Illustration: Frea Buckler

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Monday 14 - Friday 18 Sept '20

Recharge, revive and recalibrate this year with
Restore20. A party for your body and soul, Restore20
will leave you feeling enriched and invigorated.
Provoke creativity, grow self-knowledge and affirm
your physicality with a five-day celebration of
renewal that puts the focus on fun.

In unprecedented times, Restore20 is a festival that
will rouse your spirit and reset your rhythm, an
opportunity to do amazing things.

Recharge, revive and recalibrate this year with Restore20. A party for your body and soul, Restore20 will leave you feeling enriched and invigorated. Provoke creativity, grow self-knowledge and affirm your physicality with a five-day celebration of renewal that puts the focus on fun.

In unprecedented times, Restore20 is a festival that will rouse your spirit and reset your rhythm, an opportunity to do amazing things.

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Illustration: Frea Buckler

In partnership with:

3Tribes
brompton
Storiesbehingthings
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Just-Breathe
SleepRetreat

Line up:

MONDAY 14th MON 14th
TUESDAY 15th TUES 15th
WEDNESDAY 16th WED 16th
THURSDAY 17th THURS 17th
FRIDAY 18th FRI 18th
Restore: Collaborative mural with Jealous Gallery and Print Studio

Monday, 14 September 12:00 pm

Fora - Great Eastern Street

Restore: Collaborative mural with Jealous Gallery and Print Studio

Come and help Jealous Gallery and Print Studio piece together a new large-scale mural. Visitors will be able to create their own individual squares using the materials provided, building a fun image to celebrate our return to normality and being together again. Jealous will be popping up 12pm - 5pm so please swing by at whatever time works for you!ABOUT JEALOUS:Jealous is a contemporary gallery, print publisher and printing studio, based in East London’s creative hub of Shoreditch, with Jealous North situated in Crouch End. They are known for their collaborative approach to producing high-quality limited edition prints with many artists, galleries, designers and museums.*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note there may be filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Mobility & Stretch Class

Monday, 14 September 12:00 pm

Online Event

Restore: Mobility & Stretch Class

Restore: Mobility & Stretch Class Join Myles, Head Personal Trainer at Fora, for a quick lunch-time mobility class via Zoom that leaves your body feeling prepped and primed for the week ahead, and ready for whatever exercise you might be planning! With more of us taking our exercise outdoors - partaking in running or cycling - mobility is more vital than ever to support these activities and reduce the likelihood of injuries or niggles.What is the class?Mobility is actively moving your joints through a ROM (range of motion). This class is specifically focused on all-things joint health and helping to loosen up the body. Myles will take you through a routine that will help to build resilience and space in your joints and prevent any injuries that your body may incur through daily exercise or activities. Whether you take part in regular exercise or not, mobility is a key factor in helping to create the foundation for your body's health, leading to joint longevity.What do you need?You’ll need to clear some free space around you to perform the workout. We also advise you have a mat/towel on hand which will be used for floor exercises, plus a bottle of water so you can stay hydrated.About MylesMyles is a qualified Level 2 & 3 personal trainer and lifestyle coach. Myles bio-mechanically assesses every individual to gauge what structural imbalances are present as well as taking time to understand individual client needs. He then designs a bespoke program that will enable his clients to become fitter, stronger and healthier. Myles focuses on the functional side of training and the main 6 functional patterns: squatting, hinging, pushing, pulling, unilateral and core stability, believing that a program designed around these enables your body to thrive through what it undergoes in day-to-day life.Myles' ethos is centered around the belief that fitness is a lifestyle, not a short-term fix. He is passionate about helping individuals better themselves and achieve their goals in a fun and enjoyable environment. * In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Can we overcome imposter syndrome?

Monday, 14 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: Can we overcome imposter syndrome?

Reign in your self-sabotaging inner critic with the help of successful people who've managed to shake off their own imposter syndrome As a resident of Fora you get complimentary membership of Tortoise, normally worth £100. To download membership and get access to the Tortoise app, click here and use the code: foratortoise.A ThinkIn for Fora Restore Week. Ever had an anxiety dream just before a big event? Ever felt like you were 'winging it' at work, just waiting to be found out for the charlatan you are? If so, you’re in good company. Many people suffer, or have suffered, from what is commonly called 'imposter syndrome'. For some, the feelings are fleeting - triggered by a bad meeting or disappointing result. For others, living day to day with persistent feelings that life you haven't earned the success you have - in your job or relationships - can be crippling. It can affect anybody, even the most successful and impressive of us. Join Tortoise editors and a lineup of extraordinary business leaders to listen to their personal stories of overcoming imposter syndrome, and to learn how we can all feel more confident and at ease with ourselves. Chair: Liz Moseley, Editor and Partner, Tortoise Our special guests include: Rita Clifton is a business leader and bestselling author. She started her career in advertising, becoming vice chairman and strategy director at Saatchi & Saatchi. She spent 15 years as London CEO and then Chairman at global brand consultancy Interbrand. She has advised leading companies, start-ups and businesses all over the world, and, in 2013, she co-founded the business and brand consultancy BrandCap which now has offices in London, New York and Hong Kong. In addition to being a non-executive director on the board of businesses including ASOS, Nationwide and previously BUPA, her non-profit work has included being a board trustee of the WWF (Worldwide for Nature) and a member of the UK government’s Sustainable Development Commission. Rita Clifton is a regular commentator across the media, including CNN and the BBC. She received a CBE for services to the advertising industry in 2014. Tokunbo Ajasa-Oluwa joined Career Ready as CEO in January 2020, following his role as CEO of the Foyer Federation. He has a track record of executing innovative concepts, particularly within the media and youth development sectors. He was a Cabinet Office appointed Social Enterprise Ambassador from 2007-2010 and invited to 10 Downing Street three years in a row to advise on diversity, youth development and social entrepreneurship. Stevie Spring is Chairman of the British Council, the UK's international cultural relations organisation and a £1bn turnover teaching and exams business. She also Chairs Mind, the mental health charity, having previously chaired Children a decade. Described by The Guardian as 'a media industry grandee', she was CEO of two international media companies and is now a portfolio director, investor and adviser to private equity. She Chairs Kino-mo - a technology company specialising in 3D holography; is a director and Chairman of Remuneration for the £10bn turnover Coop Group; and she recently completed the sales of both Ladbroke Coral Group Plc to GVC and the ITG Group to Equistone. Stevie was named by GQ magazine as one of the UK’s 100 most connected women; and is on the Telegraph/Debretts list of Britain’s 500 most influential people .How does a digital ThinkIn work?A digital ThinkIn is like a video conference, hosted by a Tortoise editor, that takes place at the advertised time of the event. Digital ThinkIns are new to Tortoise. Now that our newsroom has closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, we feel it’s more important than ever that we ‘get together’ to talk about the world and what’s going on.The link to join the conversation will be emailed to you after you have registered for your ticket to attend. When you click the link, you enter the digital ThinkIn and can join a live conversation from wherever you are in the world.What is a Tortoise ThinkIn?A ThinkIn is not another panel discussion. It is a forum for civilised disagreement. It is a place where everyone has a seat at the (virtual) table. It’s where we get to hear what you think, drawn from your experience, energy and expertise. It is the heart of what we do at Tortoise.

