Go to www.feelgoodco.com/appointments10 to sign up.  If for any reason you can no longer attend, please cancel online to give someone else the chance to take your place.

The following sessions will be running throughout the year:

Sustain a healthy weight.

Maintain, don't gain.

Monday 22 January 13.00-14.00

Presentation Room 1, G11 

Maintaining a healthy weight is quite simply the fastest route to a long and healthy life. It considerably reduces the risk factor for chronic disease because excess weight is the common denominator for conditions such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, coronary heart disease and cancers.

While there are many genetic, hormonal or immune-related factors that can play a role in obesity, the truth is that for most of us, it comes down to a sedentary lifestyle, poor diet, and a lack of exercise.

Join us for a workshop that will separate fad from fact, providing a step-by-step approach to overhauling diet and lifestyle and using some easy life hacks to leave you feeling empowered and inspired to take control. The result will be a sustained and healthy weight, leaving you with more energy and looking and feeling great and able to perform at your best. 

Black Box Thinking: Open minds for high-performance

Monday 12 February 13.00-14.00

Presentation Room 2, G11


What we believe and how we think drives how we behave.  We can either view our mistakes and failures as reasons to apportion blame and dole out punishment, or we can be deeply curious about them and embrace them enthusiastically as learning opportunities. And with learning of course, comes growth - personal and professional, individually and, crucially of course when it comes to business, collectively.

To drive a culture of high performance for individuals, teams and organisations, we radically need to shape the attitudes we adopt in order to achieve success.

Join us to review stories of individuals and businesses that have successfully embraced a black box approach. Then create your own 'mental map' and think about how you see the world and whether this in any way limits aspects of your home and work life? It is fascinating to think that what is going on in your head totally influences your behaviour. This affects your ability to identify the choices you see as being available, and in turn, whether you see challenges or opportunities, determining your happiness and ultimately your success. 

Made to Move - be a Movement Opportunist

Monday 26 March 13.00-14.00

Boardroom, G11

By comparing the lifestyles of previous generations to our own, researchers have discovered that the rise of technology has altered our lives for the better - but also for the worse. A hundred years ago, most people didn't sit at work. They may have had agricultural-based lifestyles or did other tasks that involved standing and moving. Today, we drive when we would have walked or biked. We sit in front of a screen when we would have shovelled, nailed or carried. And all of our discretionary time is in front of a computer or television screen.

Reducing your risk for sitting disease is simple. There is no gym membership or expensive workout gear required. The answer is to look for opportunities to reduce and frequently break up your sitting time. But it's not just any exercise that will combat the effects of sitting. Exercise can be split into daily non-exercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT) such as walking, carrying shopping, cleaning, and exercise - which refers to structured training sessions such as going for a run or to the gym.

We will delve into both types of activity, exploring how they can be incorporated into your working week. It’s time to be a Movement Opportunist!

Our body adapts to our lifestyle and getting consistent activity throughout the day keeps your metabolism humming along in gear. Join us in a high-energy session to get you moving and achieving the optimal balance of movement and exercise throughout your day. We will get you motivated to achieve your 10,000 steps a day!
Work Life Balance - The power of Leisure Time Recovery 

Tuesday 10 April 13.00-14.00

Presentation Room 1, G11

When was the last time you competed on busyness? 'I’m so busy' has become a symbol of status that threatens our leisure.

These days, work-life balance can seem like an impossible feat. Technology makes workers accessible around the clock.

Taking care of ourselves takes time. In order to do this, we need to shift our paradigms and our mind-sets about how we switch off from work and prioritise taking care of ourselves.

Leisure time recovery looks at the role that restorative experiences have on our recovery from work, and how this impacts on health and job performance. We will examine the four key areas for recovery that manage your energy systems most tactically.

Join us to become an expert at managing your own energy systems, gaining new resources and a plan of action in order to restore and recover so you strike the right balance and perform your best and enjoy life.

Clean Fuel for Mind & Body

Friday 4 May 13.00-14.00

Presentation Room 3

Whether you’re dieting, detoxing, in training or just generally trying to look after yourself, there’s no reason to stop eating out. Being just a little careful when ordering can make a meal out almost as virtuous as one at home - you just need to know what to order and where.

