How to do YOU and not worry about anyone else.
Ever get that burning feeling in the pit of your stomach that everyone’s doing better than you? Do you look at someone’s Instagram account and suddenly feel low? Do you want things, but have no idea how to get them - maybe it’s someone’s gym-honed body or their six-thousand followers, or their job, or loving partner or home? We’re in the midst of a comparison epidemic - and it’s making us feel crap. From Instagram’s reel of perfection to the notion that we should be bossing it All The Time, feelings of envy are rife - yet, no one’s really talking about it.
For their second panel event, hosts Toral and Amy will be joined by special guests comparison coach Lucy Sheridan and body positive activist Michelle Elman(@scarrednotscared) to discuss these complicated and taboo feelings of envy and comparison - casting them into the spotlight to help us explore ways to feel happier and healthier, no matter what everyone else is doing.
What The Health? Vol. 2
Theme: Envy and Comparison
- Tuesday 26 March 2019, 6.30pm-8.30pm
- 6.30pm arrive / A light meal by The Urban Kitchen
- 7pm panel discussion
- 8pm Workshop time
- 8.30pm finish / Bag of goodies to take away
What The Health? is dedicated to providing a place for real, honest and bullshit-busting health talk. We believe there is no one-size-fits-all perfect approach to health, nor one single look that represents 'healthy', so we’ll be exploring all the ways YOU can feel great, in the unique ways that work for YOUR life.
Guaranteed to be fun, thought-provoking, informative and inspiring. Join us for some delicious food by The Urban Kitchen, followed by a panel discussion and workshop on the evening's theme, Envy and Comparison.
What The Health? is focused on facts, not fads, and is committed to encouraging greater diversity in wellness as we believe wellness is for EVERYONE. So please join us as we ask, What The Health? and try to demystify the world of health and wellbeing. Tickets are limited.
Space is limited. Early bird tickets for £20 (plus booking fee) until 3 March or until they run out.
£25 tickets from 3 March onwards.