I partner with your business to create flexible learning solutions that are tailored to the specific needs of your people. I used a evidence based strategies that are easy to use and effective. The delivery is interactive and engaging, designed to inspire people to make small changes in their everyday lives. The result, health, happy humans who are engaged and perform at their best.



​This interactive masterclass explores how the body works in relation to stress, why it works this way, and provides easy, actionable steps for everyday life.  It covers a range of techniques to reducing stress and boost wellness; including, breathwork, mindfulness and movement as well as psychological tools.


These masterclasses dive deeper into some of the areas that were identified in 'Burnout to Balance'.  Topics include; sleep, nutrition, exercise, mindset, moods and motivation​. The goal is to inspire and empower people to take easy, actionable steps to help them live longer, healthier lives


 The mission of Mosaic Partnerships is to empower calm and confident lives through community projects and workplace education for parents and carers. The knowledge and skills developed in these masterclasses make a difference to the quality of life at home and at work.



  • Last year 'stress' cost UK businesses £45 Billion

  • 58% of people said that their biggest source of stress was work

  • Proactive mental health and wellbeing training have the highest ROI of around £7 for every £1 invested

  • Between 20 March and 30 March 2020, almost half (49.6%) of people in Great Britain reported "high" (rating 6 to 10) anxiety; this was sharply elevated compared with the end of 2019 (21%), and equates to over 25 million people (out of the population aged 16 years and over).

  • Worldwide around 50 million people live with dementia, and this number is projected to increase to 152 million by 2050Risk factors in early life (education), midlife (hypertension, obesity, hearing loss, traumatic brain injury, and alcohol misuse) and later life (smoking, depression, physical inactivity, social isolation, diabetes, and air pollution) can contribute to increased dementia risk