Sarah is a sought-after presenter. She has been delivering presentations, seminars and workshops to clients including FTSE companies, law firms and management consultancy's nationally within the UK and internationally in Australia, New Zealand and Turkey for over 7 years.

She offers a range of presentations around wellbeing and healthy living on topics including:

Her approach is to use the latest research and evidence around these subjects and present the best of this information and an informal and entertaining way that helps educate and build awareness.

She offers strategies and solutions to try that are realistic, achievable and work; the aim being that employees find one or two ideas that resonate with them, that they can put into practice straight away to make a difference to how they feel and how they manage their wellbeing.

She tailors her work so that it fits with your company's wellbeing strategy and works to support your culture, helping you to stay at the leading edge of managing and promoting employee wellbeing.

Background and experience

Sarah originally trained as a chartered accountant working in corporate audit in the Midlands before moving to London and working in client and commercial operation roles for PMI insurers Bupa and Cigna. This background means she understands the pressures working in a corporate environment brings; finding time to look after our health and wellbeing on a regular basis can be challenging.

She has always been interested in health and wellbeing; and 15 years ago retrained as a physiotherapist and yoga and meditation teacher.

She worked in a clinical and corporate environment; combining treating patients with operational and quality roles for corporate wellbeing providers:

She is passionate about living and being well, but also about being realistic about how we manage this in our ever-busy lives.

If you would like to arrange a time to talk about how I can help your wellbeing programmes: email, or call 07939 539 438.

Clients include

Ernst & Young, BAML, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Omnicom and RAPP