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LIVERPOOL HEALTH NEWS

Monday November 4 2019

Wellbeing in the Workplace guru to co-host Ubiquity City Social this Wednesday




Wellbeing in the Workplace guru to co-host Ubiquity City Social this Wednesday

A leading UK wellness in the workplace expert will be co-hosting Ubiquity's latest 'City Social' this coming Wednesday evening in Liverpool.

Entrepreneur, wellness coach and the brainchild behind wellbeing brand Pain Point Coach John Bullock will join co-host, Ubiquity's Joel Jelen at uber cool venue Tusk to introduce the bite size version of a pioneering sports programme helping people manage and reduce their stressload at work.

John explained: "I'm looking forward to offering guests an insight into our unique concept that helps people perform optimally and with less stress. The event has been designed for both Baltic businesses and businesses across the city with a genuine interest in encouraging wellness in the workplace programmes. Ultimately, there's far too much stress associated with the way we work and i'm keen to help people at work learn how they can manage and reduce that stress."

Joel Jelen, a well known wellness advocate in the city added: "The evening will be fun, engaging and highly interactive including a very gentle workout but is more of a test of people's mental rather than physical fitness. I'm keen to see far more businesses and organisations adopt a wellbeing in the workplace policy which can only protect and enhance their team's daily working lives. It's fitting that we're hosting the event in the Baltic Triangle because they are already established pioneers with their #BalticWellbeing series.

Limited tickets are available from suzy@ubiquitypr.co.uk 

Ubiquity City Social feat. Pain Point Coach

Wednesday November 6, 2019 5.30pm

Tusk, 5 Mann street, Liverpool L8 5AF



"Ultimately, there's far too much stress associated with the way we work and i'm keen to help people at work learn how they can manage and reduce that stress."
John Bullock








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