The Mindful Living Show

talkhealth will be returning to The Mindful Living Show next month, equipped with all kinds of samples and information about our various support programmes.

The largest event in the UK of its kind, the show is a two-day extravaganza of talks, workshops and clinics for supporting healthier, happier lives.  

Mindfulness is an ever-growing part of the wellbeing industry. It allows us to stop and enjoy the world around us while untangling thoughts that can be unhelpful or negative. With one in four British adults struggling with poor mental health at some point, mindfulness and mindful therapies have a huge potential to improve the lives of millions. 

Knowing how to manage your own mental health can be hugely beneficial in keeping chronic physical conditions at bay – and The Mindful Living Show is the perfect place to pick up tips and hacks from the professionals.

There’ll be over 150 talks and classes, covering everything from ‘hand yoga’ to minimalism. Experts on hand include author and speaker Dr David Hamilton, Clinical Psychologist Dr Trudi Edginton and spiritual master Sri Swami Purohit. Whether you’re deep down the wellness rabbit hole or merely interested in restoring a little balance to your life, there’s something for everyone.

Learn how to improve your performance in the office by building an arsenal of mindfulness techniques and how to fuel your body with good mood food. 

After a day of learning, get ready for a few blissful hours to transport you into a world of rest and relaxation with the Friday Night Wind Down – a sound and relaxation journey of new sensations.  

We’ll be there with a stall (E12) as a way of introducing the public to our MyWellbeing support programme – which already has over 2,150 subscribers. And it wouldn’t be a talkhealth appearance without a load of goodybags, brimming with samples to help you better manage your health!



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