Star-Studded Line-Up for Virtual Wellbeing Event

WellVet have announced that five time European Champion and British Recording holding athlete, and vet, Laura Muir, will be in conversation with Gudrun Ravetz and Rob Pope for a keynote session at their virtual event. WellVet Virtual takes place on Saturday 23rd May, with content accessible for a full year to delegates. The line-up includes Bake-Off star, Rosie Brandreth-Poynter, alongside a host of other expert session leaders for personal development, baking, exercise, crafts and social elements.

Following on from successful residential weekend events, WellVet is taking their popular conference virtual this year. Falling at the end of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, the event will explore how to be kind to yourself – only then can you support and help others. With over 500 minutes of CPD available, sessions are aimed at providing delegates with a range of proactive wellbeing tools to explore to find ways of improving their mental and physical wellbeing.

The day long programme will start with a run, meditation or yoga. The plenary sessions and workshops include hot topics such as change management, establishing a ‘new normal’, and how to build wellbeing into daily life. Ru Tipney, co-Founder says, “We’re delighted to host an event which brings together so many amazing people to lead valuable – and potentially life-changing sessions – for delegates. We have content for everyone, from student sessions to workshops designed for practice managers and owners”.

To include a social aspect, the virtual conference platform provides opportunities for networking and connecting with fellow delegates during and after the event. Ru says, “The vibe we’ve had at the last two WellVet events has been pretty special. WellVet works because of the mutual encouragement, openness and support of delegates. We’re delighted to have found a platform to give a rich social experience alongside all the great content”.

The content and networking functions are available for a full year and the organisers are keen to stress there’s no need to sit through the whole day in one go. Delegates are invited to dip in and out, revisit sessions, and connect with others after the event. Tickets are subsidised at just £40 for a full delegate pass and £10 for students and new graduates.

Check the website for more information, and to buy tickets

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