We will explore the healthy options in fast food restaurants and the best high street options for when you're on the go to help you know what to look out for and what to avoid when eating out. Come away from the session with a renewed sense of confidence in your ability to identify the healthiest option and overcome the feeling that healthy food is automatically boring and bland. Real food is colourful, delicious and full of energy-boosting nutrients to have you powering through your day!
Stress is Good 

Tuesday 26 June 13.00-14.00

Presentation Room 3

Stress makes your heart pound, your breath quicken and your forehead sweat. It is understood to be the greatest cause of damage to your health, your mood, your productivity, relationships and your quality of life.

But while stress has been made into a public health enemy, new research suggests that stress may only be bad for you if you believe it to be the case.

This workshop introduces stress as a positive and demonstrates the idea of why stress is good for us, how we can get better at stress and how we can recognise the symptoms and use them to our advantage. Stress allows us to be socially smart and to be fully human.

Mindfulness: Turning rumination into positive present focusing

Monday 2 July 13.00-14.00

Presentation Room 3

There’s nothing wrong with problem solving, right! Well, except when we let the problem replay over and over again in our mind. This is a very common response to negative emotional situations and it’s called rumination.

Reflecting on painful experiences or worries is natural, but if we do it too often and for too long it can have serious consequences for our physical and mental health. Research consistently shows that people who ruminate are more likely to develop problems with anxiety and depression, and at higher risk from many forms of self-sabotaging behaviours. Rumination is about getting stuck.

Join us for a workshop where we will explore why we worry and how to turn our rumination into positive present focusing. To do this we will use a mindfulness exercise as a way of relating more positively to our thoughts and feelings as they arise. In this way, we can reduce the drain of negative emotions and cultivate a more self-reflective present focusing.

Sleep - The Sigma Approach 

Monday 24 September 13.00-14.00

Presentation Room 2

A good night’s sleep is essential for our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing. There is ample evidence that disturbed sleep leads to short-term and long-term detrimental effects and effects of poor sleep on the immune system are well documented. It is also well established that prompt and effective treatment of sleep disorders results in an improvement in functioning and wellness

This session combines science, medicine, psychology, social and holistic methods in its approach to every individual presenting with a sleep problem - we call this The Sigma Approach.  Sigma - In mathematics, the sigma symbol represents the sum of several parts, which seems appropriate for a philosophy that's all about integration.

Join us for a powerful session that will support you to diagnose the cause of your fatigue or sleep condition and quickly put into place strategies for best sleep practice.

Mental Health Awareness

Thursday 4 October 13.00-14.00

Presentation Room 3

The aims of this workshop are:

  • Recognising that everyone has ‘mental health’ and the factors that can affect it.

  • Increasing awareness of mental health and ill-health through describing a range of health conditions, symptoms and causes.

  • Dispelling some of the misconceptions linked to mental health issues.

  • Offering practical examples of how to support people with mental health issues.

  • Considering ways to protect mental health through building resilient coping strategies.

Financial wellbeing - Having a healthy approach to money

Monday 12 November 13.00-14.00

Presentation Room 3

A culture of spend today rather than save for tomorrow is affecting many employees' wellbeing and productivity. Institute for Employment Studies (IES) and Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) research, the Employee financial wellbeing report, published in January 2017, confirmed this by showing that one in four employees report that money worries have affected their ability to do their job.

There’s a psychological element to financial health and this session will help you identify and understand your money scripts which are the unconscious beliefs about money that are rooted in our childhood and ultimately shape our financial health. Knowing yourself better is the best starting point for making changes and improving your overall financial health.

So, it is time to make better decisions. Join us for a master class to support you to feel in control of your personal finances and have the confidence and resources to set and achieve financial goals so you can enjoy financial freedom of choice, in the present and in the future.


Go to www.feelgoodco.com/appointments10 to sign up.

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The Lloyd's Wellbeing Centre: +44 (0)20 7327 5341 or email


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Claire’s Hairdressers is located on the Upper Basement.

Opening times are 08.30 to 17.00, Tuesday to Friday.

To book an appointment call +44 (0)20 7929 5766