Healthy Hospo is partnering with Love Drinks for its next Love Well event on Wednesday 31st July. Founder Tim Etherington-Judge will be presenting his ‘Let’s Talk About SECS, Baby’ seminar.
Designed for people working in the hospitality industry, the ‘Let’s Talk About SECS, Baby’ workshop is free to attend and will unlock secrets to: Getting a great night’s SLEEP, how to EAT better, the importance of CONNECTION and why we all need to get a SWEAT on. Along with Tim Etherington-Judge, new Healthy Hospo UK Champion and journalist James Beeson will also be in attendance at the event at Goat Chelsea, 333 Fulham Road, London, SW10 9QL from 2 – 4pm.
Love Drinks is an independent import, distribution and marketing company for premium quality spirits, liqueurs and craft beers. In October 2018, the organisation launched Love Well, a wholistic initiative aimed at supporting the on-trade and raising awareness of the physical and mental health crisis within the UK hospitality industry.
A Wellness Wednesday Workshop was run in February and an Invest in Rest session followed in April. The here have also been nine monthly MiBODY fitness sessions since October. The events have been attended by a range of staff working in bars, pubs, restaurants and the wider on-trade.
Kirsty Loveday, Founder and CEO of Love Drinks plus current Drinks Business Woman of the Year, said: “Our Love Well community continues to grow with our monthly MiBODY fitness sessions and quarterly wellness workshops incredibly well received by teams from independent and group operators across the hospitality sector.
“Each session provides something specific for attendees to take away but it is as much about talking with peers and connecting. We’re very excited about Tim’s next session and continue to urge managers and leaders to find out more and get involved.”
Tim Etherington-Judge, Founder of Healthy Hospo, added: “The hospitality industry sees the highest rate of drug abuse, the third highest rate of alcohol abuse and a third of the people working across the industry suffer from some form of mental health issues. If that is not a crisis, I would like to know what is.
“For an innovative, fast-paced industry that provides so much pleasure, it’s about time we all started to do more to nurture and care for the mental and physical wellness of the people working in our businesses. ‘Let’s Talk About SECS, Baby’ is a fun seminar where you can discover how SECS can help you and/or your team thrive at work and in life.”
Spaces are limited so reserve a space at eventbrite here and use the password Frank, or email firstname.lastname@example.org