Students team up with TOG Mind to organise vital mental health webinar

Date published: 05 April 2021

Third Eye Events, a start-up events company created by four event management students at Manchester Metropolitan University, are working in partnership with Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind to host ‘Motivate the Mind’ a non-profit mental health webinar on Saturday, April 24.

The wellbeing webinar will host a range of inspirational speakers who have overcome major challenges in their lives and will share their stories of success.

The event will also be filled with multiple giveaways, yoga sessions, Q+A’s and a chance to win a virtual goody bag.

Guest speakers will include:

Tim Lodge - Wellbeing speaker and Great Britain Paralympic Canoeist

Karen Adams - Mindset Coach

George Mikhaeil - Motivational speaker

Chloe Fletcher - Yoga teacher and Inner dialogue coach

Jon White - Inspirational Speaker, Leadership Consultant and Executive Coach.

The aim of the event is to raise funds for local mental health charity; Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind, who help people struggling with mental health related issues by providing a range of support and training.

Tula Heart, from Third Eye Events, said: “We are passionate about the topics surrounding mental health awareness and would like to show our advocacy for individuals who may be struggling with their mental wellbeing – especially during the current crisis."

Jason Bromley, from TOG Mind, said: “This is the third year we have had the pleasure of working in partnership with students from MMU, and this event promises to be jam packed with advice and inspirational stories to motivate and help others – something many of us need right now after the last 12 months.

"I hope as many people as possible are able to grab a ticket and enjoy the day."

Anyone interested in getting a ticket and being a part of the wellbeing webinar can do so by following the eventbrite link to register here

For any further information, people can connect with Third Eye Events through their social media.

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