We all know that working out is good for our bodies. But what about the runners high? The rush of endorphins we get after a big lift or pumping spin session. Movement has a massive impact on our mental health - a release, a distraction or a way to build yourself up when times get tough. So we’ve bought together three top minds on how to optimise movement to help your mental wellbeing.
Primal play for mental wellness with Darryl Edwards
Former investment banker turned movement coach who is pioneering the primal play concept. He brings us back to our roots, positing that play-like movement is not only good for our bodies but our minds too. Allowing us to relax back into child-like states and completely switch off from the stresses of everyday life.
Darryl has a really unique perspective on movement and how it incorporates into our day. An inspiring speaker who flips the idea of exercise on its head.
Book Darryl to
- Engage every member of your team to try movement as mental wellness.
- Give an alternative view to mental well-being management.
- Introduce the concept of ‘play’ to your team: sparking inspiration.
Movement as self-care with Carly Rowena
Personal trainer, influencer and mum - Carly is brutally honest about her mental health struggles and how movement has played into them. From showing how to refind yourself in forms of movement to use it as a form of self-care.
Carly shows us all how to fit fitness into a busy lifestyle and the importance of ‘me time’ regardless of how busy life might get.
Book Carly to
- Start the conversation around mental health (especially in mums and in female teams).
- Give your team practical advice on how to fit movement into your day.
- Challenge your employees to rethink movement and what it means to them.
Incentivizing mindful movement with Gabriel Sey
Gabriel Sey is a busy man: influencer, Youtuber and head coach of Sey Coaching. He works with busy parents to find new ways to fit fitness into their jam-packed schedules. Gabriel is very open about his mental health - sharing strategies to manage it through working out, journaling and communication.
Gabriel makes healthy accessible for everybody - showing you the power of movement for the mind when combined with other great strategies.
Book Michael to
- Support your team members who are parents to get active.
- Show your team different ways of managing your mental wellbeing.
- Inspire others to get moving and talk more openly about their mental health (especially in the male members of your team).
Want to book one of these brilliant experts for a PepTalk during mental health awareness week? Get in touch with our team to enquire.