Restore: Sleep Retreat with Rob da Bank

Monday, 14 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: Sleep Retreat with Rob da Bank

Welcome to Sleep Retreat - the antidote to 21st Century insomnia, anxiety and general mayhem of daily life. WHAT IS SLEEP RETREAT?Sleep Retreat is a cocoon of calm popping up at magical escapes, festivals, hideaways and happy places around the world. This class does what it says on the tin - aims to help teach and encourage ways to relax, unwind, switch off and ultimately sleep. ABOUT ROB DA BANK:Award-winning BBC Radio DJ, Rob Da Bank, brings us a new offering to the wellbeing scene following his hugely successful career at Radio 1, where he was a true champion for left-field music. Aside from his radio ventures, he is best known as the creator of Bestival and Camp Bestival, and the Sunday Best label which has released music by David Lynch, Dan le Sac & Scroobius Pip, Valerie June, Dub Pistols and Beardyman.*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography may be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: The making of me with Louise Rumball

Monday, 14 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: The making of me with Louise Rumball

An open therapy session exploring how childhood defines who we are today. Our childhood experiences make us who we are but if the coping mechanisms we develop in childhood and adolescence are left unchecked, they can begin to hold us back in our adult lives.Join Louise Rumball and Dr Helene Laurent-Oliver for a live therapy session where we'll better understand the impact our childhood can have on us - whilst Louise shares her own triumphs and regrets along the way.ABOUT LOUISE:Louise is on a mission to change the face of therapy, removing the stigma attached and making it accessible to everyone, regardless of financial position. In her open therapy sessions, Louise and her therapist look at subjects which have effected most people in some way.ABOUT DR HELENE LAURENT - OLIVER:Helene is an accredited Clinical Psychologist who trained at Oxford University and Royal Holloway University of London. Her research examined psychological well-being and, more specifically, how to set goals that enhance personal meaning. Helene has worked in the NHS and private practice treating a number people suffering from mental health difficulties such as stress and anxiety, panic and obsessive-compulsive disorders. She specialises in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Inter-Personal Psychotherapy for depression and systemic work. Helene’s mission is to share the best psychological resources with the greatest number of people so that everyone has an equal opportunity to thrive. HCPC Registration number: PYL33621 *In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS MADE FROM TICKET SALES WILL GO DIRECTLY TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Collaborative mural with Jealous Gallery and Print Studio

Monday, 14 September 12:00 pm

Fora - Great Eastern Street

Restore: Collaborative mural with Jealous Gallery and Print Studio

Come and help Jealous Gallery and Print Studio piece together a new large-scale mural. Visitors will be able to create their own individual squares using the materials provided, building a fun image to celebrate our return to normality and being together again. Jealous will be popping up 12pm - 5pm so please swing by at whatever time works for you!ABOUT JEALOUS:Jealous is a contemporary gallery, print publisher and printing studio, based in East London’s creative hub of Shoreditch, with Jealous North situated in Crouch End. They are known for their collaborative approach to producing high-quality limited edition prints with many artists, galleries, designers and museums.*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note there may be filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Mobility & Stretch Class

Monday, 14 September 12:00 pm

Online Event

Restore: Mobility & Stretch Class

Restore: Mobility & Stretch Class Join Myles, Head Personal Trainer at Fora, for a quick lunch-time mobility class via Zoom that leaves your body feeling prepped and primed for the week ahead, and ready for whatever exercise you might be planning! With more of us taking our exercise outdoors - partaking in running or cycling - mobility is more vital than ever to support these activities and reduce the likelihood of injuries or niggles.What is the class?Mobility is actively moving your joints through a ROM (range of motion). This class is specifically focused on all-things joint health and helping to loosen up the body. Myles will take you through a routine that will help to build resilience and space in your joints and prevent any injuries that your body may incur through daily exercise or activities. Whether you take part in regular exercise or not, mobility is a key factor in helping to create the foundation for your body's health, leading to joint longevity.What do you need?You’ll need to clear some free space around you to perform the workout. We also advise you have a mat/towel on hand which will be used for floor exercises, plus a bottle of water so you can stay hydrated.About MylesMyles is a qualified Level 2 & 3 personal trainer and lifestyle coach. Myles bio-mechanically assesses every individual to gauge what structural imbalances are present as well as taking time to understand individual client needs. He then designs a bespoke program that will enable his clients to become fitter, stronger and healthier. Myles focuses on the functional side of training and the main 6 functional patterns: squatting, hinging, pushing, pulling, unilateral and core stability, believing that a program designed around these enables your body to thrive through what it undergoes in day-to-day life.Myles' ethos is centered around the belief that fitness is a lifestyle, not a short-term fix. He is passionate about helping individuals better themselves and achieve their goals in a fun and enjoyable environment. * In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Can we overcome imposter syndrome?

Monday, 14 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: Can we overcome imposter syndrome?

Reign in your self-sabotaging inner critic with the help of successful people who've managed to shake off their own imposter syndrome As a resident of Fora you get complimentary membership of Tortoise, normally worth £100. To download membership and get access to the Tortoise app, click here and use the code: foratortoise.A ThinkIn for Fora Restore Week. Ever had an anxiety dream just before a big event? Ever felt like you were 'winging it' at work, just waiting to be found out for the charlatan you are? If so, you’re in good company. Many people suffer, or have suffered, from what is commonly called 'imposter syndrome'. For some, the feelings are fleeting - triggered by a bad meeting or disappointing result. For others, living day to day with persistent feelings that life you haven't earned the success you have - in your job or relationships - can be crippling. It can affect anybody, even the most successful and impressive of us. Join Tortoise editors and a lineup of extraordinary business leaders to listen to their personal stories of overcoming imposter syndrome, and to learn how we can all feel more confident and at ease with ourselves. Chair: Liz Moseley, Editor and Partner, Tortoise Our special guests include: Rita Clifton is a business leader and bestselling author. She started her career in advertising, becoming vice chairman and strategy director at Saatchi & Saatchi. She spent 15 years as London CEO and then Chairman at global brand consultancy Interbrand. She has advised leading companies, start-ups and businesses all over the world, and, in 2013, she co-founded the business and brand consultancy BrandCap which now has offices in London, New York and Hong Kong. In addition to being a non-executive director on the board of businesses including ASOS, Nationwide and previously BUPA, her non-profit work has included being a board trustee of the WWF (Worldwide for Nature) and a member of the UK government’s Sustainable Development Commission. Rita Clifton is a regular commentator across the media, including CNN and the BBC. She received a CBE for services to the advertising industry in 2014. Tokunbo Ajasa-Oluwa joined Career Ready as CEO in January 2020, following his role as CEO of the Foyer Federation. He has a track record of executing innovative concepts, particularly within the media and youth development sectors. He was a Cabinet Office appointed Social Enterprise Ambassador from 2007-2010 and invited to 10 Downing Street three years in a row to advise on diversity, youth development and social entrepreneurship. Stevie Spring is Chairman of the British Council, the UK's international cultural relations organisation and a £1bn turnover teaching and exams business. She also Chairs Mind, the mental health charity, having previously chaired Children a decade. Described by The Guardian as 'a media industry grandee', she was CEO of two international media companies and is now a portfolio director, investor and adviser to private equity. She Chairs Kino-mo - a technology company specialising in 3D holography; is a director and Chairman of Remuneration for the £10bn turnover Coop Group; and she recently completed the sales of both Ladbroke Coral Group Plc to GVC and the ITG Group to Equistone. Stevie was named by GQ magazine as one of the UK’s 100 most connected women; and is on the Telegraph/Debretts list of Britain’s 500 most influential people .How does a digital ThinkIn work?A digital ThinkIn is like a video conference, hosted by a Tortoise editor, that takes place at the advertised time of the event. Digital ThinkIns are new to Tortoise. Now that our newsroom has closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, we feel it’s more important than ever that we ‘get together’ to talk about the world and what’s going on.The link to join the conversation will be emailed to you after you have registered for your ticket to attend. When you click the link, you enter the digital ThinkIn and can join a live conversation from wherever you are in the world.What is a Tortoise ThinkIn?A ThinkIn is not another panel discussion. It is a forum for civilised disagreement. It is a place where everyone has a seat at the (virtual) table. It’s where we get to hear what you think, drawn from your experience, energy and expertise. It is the heart of what we do at Tortoise.

