Annie Price is a presenter and personal trainer. She suffered 3rd degree burns to her face, head, arm and hands.
Growing up not fully understanding her past she teamed up with a production company to find answers. This began her television career in 2016, telling the story of her childhood in the film Annie out of the Ashes for BBC Three. With grit and warmth Annie wants to share her story in the hope it’ll give another perspective on resilience, a strong self image so you can live in your Happiest Place.
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.
Finding your happy place when it's all gone tit's up.
The panel will discuss each Boobettes experience of breast cancer and how they now use their stories, to inspire others to think differently about their lives and bodies, whilst educating people about the importance of getting to know your boobs now, and making it a lifelong habit.
Losing weight and keeping healthy is a real challenge that can take months of dedication, yet many of the most common diet tricks people use are actually hindering their efforts. From cutting out all types of sugar, to opting for low-fat yoghurts instead of full-fat, Rhiannon Lambert will round up the mistakes we all make when we try to lose weight or improve our health.
Bella Mackie is a freelance journalist and author of Jog On, a book about running and mental health.
We know that exercise is good for our physical health, but it can have a life changing impact on our mental health too.
In this session we chat to Hannah about the inspiration behind RED and how she created an online movement that encourages the nation to support their mental health through exercise. We’ll learn about the many ways that physical activity can benefit our minds and bodies.