HANNAH BEECHAM | Founder of Red January
RED January is a national movement helping people support their mental health through exercise.
Hannah is going to talk to us about the inspiration behind RED and how it's helped improve her mum's confidence levels. Hannah will also be talking about her relationship with exercise and how it helps support her. This January alone, RED raised almost £1million for the leading mental healthy charity, Mind.
LEX GILLIES | Talonted Lex Beauty Blogger
Lex is an award-winning blogger and social media manager based in London. She uses her blog and social media accounts to talk about living with a skin condition, the impact it has had on her confidence, as well as sharing tips and support to others who suffer with low self esteem. Her honest approach to sharing images and difficult experiences has opened up the conversation in an industry often filled with images of perfection. She is an ambassador for the British Skin Foundation, has written in most major publications, and also appeared on national television to discuss skin conditions and their effect on the people who suffer from them. Lex is talking about : How she is learning to accept a face she often doesn’t recognise, how to be kinder to herself, and the transformative powers of make up.
LOULOU STOREY | Style Coach and Stylist
'Loulou Storey, Style Coach and Stylist consulting for individuals and brands in the UK and America. Loulou's career began in retail management and she now runs her own style agency, The Styling Storey. 17 years of styling women has given her a deep understanding and experience from both sides of the retail world as to what women need and want.
Featured in Marie Claire, Psychologies and The Telegraph, as well as regularly appearing on the BBC, she shares her empowering styling know-how to encourage a more mindful way of dressing. Leading style workshops at places such as Soho House and Home House, she shares her love of fashion and the power of dressing whilst working alongside brands such as Me & Em, Anthropologie and The Fold.'
Laura Barton | Writer and Broadcaster
Laura Barton is a writer and broadcaster. A Guardian staff feature writer and music columnist for a decade, she is now freelance and has written for numerous publications including the Guardian, the Observer, the New York Times, 1843, Vogue, Elle, the Gentlewoman, the Telegraph and the Financial Times, and is a contributing editor at Q magazine. Her first novel, Twenty-One Locks, was the recipient of a Betty Trask Award, and her next book is a non-fiction examination of the relationship between music and sadness. West of West, a study of the American West in collaboration with the photographer Sarah Lee will also be published later this year. As a broadcaster, her documentaries and fiction have appeared on Radio 4, Radio 3 and Radio 2, and have covered everything from tomboys to Shakespeare, Blues musicians, trousers and Greyhound buses. Notes From a Musical Island, her Radio 4 series about music and landscape, will return for its third outing this Summer. In 2017 she wrote and presented a three-part Radio 4 documentary series about Confidence, exploring its origins in our education, race, gender and geography, how our societal structure can discourage our own feelings of worth, and the ways in which we can work to find our own personal form of confidence.
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the course due to start?
The course starts on 10th September and lasts for 10-weeks
How much does it cost and what are the booking dates?
The course is priced at £695 and all booking closes on Friday 31st August 2018 at midnight.
Is the course refundable?
Due to the low cost of this course there are no refunds.
Can I buy with Paypal?
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How will the course be delivered?
The course will be delivered via video conference, facebook live, pre-recorded video and module workbooks, at a variety of times to suit to the group. The live training will all be recorded to watch on replay, or if you miss any of the sessions. All attendees will be added to a secret facebook group run by Lucy Baker.
How many places are there on the course?
A maximum of 20 people.
What if I cannot make a week?
You can catch up with the recorded training sessions when you are ready. You will have access to all live training sessions.
When does the course end?
The weekly course is due to finish mid-October 2018 (date subject to change)
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