Restore: Sleep Retreat with Rob da Bank

Monday, 14 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: Sleep Retreat with Rob da Bank

Welcome to Sleep Retreat - the antidote to 21st Century insomnia, anxiety and general mayhem of daily life. WHAT IS SLEEP RETREAT?Sleep Retreat is a cocoon of calm popping up at magical escapes, festivals, hideaways and happy places around the world. This class does what it says on the tin - aims to help teach and encourage ways to relax, unwind, switch off and ultimately sleep. ABOUT ROB DA BANK:Award-winning BBC Radio DJ, Rob Da Bank, brings us a new offering to the wellbeing scene following his hugely successful career at Radio 1, where he was a true champion for left-field music. Aside from his radio ventures, he is best known as the creator of Bestival and Camp Bestival, and the Sunday Best label which has released music by David Lynch, Dan le Sac & Scroobius Pip, Valerie June, Dub Pistols and Beardyman.*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography may be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: The making of me with Louise Rumball

Monday, 14 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: The making of me with Louise Rumball

An open therapy session exploring how childhood defines who we are today. Our childhood experiences make us who we are but if the coping mechanisms we develop in childhood and adolescence are left unchecked, they can begin to hold us back in our adult lives.Join Louise Rumball and Dr Helene Laurent-Oliver for a live therapy session where we'll better understand the impact our childhood can have on us - whilst Louise shares her own triumphs and regrets along the way.ABOUT LOUISE:Louise is on a mission to change the face of therapy, removing the stigma attached and making it accessible to everyone, regardless of financial position. In her open therapy sessions, Louise and her therapist look at subjects which have effected most people in some way.ABOUT DR HELENE LAURENT - OLIVER:Helene is an accredited Clinical Psychologist who trained at Oxford University and Royal Holloway University of London. Her research examined psychological well-being and, more specifically, how to set goals that enhance personal meaning. Helene has worked in the NHS and private practice treating a number people suffering from mental health difficulties such as stress and anxiety, panic and obsessive-compulsive disorders. She specialises in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Inter-Personal Psychotherapy for depression and systemic work. Helene’s mission is to share the best psychological resources with the greatest number of people so that everyone has an equal opportunity to thrive. HCPC Registration number: PYL33621 *In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS MADE FROM TICKET SALES WILL GO DIRECTLY TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: The Colour Path to Wellbeing

Tuesday, 15 September 01:00 pm

Online Event

Restore: The Colour Path to Wellbeing

Find your colour: A radical new approach to wholehearted living in full glorious colour, with shades and tones in-between. What if we all had a colour, not just any colour but a personal colour? And knowing your colour is the difference between forcing yourself to be someone you're not or developing the richness that you already are. Knowing your colour and importantly how to use it can add benefit to your overall sense of happiness and wellbeing. When you know your colour, you understand how and why you act and relate to the world as you do. No longer is it about 'fitting in', it’s more about being you! During this session, Mark will guide you to find your colour through storytelling. You’ll also discover the colours of those around you and how they fit with you on the colour spectrum. When we follow The Colour Path to Wellbeing it is a win/win for everyone. For who doesn’t want to be truly seen and truly recognised for who they are?ABOUT MARK:Colour Specialist Mark Wentworth has been studying and working with the transformational power of colour for more than 30 years. He integrates the archetypal and visionary worlds of Carl Jung with the secret language of colour to guide and support people in becoming more fully themselves.He is the author of Add a Little Colour to Your Life, as well as working internationally teaching about the power of colour. Photo credit: Valsparpaintsuk2019.*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Boom! Sessions, with Josh Krichefski

Tuesday, 15 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: Boom! Sessions, with Josh Krichefski

Unblock, unlock, unleash with Scott 'the boom' Morrison Doors for 'Live tickets' open at 6pm.This event will be hosted at Fora -Borough, 180 Borough High St, London SE1 1LBFor the future makers by the future makers. Boom! Sessions is all about conversations with people who are fundamentally creating the future of their sectors and industries using the powerful Boom! Operating System of Unblock, Unlock, Unleash. We’ll hear their challenges, their pain, their struggles and successes and truly understand what it means to create real future impact and lasting change. Scott will be joined by MediaCom CEO Josh Krichefski special as part of the Restore20 week. MediaCom is one of the world’s leading media communications specialists, with billings of US$13.5 billion, employing 8,000 people in 125 offices across 100 countries. Its global client roster includes adidas, Coca-Cola (TCCC), Dell, Hasbro, Mars, NBC Universal, P&G, PSA, Richemont, Shell and Sony. Josh is making waves at MediaCom with his proactive approach to championing positive mental health at work. He is trustee of The Transformation Trust, is on the board of the MS Society and is known for the work he does to take the stigma out of mental health society. ABOUT JOSH KRICHEFSKI:As Global COO Josh is leading transformation of the agency’s product, strategy and structure to be digital first and consultancy driven. He oversees several Global clients as well as the agency’s New Business and Marketing effort. Josh is also CEO for EMEA, overseeing 4,400 people across 37 offices, and driving the vision and culture for the region. Previously Josh was CEO for MediaCom UK, the country’s No.1 media agency billing over £1.8bn across 6 offices. He has not only worked in media agencies but on the creative agency side too, working at St. Luke’s in the early 2000s and he also ran his own digital agency, Kword. He has experience in independents and in holding groups and has held senior management positions at Global, Regional and Local levels. MORE ABOUT SCOTT 'The Boom' MORRISON:Scott has a unique set of experiences working in, on or on the Board of some of the world’s most recognised brands including Saatchi and Saatchi, Wieden and Kennedy, Nike, Levi’s, Xbox, Activision and Diesel. He is the founder of The Boom! and works with Global brands and C-Suite leaders to Unblock, Unlock and Unleash commercial, creative or cultural impact that transforms business and individuals.He inspires those around the world with the Boom! philosophy as a global Keynote speaker alongside Malcolm Gladwell, Keith Weed, Heather Mills and James Kerr amongst others.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.

