Beth Alderson hosts a talk about art and the therapeutical effects it can have on our lives. With a career pushing boundaries as a makeup artist, Bethany discusses the extreme high and lows that can knock inspiration, challenge mental health and compromise wellbeing.
‘’Art is personal, and there are so many vessels and forms expression. When you tap into who you are and start expressing yourself emotionally, healing begins and life gets better’
This talk will encourage you to dig a little deeper into the self, and inspire you to find that artistic vent. Happiness starts from the ground up, art is creation at its core, so come join the conversation and start unleashing your true potential.
We’ll discuss practical ways to manage anxiety and grow your courage and confidence.
You’ll also experience a group hypnotherapy session specifically designed to reprogram your mind to be your calmest, happiest self.
Poorna Bell lost her husband Rob to suicide in 2015, and from that point she had to rebuild her life and start from scratch. It eventually led to near burnout, and after quitting her high-powered job as executive editor at HuffPost, she went travelling to work out what she wanted from life beyond the societal expectations of marriage, kids and career, that had shaped her entire life so far. Less 'finding yourself' and more 'strengthening yourself', her journey led to a resolute understanding of her inner strength, and how she would now be able to meet her future head on.
Sophie Walker is a feminist activist, disability rights campaigner and founding leader of the Women’s Equality Party. She is on a mission to find every woman's inner activist and rebuild politics, business and society by championing new voices and perspectives.
Rylan Clark Neal talks about the life changing decision he made to go to the X Factor auditions and faced his fears and how was so close to turning around and saying no. Rylan encourages people to not be afraid to follow their hearts because it might lead to something magic.
The most powerful thing you can be when you grow up is yourself. Mental health activist, bestselling author and journalist Bryony Gordon will share the crucial life lessons she wished she had known when she was a teenager. Join Bryony as she chats about self-respect, body positivity, love, mental health and her new book You Got This.