Join MobFit for a conversation during mental health awareness week, with Mad and Sad Club Founder Jo Hooper & The Mindfulness Circle's Jonny Say, to uncover the simple steps to humanise mental health in the workplace.
This is a free event with very limited tickets available, to book yours click HERE
Tuesday 14th May
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Beers from 6pm
About our panel:
Host, Rob Smith - Co-Founder of workplace wellness consultancy, MobFit.
MobFit are on a mission to improve the health and happiness of office workers.
Jo Hooper - Mad and Sad Club Founder - After two years, two breakdowns, three therapists, countless books, podcasts, pills and walks, Jo left her Head of Communications role and set up mad and sad club. With 11 years’ experience in comms, Jo now helps individuals and organisations to take action on mental health at work, using honest and human centred techniques. She also speaks and writes on mental health, as well as running the club as an online community on Instagram.
Jonny Say - MobFit's Mindfulness coach and The Mindfulness CircleFounder, Jonny has been practicing mindfulness and meditation for over 17 years. He utilises his experience of working in the corporate world and his passion and knowledge of mindfulness to provide practical workshops that really make a difference.
He began his training in traditional meditation and mindfulness practices in Zen, Vipassana, Yoga and Tai Chi before moving into Mindfulness and Compassion training. He has completed:
- Bangor Centre for Mindfulness Teacher Training
- Mindfulness teacher training with Shamash Alidina
- Compassion Focused Therapy training with Dr Paul Gilbert.
He is recognised on the UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teacher Training Organisations UK listing.
This event is kindly being hosted by Uncommon, at their newest space in Liverpool Street. Uncommon provide flexible workspaces in London that make you feel good, so you do better. Their spaces are creative yet calm environments and their team are supportive in every way. To find out more about their amazing spaces visit their website here.