Restore: Authenticity in Wellness with Champs

Tuesday, 15 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: Authenticity in Wellness with Champs

Where does authenticity fit into the $4.5 Trillion wellness industry? Authenticity has become a hot topic in the wellness community, with greater demand for the amplification of visible and diverse individuals. Ruth Cooper-Dickson, a Positive Psychology Practitioner, sits down in conversation with wellness expert Ban Hass and Toral Shah, to discuss their views on how being authentic fits into an industry worth $4.5 Trillion, and what more needs to be done to make it a welcoming community for all.ABOUT CHAMPS:Champs are a global mental wealth people consultancy who work with forward-thinking organisations who want to thrive and flourish. They aim to bring difficult topics to life in an engaging and fun way, believing that whilst change can be difficult, it should never be boring! Champs practice is founded on the principles of Positive Organisational Psychology & Behaviour. They focus on preventative, positively-framed activities to encourage leaders and their people to invest in mental wealth – they believe it is an asset that can be drawn on to enable you to thrive consistently even in the most challenging times.Ruth Cooper-Dickson - Founder / Managing DirectorA positive psychology expert, Ruth founded global mental wealth consultancy, Champs, in 2015 and has since worked with a multitude of internationally-renowned brands. Recognising the gap between corporate wellbeing support services and positive organisational culture, Champs was created to ingrain Positive Mental Wealth within businesses to help them thrive.A highly accomplished public speaker, Ruth has delivered engaging keynote presentations around the world – from ING Bank’s ‘Global Diversity and Inclusion’ week, to Expedia’s ‘Global Wellness’ month conference in California, and more recently, the Women’s Economic Forum in Slovenia.Putting compassion, empathy and authenticity at the heart of everything she does, Ruth often shares her own lived experience of panic disorder and Generalised Anxiety Disorder, and is a patron of UK charity, No Panic.ABOUT BAN HASS:Ban Hass is a Personal trainer, Fitness instructor, Feminist and Writer. Combining passion with sense of humour, Ban has a no BS approach to fitness, health and life. She places focus on health and well-being over aesthetic results and physical transformations and strongly encourages clients to find reasons to move their body other than aesthetics. Ban is firmly against ‘fads’ and a culture which preys on insecurities. Her approach is to help clients find joy in movement and to develop long term solutions, through positive encouragement and full support. Ban proves that you can be strong but soft. You can work people hard without being a d*ckhead. ABOUT TORAL SHAH:Toral Shah is a Nutritional Scientist (MSc Nutr Med), Functional Medicine Practitioner, Food and Health writer and Consultant, as well as the Founder of The Urban Kitchen and co-founder of What the Health? events. She originally went to medical school with a view to becoming an oncologist but when her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, she realised that this was not the career for her. Toral then went on to do an MSc in Nutritional Medicine at University of Surrey and became a functional medicine practitioner working with nutrigenomics. She is currently putting together a PhD proposal looking at the impact of stress, diet and lifestyle on oestrogen dependent breast cancer. Toral specialises in optimising health and disease prevention through improving food, diet and lifestyle. She uses evidence based science knowledge along with lifestyle medicine and cooking skills to help support others to lead a healthier life by eating delicious and nutritious food. She fiercely opposes diet culture which has its roots in racism via slavery and colonialism, and maintains that health is nothing to do with aesthetics. Her practice, and the mantra of What the Health? events is led by the WHO definition of health ‘Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.’ Toral is also passionate about combatting the lack of diversity in healthcare and ensuring both doctors and patients from BAME groups are equally represented within the NHS and healthcare systems. Currently, BAME people have poorer health outcomes, even when you take into account socioeconomic factors, and are often diagnosed with cancer later and at later stages. Toral is working with several charities and organisations to ensure that they are creating more inclusive health promotion campaigns with more diversity and inclusivity so that all communities know that cancer can affect them. *In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: The Colour Path to Wellbeing

Tuesday, 15 September 01:00 pm

Online Event

Restore: The Colour Path to Wellbeing

Find your colour: A radical new approach to wholehearted living in full glorious colour, with shades and tones in-between. What if we all had a colour, not just any colour but a personal colour? And knowing your colour is the difference between forcing yourself to be someone you're not or developing the richness that you already are. Knowing your colour and importantly how to use it can add benefit to your overall sense of happiness and wellbeing. When you know your colour, you understand how and why you act and relate to the world as you do. No longer is it about 'fitting in', it’s more about being you! During this session, Mark will guide you to find your colour through storytelling. You’ll also discover the colours of those around you and how they fit with you on the colour spectrum. When we follow The Colour Path to Wellbeing it is a win/win for everyone. For who doesn’t want to be truly seen and truly recognised for who they are?ABOUT MARK:Colour Specialist Mark Wentworth has been studying and working with the transformational power of colour for more than 30 years. He integrates the archetypal and visionary worlds of Carl Jung with the secret language of colour to guide and support people in becoming more fully themselves.He is the author of Add a Little Colour to Your Life, as well as working internationally teaching about the power of colour. Photo credit: Valsparpaintsuk2019.*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Boom! Sessions, with Josh Krichefski

Tuesday, 15 September 06:30 pm

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Restore: Boom! Sessions, with Josh Krichefski

Unblock, unlock, unleash with Scott 'the boom' Morrison Doors for 'Live tickets' open at 6pm.This event will be hosted at Fora -Borough, 180 Borough High St, London SE1 1LBFor the future makers by the future makers. Boom! Sessions is all about conversations with people who are fundamentally creating the future of their sectors and industries using the powerful Boom! Operating System of Unblock, Unlock, Unleash. We’ll hear their challenges, their pain, their struggles and successes and truly understand what it means to create real future impact and lasting change. Scott will be joined by MediaCom CEO Josh Krichefski special as part of the Restore20 week. MediaCom is one of the world’s leading media communications specialists, with billings of US$13.5 billion, employing 8,000 people in 125 offices across 100 countries. Its global client roster includes adidas, Coca-Cola (TCCC), Dell, Hasbro, Mars, NBC Universal, P&G, PSA, Richemont, Shell and Sony. Josh is making waves at MediaCom with his proactive approach to championing positive mental health at work. He is trustee of The Transformation Trust, is on the board of the MS Society and is known for the work he does to take the stigma out of mental health society. ABOUT JOSH KRICHEFSKI:As Global COO Josh is leading transformation of the agency’s product, strategy and structure to be digital first and consultancy driven. He oversees several Global clients as well as the agency’s New Business and Marketing effort. Josh is also CEO for EMEA, overseeing 4,400 people across 37 offices, and driving the vision and culture for the region. Previously Josh was CEO for MediaCom UK, the country’s No.1 media agency billing over £1.8bn across 6 offices. He has not only worked in media agencies but on the creative agency side too, working at St. Luke’s in the early 2000s and he also ran his own digital agency, Kword. He has experience in independents and in holding groups and has held senior management positions at Global, Regional and Local levels. MORE ABOUT SCOTT 'The Boom' MORRISON:Scott has a unique set of experiences working in, on or on the Board of some of the world’s most recognised brands including Saatchi and Saatchi, Wieden and Kennedy, Nike, Levi’s, Xbox, Activision and Diesel. He is the founder of The Boom! and works with Global brands and C-Suite leaders to Unblock, Unlock and Unleash commercial, creative or cultural impact that transforms business and individuals.He inspires those around the world with the Boom! philosophy as a global Keynote speaker alongside Malcolm Gladwell, Keith Weed, Heather Mills and James Kerr amongst others.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.

