British Society of Lifestyle Medicine 2019
This is a unique opportunity to attend a City Women Network event, which is a membership organisation of senior female leaders based in London on 21st May 6-9pm in Farringdon.
What one thing can you do that be a better leader and listener? To be more robust and resilient, improve performance and reduce stress as well as reducing the risk of physical and mental health issues?
That thing is PLAY and it’s Darryl Edward’s life passion.
The evening will open with Darryl’s talk about his background, the transformation of his earlier career as a programmer in the City and the principals of his approach.
We’ll then transition to a highly active and fun workshop based on Darryl’s 'Primal Play' method.
Talk: Movement as medicine
An engaging talk on the importance of physical activity for the general population.
What does research tell us about the particular benefits for women, benefits for the workplace and for our future?
How can we make sure we are doing enough?
Activity: Primal Play Method
We will engage in an evening of novel games and activities to help us reconnect with our inner child and to fall in love with movement again.
With solo, partner and group-based challenges that are collaborative and competitive - great for the mind and body - but most importantly are a whole lot of fun!
The activities are designed to be inclusive and accessible for all ages and abilities, comfortable clothing and footwear advised.
Afterwards, refreshments will be provided along with ample opportunity to network with other CWN members and guests.
Darryl’s work to change lives through the power of play has also resulted in a recent TEDx talk which you can see here, as well as talks to Harvard Medical School, three books and an academic paper. To find out even more about Darryl, please see biography here.
6.00pm – Arrival, registration
6.40pm – Welcome and introductions
6:45pm – Darryl Edwards’ presentation and workshop
8.00pm – Networking drinks and canapés
9.00pm – Close
60 Farringdon Road
London, EC1R 3GA
Free Word is an arts organisation focused on the power and politics of words. They are also a home for groups interested in who gets to speak and be heard in society. They place an emphasis on fresh perspectives from voices that are often underrepresented, and bring together a rich variety of exciting writers, artists and activists to spark critical conversations about society, culture and politics.
Free Word opened in September 2009 and with support from the Norwegian freedom of expression charity, Fritt Ord, and Arts Council England.
How to get there:
Free Word is a five-minute walk from Farringdon station, next to the Betsey Trotwood pub and opposite 119 Farringdon Road (The Ray).
Bike racks are available on Farringdon Road, Bowling Green Lane and nearby streets. There is a ‘Boris Bike’ docking station directly outside Free Word.
By Tube or Train
Farringdon Station is served by Thameslink, which runs directly to London Bridge, Elephant and Castle, St Pancras and Kentish Town, as well as routes to Brighton, Sutton, St Albans, Luton and much of North and South London.
Buses that stop near Free Word include the 63 on Farringdon Road, the 19, 38 and 341 on Rosebery Avenue and the 55 and 243 on Clerkenwell Road.
PAH Symposium 2018, San Diego
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Presentation/Workshop: No Play, No Gain
Poster Presentation: The Case for Play As an Exercise Intervention
This one-day course focuses on the special challenges faced by clinicians who care for children and adolescents, providing you with the tools, research, and best practices to help your patents adopt and sustain more active, healthy lifestyles.
Presentation: Encouraging Play to Help Your Patients Increase Physical Activity
5 Speakers. One purpose.
To help you crack the Wellness Code. Tickets available now!
Do you value your health?
Do you crave a better quality of life? Would you like to understand nutrition and diets in more depth? Or even how to unlock the power of your genetic code for amazing health? Let's not forget the importance of movement too.
If you are looking for answers, Be Better London has put together an outstanding line up of internationally acclaimed speakers.
Hand picked for their insightful wisdom and practical knowledge, these speakers will give you the tools and the confidence you need to start making changes right away. Changes that last.
Known as "The Fitness Explorer" Darryl is a two-time, best-selling author, co-founder of the UK's first paleo conference, Health Unplugged and creator of Primal Play.
A natural health practitioner, raw food chef and educator, Lia is the founder of Raw Fest. Her mission is to educate, empower and inspire natural healthy lifestyles.
Is a Nutrigenomic practitioner and author of "Cracking Your Health Code" which explores the impact of nutrition and genetic expression, highlighting the implication for your health and performance.
Matt is the co-founder of Fitter London and co-author of the best selling book, "Paleo Primer" His unique approach to nutrition and wellness will both inspire and entertain you.
Owen is the founder of the Health Academy. He is a Dietary Health Coach, Speaker and Foraging expert, who specialises in exposing the connection between nutrition and mental health. Owen works with organisations such as Mind to give participants a new lease on life.
HEALTH Unplugged, the UK's Premier health and wellbeing conference focussing on ancestral nutrition, fitness and lifestyle.
Coaching: Primal Play Workshop
Presentation: 10 Lesser Known Health Benefits of Exercise