Monday, 14 September 12:00 pm

Fora - Great Eastern Street

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 YOUNGMINDS

YoungMinds 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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Monday, 14 September 06:30 pm

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Online Event

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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.

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