Restore: Authenticity in Wellness with Champs

Tuesday, 15 September 06:30 pm

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Restore: Authenticity in Wellness with Champs

Where does authenticity fit into the $4.5 Trillion wellness industry? Authenticity has become a hot topic in the wellness community, with greater demand for the amplification of visible and diverse individuals. Ruth Cooper-Dickson, a Positive Psychology Practitioner, sits down in conversation with wellness expert Ban Hass and Toral Shah, to discuss their views on how being authentic fits into an industry worth $4.5 Trillion, and what more needs to be done to make it a welcoming community for all.ABOUT CHAMPS:Champs are a global mental wealth people consultancy who work with forward-thinking organisations who want to thrive and flourish. They aim to bring difficult topics to life in an engaging and fun way, believing that whilst change can be difficult, it should never be boring! Champs practice is founded on the principles of Positive Organisational Psychology & Behaviour. They focus on preventative, positively-framed activities to encourage leaders and their people to invest in mental wealth – they believe it is an asset that can be drawn on to enable you to thrive consistently even in the most challenging times.Ruth Cooper-Dickson - Founder / Managing DirectorA positive psychology expert, Ruth founded global mental wealth consultancy, Champs, in 2015 and has since worked with a multitude of internationally-renowned brands. Recognising the gap between corporate wellbeing support services and positive organisational culture, Champs was created to ingrain Positive Mental Wealth within businesses to help them thrive.A highly accomplished public speaker, Ruth has delivered engaging keynote presentations around the world – from ING Bank’s ‘Global Diversity and Inclusion’ week, to Expedia’s ‘Global Wellness’ month conference in California, and more recently, the Women’s Economic Forum in Slovenia.Putting compassion, empathy and authenticity at the heart of everything she does, Ruth often shares her own lived experience of panic disorder and Generalised Anxiety Disorder, and is a patron of UK charity, No Panic.ABOUT BAN HASS:Ban Hass is a Personal trainer, Fitness instructor, Feminist and Writer. Combining passion with sense of humour, Ban has a no BS approach to fitness, health and life. She places focus on health and well-being over aesthetic results and physical transformations and strongly encourages clients to find reasons to move their body other than aesthetics. Ban is firmly against ‘fads’ and a culture which preys on insecurities. Her approach is to help clients find joy in movement and to develop long term solutions, through positive encouragement and full support. Ban proves that you can be strong but soft. You can work people hard without being a d*ckhead. ABOUT TORAL SHAH:Toral Shah is a Nutritional Scientist (MSc Nutr Med), Functional Medicine Practitioner, Food and Health writer and Consultant, as well as the Founder of The Urban Kitchen and co-founder of What the Health? events. She originally went to medical school with a view to becoming an oncologist but when her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, she realised that this was not the career for her. Toral then went on to do an MSc in Nutritional Medicine at University of Surrey and became a functional medicine practitioner working with nutrigenomics. She is currently putting together a PhD proposal looking at the impact of stress, diet and lifestyle on oestrogen dependent breast cancer. Toral specialises in optimising health and disease prevention through improving food, diet and lifestyle. She uses evidence based science knowledge along with lifestyle medicine and cooking skills to help support others to lead a healthier life by eating delicious and nutritious food. She fiercely opposes diet culture which has its roots in racism via slavery and colonialism, and maintains that health is nothing to do with aesthetics. Her practice, and the mantra of What the Health? events is led by the WHO definition of health ‘Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.’ Toral is also passionate about combatting the lack of diversity in healthcare and ensuring both doctors and patients from BAME groups are equally represented within the NHS and healthcare systems. Currently, BAME people have poorer health outcomes, even when you take into account socioeconomic factors, and are often diagnosed with cancer later and at later stages. Toral is working with several charities and organisations to ensure that they are creating more inclusive health promotion campaigns with more diversity and inclusivity so that all communities know that cancer can affect them. *In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Full Body Workout Class

Wednesday, 16 September 12:00 pm

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Restore: Full Body Workout Class

A total body workout with Fora's Head PT, Myles A fun and invigorating lunch-time class via Zoom that will leave you feeling motivated and energised. What is the class?This total body workout will focus on cardiovascular and bodyweight strength-based exercises, designed to help you maintain your fitness and strength, as well as provide a reprieve from work during a busy day!What do you need?You’ll need to clear some free space around you to perform the workout. We also advise you have a mat/towel on hand which will be used for floor exercises and a bottle of water so you can stay hydrated.About MylesMyles is a qualified Level 2 & 3 personal trainer and lifestyle coach. Myles bio-mechanically assesses every individual to gauge what structural imbalances are present as well as taking time to understand individual client needs. He then designs a bespoke program that will enable his clients to become fitter, stronger and healthier. Myles focuses on the functional side of training and the main 6 functional patterns: squatting, hinging, pushing, pulling, unilateral and core stability, believing that a program designed around these enables your body to thrive through what it undergoes in day-to-day life.Myles' ethos is centered around the belief that fitness is a lifestyle, not a short-term fix. He is passionate about helping individuals better themselves and achieve their goals in a fun and enjoyable environment.* In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time

Restore: Cocktail Masterclass with Getahead

Wednesday, 16 September 06:00 pm

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Restore: Cocktail Masterclass with Getahead

Have you always wanted to learn to make your favourite drinks at home? This digital event will follow a live cocktail making class.Learn to make the real cocktails you love to a professional standard without lots of equipment, and at a fraction of the perceived cost.Drinks expert Dan Whiteside is going to teach you how to make beautiful, tasty cocktails from the comfort of your own home, with some top pro tips to help you along your way. ABOUT DAN:Dan has worked in the drinks industry his whole career, with over 10 years of experience developing drinks and menus for some of London and Europe’s top bars and restaurants. Dan joined Bill’s in 2018 and took up the role of Bar Development Manager where he developed the beverage offering at all restaurants across the group. He also launched the first ever ‘Mindful Drinking’ menu for Bills, featuring drinks including CBD, Kombucha and other health drinks- a first for any restaurant group. Prior to Bills, Dan was Bar Operations Manager at Coppa Club and Head of Bars for Francesco Mazzei at L’Anima and L’Anima Cafe. He's also worked for HIX at Mark’s Bar, plus Firmdale Hotels and Milk & Honey.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Sustainability and mental health with Stories Behind Things

Wednesday, 16 September 06:30 pm

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Restore: Sustainability and mental health with Stories Behind Things

An exploration into the interconnectedness between living in line with your values and your mental health. In a world driven by hyper consumerism, can it benefit our happiness and state of mind to engage with a more considered and conscious approach to living?Join Jemma from Stories Behind Things as she examines this link alongside Andrew Russell (European Climate) Victoria Prew (Hurr Collective) Bronwyn Seier (Fashion Revolution).ABOUT STORIES BEHIND THINGS:Stories Behind Things is a purpose-driven platform that empowers and celebrates mindful ways of consuming, positive activism and ways to live in line with your values. They do this through their online storytelling content and offline events for their fast-growing community including hosting clothes switches and ethical marketplaces. ABOUT ANTHONY RUSSELL:Anthony works at the European Climate Foundation, a network of over 280 partner organisations working to tackle climate change. He studied Geography and organised sustainability-themed events for university students, such as film screenings and bicycle repair workshops. He then went to work at the RSPB, visiting primary schools across London and teaching children about nature. This was a chance to foster the inherent interest in nature children hold, for teachers to take a breath of fresh air, and for children to understand how time outdoors helped them to think and feel.ABOUT VICTORIA PREW:Victoria Prew is the co-founder and CEO of HURR Collective, the UK’s first peer-to-peer wardrobe rental platform. Offering luxury fashion to women who prefer to rent rather than buying, HURR was deemed the ‘Airbnb of Fashion’ by Forbes in 2019.Headquartered in London, HURR Collective aims to address an underserved market of women who want access to the latest trends, without the commitment of purchase.Prew is the first to tap into the growing market, spearheading rental fashion and shifts in millennial behaviour. The entrepreneur identified an opportunity born from two complementary movements: the rise of sustainable fashion and the rental revolution.ABOUT BRONWYN SEIER:Bronwyn Seier is Fashion Revolution's content manager. She works to drive campaigns for a fair and safe fashion industry and educate a global community of activists and fashion industry professionals. Originally from Winnipeg, Canada, Bronwyn came to London in 2017 to complete her MA at LCF on the Fashion Futures program, which looks at fashion through the lens of human and planetary futures. She also works as a freelance sustainability and communications consultant. *In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Full Body Workout Class

Wednesday, 16 September 12:00 pm

Online Event

Restore: Full Body Workout Class

A total body workout with Fora's Head PT, Myles A fun and invigorating lunch-time class via Zoom that will leave you feeling motivated and energised. What is the class?This total body workout will focus on cardiovascular and bodyweight strength-based exercises, designed to help you maintain your fitness and strength, as well as provide a reprieve from work during a busy day!What do you need?You’ll need to clear some free space around you to perform the workout. We also advise you have a mat/towel on hand which will be used for floor exercises and a bottle of water so you can stay hydrated.About MylesMyles is a qualified Level 2 & 3 personal trainer and lifestyle coach. Myles bio-mechanically assesses every individual to gauge what structural imbalances are present as well as taking time to understand individual client needs. He then designs a bespoke program that will enable his clients to become fitter, stronger and healthier. Myles focuses on the functional side of training and the main 6 functional patterns: squatting, hinging, pushing, pulling, unilateral and core stability, believing that a program designed around these enables your body to thrive through what it undergoes in day-to-day life.Myles' ethos is centered around the belief that fitness is a lifestyle, not a short-term fix. He is passionate about helping individuals better themselves and achieve their goals in a fun and enjoyable environment.* In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time

Restore: Cocktail Masterclass with Getahead

Wednesday, 16 September 06:00 pm

Online Event

Restore: Cocktail Masterclass with Getahead

Have you always wanted to learn to make your favourite drinks at home? This digital event will follow a live cocktail making class.Learn to make the real cocktails you love to a professional standard without lots of equipment, and at a fraction of the perceived cost.Drinks expert Dan Whiteside is going to teach you how to make beautiful, tasty cocktails from the comfort of your own home, with some top pro tips to help you along your way. ABOUT DAN:Dan has worked in the drinks industry his whole career, with over 10 years of experience developing drinks and menus for some of London and Europe’s top bars and restaurants. Dan joined Bill’s in 2018 and took up the role of Bar Development Manager where he developed the beverage offering at all restaurants across the group. He also launched the first ever ‘Mindful Drinking’ menu for Bills, featuring drinks including CBD, Kombucha and other health drinks- a first for any restaurant group. Prior to Bills, Dan was Bar Operations Manager at Coppa Club and Head of Bars for Francesco Mazzei at L’Anima and L’Anima Cafe. He's also worked for HIX at Mark’s Bar, plus Firmdale Hotels and Milk & Honey.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Sustainability and mental health with Stories Behind Things

Wednesday, 16 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: Sustainability and mental health with Stories Behind Things

An exploration into the interconnectedness between living in line with your values and your mental health. In a world driven by hyper consumerism, can it benefit our happiness and state of mind to engage with a more considered and conscious approach to living?Join Jemma from Stories Behind Things as she examines this link alongside Andrew Russell (European Climate) Victoria Prew (Hurr Collective) Bronwyn Seier (Fashion Revolution).ABOUT STORIES BEHIND THINGS:Stories Behind Things is a purpose-driven platform that empowers and celebrates mindful ways of consuming, positive activism and ways to live in line with your values. They do this through their online storytelling content and offline events for their fast-growing community including hosting clothes switches and ethical marketplaces. ABOUT ANTHONY RUSSELL:Anthony works at the European Climate Foundation, a network of over 280 partner organisations working to tackle climate change. He studied Geography and organised sustainability-themed events for university students, such as film screenings and bicycle repair workshops. He then went to work at the RSPB, visiting primary schools across London and teaching children about nature. This was a chance to foster the inherent interest in nature children hold, for teachers to take a breath of fresh air, and for children to understand how time outdoors helped them to think and feel.ABOUT VICTORIA PREW:Victoria Prew is the co-founder and CEO of HURR Collective, the UK’s first peer-to-peer wardrobe rental platform. Offering luxury fashion to women who prefer to rent rather than buying, HURR was deemed the ‘Airbnb of Fashion’ by Forbes in 2019.Headquartered in London, HURR Collective aims to address an underserved market of women who want access to the latest trends, without the commitment of purchase.Prew is the first to tap into the growing market, spearheading rental fashion and shifts in millennial behaviour. The entrepreneur identified an opportunity born from two complementary movements: the rise of sustainable fashion and the rental revolution.ABOUT BRONWYN SEIER:Bronwyn Seier is Fashion Revolution's content manager. She works to drive campaigns for a fair and safe fashion industry and educate a global community of activists and fashion industry professionals. Originally from Winnipeg, Canada, Bronwyn came to London in 2017 to complete her MA at LCF on the Fashion Futures program, which looks at fashion through the lens of human and planetary futures. She also works as a freelance sustainability and communications consultant. *In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: The joy of cycling with Brompton Bikes

Thursday, 17 September 06:30 pm

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Restore: The joy of cycling with Brompton Bikes

A Brompton twist on the standard panel discussion. Join us and hear from heroes of the cycling community as we virtually re-create some of their favourite scenic routes for a truly immersive experience.ABOUT JOOLS WALKERJools Walker is an award-winning author and cycling activist. Her debut book, Back in the Frame, was ranked No.5 in Book Authority’s 100 best cycling books of all time. Jools’ blog VeloCityGirl, focuses on all aspects of cycling – ranging from cycle style to how to widen participation for women in the activity. Jools was also named as one of the most influential women in the UK cycling industry by BikeBiz.ABOUT JONATHAN JOLYJonathan Saccone Joly is one of the UK’s original content creators as well as being a children’s author and original film maker. He is the man behind the global channel, SACCONE JOLYs. A YouTube channel documenting Jonathan’s life for the last 10 years, daily vlogging the journey he has been on with his wife, Anna Saccone, their marriage, birth of their 4 children and so much more. Health and wellbeing has been a constant in Jonathan’s life and in particular cycling, he found his passion for cycling many years ago, he loves an adventure to clear his head and gives him an opportunity for creativity and new experiences.*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography may be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Fora presents – Is wellness racist?

Thursday, 17 September 06:30 pm

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Restore: Fora presents – Is wellness racist?

Why is wellness so white? And how do we address the racism problem in the wellbeing industry? We will be posing some challenging questions about the race issues that exist across the health and wellbeing industries.Join moderator Lorraine Russell (Noire FitFest) with panelists Grace Victory and Dr. Fabienne Palmer.ABOUT GRACE VICTORYGrace Victory is an award-winning creator and Happiful Magazine’s first columnist. She is predominately known for her inspiring words, fierce fashion sense and refusal to diminish her self, values or voice, to suit societal expectations.She is one of the UK’s forerunning and most successful creators, and over the last 5 years has built a global audience with her girl power attitude and encouraging spirit. She is a TedX speaker, one of the faces of Vauxhall’s ’25 Years Of Corsa’ campaign and has been awarded ‘Most Inspiring Role Model’ for InStyle Magazine’s Project 13 and ‘Creator For Change’ for the Lovie Awards 2019.Grace talks about problems that all young people and women face, as well as topics that are perceived taboo; therapy, sex, trauma, relationship dynamics, diet culture, self awareness and spirituality. Grace’s content has a focus on plus-size fashion, healing the mind, body and spirit and the importance of self development. Grace’s most recent work includes projects with MAC, Refinery 29, RTE.ABOUT DR FABIENNE PALMERDr Fabienne Palmer is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist. She holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsych), a Post Graduate Certificate in Evidence Based Psychological Therapy (PGCert), and a First Class Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology (BSc, Hons). She has also received specialist training in trauma informed treatment that underpins her role within the NHS. Fabienne has worked clinically for over 7 years, supporting the emotional wellbeing of children, young people, adults and older adults from diverse backgrounds. Her therapeutic orientation is integrative, which means she draws on a wide range of psychological theories and models to help her clients work towards and achieve their goals effectively. She values the voice of the client and works collaboratively with them to provide a supportive space, in which they can safely process difficult thoughts and feelings.ABOUT LORRAINEQualified personal trainer and nutritionist. Lorraine Russell started her weight loss journey a few years ago. Dissatisfied with her life and overall health, she changed her entire lifestyle by becoming a fitness professional. Working within a corporate environment, Lorraine’s health and mental wellbeing was suffering at being stuck in an office, doing a 9-5 that she hated. Already an active member of her gym for some years, this became as space of distressing the day to day grind of her office job. Seeing the results of her workouts, and having compliments thrown her way, soon inspired her to take up a personal training course. Lorraine has since competed in two body building competitions, taken part in fitness events for charities like Tower 42 and the London-Brighton bike ride. She is continuing her journey by sharing her expertise and experience with others to help them find a path to putting them on the right track to a healthier lifestyle. ABOUT NOIRE FITFESTCreated by Personal Trainer Lorraine Russell and Yoga instructor Donna Noble. Lorraine and Donna met several times over the years, with Lorraine participating in many of Donna’s Hot Bikram sessions. A few years later, Lorraine had qualified to become a Personal Trainer and launched her own fitness business. Lorraine was invited to host an event called “Black Women In Fitness, in which she chaired a panel discussion aimed at highlighting the experiences of black female fitness professionals. Donna was an invited member of the panel. After a great spirited discussion around the various experiences of black women in their respective fields of fitness, Donna and Lorraine felt inspired by these stories, and felt compelled to create a platform in which the visibility of black fitness professionals was a thing of the past. NoireFitFest was then birthed.Dedicated to changing the face of fitness. The aim is to inspired the wider black community to become more physically active and to take care of their overall wellness. The festival aims to be a safe space for women and men, fitness enthusiasts or complete fitness novices, to take part and immerse themselves in fitness activities, panel discussions, all taught by black fitness professionals and expert influencers, all of whom excel in their varied fields of fitness, tailored to your/our needs."We believe that as a community we are being severely underserved by the general fitness industry. Currently, stats show that 53% of the black community are only doing the weekly recommended moderate activity, compared to 64% of the rest of the UK. This needs to change, so NoireFitFest aims to create a safe space where the larger black community can come and see people who look like them teaching, participating and sharing knowledge of the benefits of embracing wellness by being active and taking care of their mental space."ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.*Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.**In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.

Restore: Learn the fundamentals with London Drawing

Thursday, 17 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: Learn the fundamentals with London Drawing

Join London Drawing for a creative life drawing session, designed to raise your drawing game whatever your ability. Put aside your doubts about drawing and discover how to translate your ideas into drawings you're proud of on the page. Learn to link your eye, hand and mind through practical demonstrations and we guarantee you'll take away at least one drawing you're happy with. Whatever your ability, you'll leave with new techniques to help you draw pretty much anything.ABOUT LONDON DRAWING:London Drawing is one of the largest independent Life Drawing organisations in London. They facilitate exciting and informative contemporary life drawing classes, creative workshops, performances and drawing events. Over the past 15 years they have worked with major arts organisations such as Tate Modern, The Barbican Gallery, RIBA and the British Museum, brands such as Chanel and Esprit as well as theatre companies and performance artists. Find out more information at: londondrawing.com @LondonDrawing*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.

Restore: The joy of cycling with Brompton Bikes

Thursday, 17 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: The joy of cycling with Brompton Bikes

A Brompton twist on the standard panel discussion. Join us and hear from heroes of the cycling community as we virtually re-create some of their favourite scenic routes for a truly immersive experience.ABOUT JOOLS WALKERJools Walker is an award-winning author and cycling activist. Her debut book, Back in the Frame, was ranked No.5 in Book Authority’s 100 best cycling books of all time. Jools’ blog VeloCityGirl, focuses on all aspects of cycling – ranging from cycle style to how to widen participation for women in the activity. Jools was also named as one of the most influential women in the UK cycling industry by BikeBiz.ABOUT JONATHAN JOLYJonathan Saccone Joly is one of the UK’s original content creators as well as being a children’s author and original film maker. He is the man behind the global channel, SACCONE JOLYs. A YouTube channel documenting Jonathan’s life for the last 10 years, daily vlogging the journey he has been on with his wife, Anna Saccone, their marriage, birth of their 4 children and so much more. Health and wellbeing has been a constant in Jonathan’s life and in particular cycling, he found his passion for cycling many years ago, he loves an adventure to clear his head and gives him an opportunity for creativity and new experiences.*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography may be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Fora presents – Is wellness racist?

Thursday, 17 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: Fora presents – Is wellness racist?

Why is wellness so white? And how do we address the racism problem in the wellbeing industry? We will be posing some challenging questions about the race issues that exist across the health and wellbeing industries.Join moderator Lorraine Russell (Noire FitFest) with panelists Grace Victory and Dr. Fabienne Palmer.ABOUT GRACE VICTORYGrace Victory is an award-winning creator and Happiful Magazine’s first columnist. She is predominately known for her inspiring words, fierce fashion sense and refusal to diminish her self, values or voice, to suit societal expectations.She is one of the UK’s forerunning and most successful creators, and over the last 5 years has built a global audience with her girl power attitude and encouraging spirit. She is a TedX speaker, one of the faces of Vauxhall’s ’25 Years Of Corsa’ campaign and has been awarded ‘Most Inspiring Role Model’ for InStyle Magazine’s Project 13 and ‘Creator For Change’ for the Lovie Awards 2019.Grace talks about problems that all young people and women face, as well as topics that are perceived taboo; therapy, sex, trauma, relationship dynamics, diet culture, self awareness and spirituality. Grace’s content has a focus on plus-size fashion, healing the mind, body and spirit and the importance of self development. Grace’s most recent work includes projects with MAC, Refinery 29, RTE.ABOUT DR FABIENNE PALMERDr Fabienne Palmer is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist. She holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsych), a Post Graduate Certificate in Evidence Based Psychological Therapy (PGCert), and a First Class Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology (BSc, Hons). She has also received specialist training in trauma informed treatment that underpins her role within the NHS. Fabienne has worked clinically for over 7 years, supporting the emotional wellbeing of children, young people, adults and older adults from diverse backgrounds. Her therapeutic orientation is integrative, which means she draws on a wide range of psychological theories and models to help her clients work towards and achieve their goals effectively. She values the voice of the client and works collaboratively with them to provide a supportive space, in which they can safely process difficult thoughts and feelings.ABOUT LORRAINEQualified personal trainer and nutritionist. Lorraine Russell started her weight loss journey a few years ago. Dissatisfied with her life and overall health, she changed her entire lifestyle by becoming a fitness professional. Working within a corporate environment, Lorraine’s health and mental wellbeing was suffering at being stuck in an office, doing a 9-5 that she hated. Already an active member of her gym for some years, this became as space of distressing the day to day grind of her office job. Seeing the results of her workouts, and having compliments thrown her way, soon inspired her to take up a personal training course. Lorraine has since competed in two body building competitions, taken part in fitness events for charities like Tower 42 and the London-Brighton bike ride. She is continuing her journey by sharing her expertise and experience with others to help them find a path to putting them on the right track to a healthier lifestyle. ABOUT NOIRE FITFESTCreated by Personal Trainer Lorraine Russell and Yoga instructor Donna Noble. Lorraine and Donna met several times over the years, with Lorraine participating in many of Donna’s Hot Bikram sessions. A few years later, Lorraine had qualified to become a Personal Trainer and launched her own fitness business. Lorraine was invited to host an event called “Black Women In Fitness, in which she chaired a panel discussion aimed at highlighting the experiences of black female fitness professionals. Donna was an invited member of the panel. After a great spirited discussion around the various experiences of black women in their respective fields of fitness, Donna and Lorraine felt inspired by these stories, and felt compelled to create a platform in which the visibility of black fitness professionals was a thing of the past. NoireFitFest was then birthed.Dedicated to changing the face of fitness. The aim is to inspired the wider black community to become more physically active and to take care of their overall wellness. The festival aims to be a safe space for women and men, fitness enthusiasts or complete fitness novices, to take part and immerse themselves in fitness activities, panel discussions, all taught by black fitness professionals and expert influencers, all of whom excel in their varied fields of fitness, tailored to your/our needs."We believe that as a community we are being severely underserved by the general fitness industry. Currently, stats show that 53% of the black community are only doing the weekly recommended moderate activity, compared to 64% of the rest of the UK. This needs to change, so NoireFitFest aims to create a safe space where the larger black community can come and see people who look like them teaching, participating and sharing knowledge of the benefits of embracing wellness by being active and taking care of their mental space."ALL PROFITS FROM TICKET SALES WILL BE DONATED TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.*Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.**In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.

Restore: Learn the fundamentals with London Drawing

Thursday, 17 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: Learn the fundamentals with London Drawing

Join London Drawing for a creative life drawing session, designed to raise your drawing game whatever your ability. Put aside your doubts about drawing and discover how to translate your ideas into drawings you're proud of on the page. Learn to link your eye, hand and mind through practical demonstrations and we guarantee you'll take away at least one drawing you're happy with. Whatever your ability, you'll leave with new techniques to help you draw pretty much anything.ABOUT LONDON DRAWING:London Drawing is one of the largest independent Life Drawing organisations in London. They facilitate exciting and informative contemporary life drawing classes, creative workshops, performances and drawing events. Over the past 15 years they have worked with major arts organisations such as Tate Modern, The Barbican Gallery, RIBA and the British Museum, brands such as Chanel and Esprit as well as theatre companies and performance artists. Find out more information at: londondrawing.com @LondonDrawing*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.

Restore: Yoga Circus class

Friday, 18 September 12:00 pm

Fora - Folgate Street

Restore: Yoga Circus class

This will be a fun session will using hula hoops, yoga and fruit to develop strength, flexibility, coordination and balance. Yoga Circus is a fun and challenging hybrid activity for all ages developed during lockdown by Walthamstow based artist Layla Rosa as an offer for her aerial circus students who were no longer able to train. This will be a fun session will using hula hoops, yoga and fruit to develop strength, flexibility, coordination and balance. ABOUT LAYLA:Layla has created circus and theatre work for over 25 years, she is a co founder of the pioneering performance collective Shunt, founder of the Walthamstow Youth Circus and educator at the National Centre for circus artist. As an artist and an educator her adventures with aerial circus lie at the heart of her work, discovering where aerial circus meets other forms and creating experiences that connect people from all cultures.http://www.laylarosa.co.ukhttps:/www.facebook.com/walthamstowyouthcircus/https://www.nationalcircus.org.ukALL PROFITS MADE FROM TICKET SALES WILL GO DIRECTLY TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore:  Train Happy Podcast LIVE with Poorna Bell

Friday, 18 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: Train Happy Podcast LIVE with Poorna Bell

Catch up with Tally Rye and journalist Poorna Bell for this live recording of the brilliant Train Happy podcast. Tally Rye sits down with Poorna Bell - author and founder of the See My Strong community - to discuss the need for diverse stories to be seen and heard within the fitness space. This will be a special, live recording of the Train Happy Podcast. ABOUT TALLY RYE:Tally is a Personal Trainer, Group Instructor and co-host of the Fit And Fearless podcast made by BBC 5 Live. For the past 6 years she has shared her thoughts, feelings and opinions about health and fitness online via her Instagram account @tallyrye and YouTube channel.ABOUT POORNA BELL:Poorna is an award-winning journalist, charismatic public speaker, published author and influencer. Poorna Bell works extensively across several areas including women's journalism, women in business, fitness, body image, wellness and mental health, while championing issues affecting the BAME community. You can find her on instagram at @poornabell*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS MADE FROM TICKET SALES WILL GO DIRECTLY TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore: Yoga Circus class

Friday, 18 September 12:00 pm

Fora - Folgate Street

Restore: Yoga Circus class

This will be a fun session will using hula hoops, yoga and fruit to develop strength, flexibility, coordination and balance. Yoga Circus is a fun and challenging hybrid activity for all ages developed during lockdown by Walthamstow based artist Layla Rosa as an offer for her aerial circus students who were no longer able to train. This will be a fun session will using hula hoops, yoga and fruit to develop strength, flexibility, coordination and balance. ABOUT LAYLA:Layla has created circus and theatre work for over 25 years, she is a co founder of the pioneering performance collective Shunt, founder of the Walthamstow Youth Circus and educator at the National Centre for circus artist. As an artist and an educator her adventures with aerial circus lie at the heart of her work, discovering where aerial circus meets other forms and creating experiences that connect people from all cultures.http://www.laylarosa.co.ukhttps:/www.facebook.com/walthamstowyouthcircus/https://www.nationalcircus.org.ukALL PROFITS MADE FROM TICKET SALES WILL GO DIRECTLY TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

Restore:  Train Happy Podcast LIVE with Poorna Bell

Friday, 18 September 06:30 pm

Online Event

Restore: Train Happy Podcast LIVE with Poorna Bell

Catch up with Tally Rye and journalist Poorna Bell for this live recording of the brilliant Train Happy podcast. Tally Rye sits down with Poorna Bell - author and founder of the See My Strong community - to discuss the need for diverse stories to be seen and heard within the fitness space. This will be a special, live recording of the Train Happy Podcast. ABOUT TALLY RYE:Tally is a Personal Trainer, Group Instructor and co-host of the Fit And Fearless podcast made by BBC 5 Live. For the past 6 years she has shared her thoughts, feelings and opinions about health and fitness online via her Instagram account @tallyrye and YouTube channel.ABOUT POORNA BELL:Poorna is an award-winning journalist, charismatic public speaker, published author and influencer. Poorna Bell works extensively across several areas including women's journalism, women in business, fitness, body image, wellness and mental health, while championing issues affecting the BAME community. You can find her on instagram at @poornabell*In booking a ticket, you are opting into the Fora Events mailing list. We would like to keep you informed about our upcoming events, but you will have the opportunity to unsubscribe from these emails at any time.**Please note that filming/photography will be taking place on site for the duration of this event for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on our website. If you would prefer not to be photographed please let Fora know on arrival to the event.ALL PROFITS MADE FROM TICKET SALES WILL GO DIRECTLY TO YOUNGMINDSYoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. They campaign, research and influence policy and practice. YoungMinds also provide expert knowledge to professionals, parents and young people through our Parents’ Helpline, online resources, training and development, outreach work and publications.

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