Selfridges Fashion Event - BODYTALK ON 3
Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley invite you to their new home in the Body Studio for #BodyTalk – a series of talks and debates led by The Antidote’s Suzanne Duckett and the inspiring women behind The Pool. All events are hosted in the Hemsley + Hemsley Café in the new Body Studio on 3. £30 per person for a Hemsley + Hemsley sharing plate, cocktail and an exclusive Selfridges Body Studio gym and swim bag, filled with special edition stationery and other surprises.
THE ANTIDOTE DEBATES WITH EDITOR AND FOUNDER SUZANNE DUCKETT
The Antidote is the perfect remedy to the wellness movement’s often confusing and contradictory messages. Through The Antidote blog, talks, gatherings and podcasts and seminars, founder, journalist and conversationalist Suzanne Duckett helps us to navigate the wellness zeitgeist with inspirational yet practical lifestyle advice and ideas.
WHAT FOOD TRIBE ARE YOU?
With Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley, Rosemary Ferguson and Susie Orbach
Wednesday 20 April, 7.00PM – 8.30PM
Vegan? Meat-based paleo? 5:2? Raw? Grain, gluten and refined sugar free? Which food philosophy suits YOU? Join The Antidote’s Editor Suzanne Duckett and Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley in the new Hemsley + Hemsley café at Selfridges, with Nutritionist Rosemary Ferguson and Psychologist Susie Orbach as they discuss the psychology, ecology and fashionability of how to eat well now.
CAN FITNESS CREATE VIBRANT NEW COMMUNITIES?
With Lauren Cuthbertson, Tasmin Greenway, Cathy Brown and Rhian Stephenson
Wednesday 4 May, 7.00PM – 8.30PM
Movement can connect us on many levels, uniting mind, body and soul – turning the ‘me’ into the ‘us’. Join The Antidote’s Editor Suzanne Duckett and explore the relationship between fitness and developing social communities with Prima Ballerina, Lauren Cuthbertson, former England netball star and World Cup Medallist, Tamsin Greenway, ex-professional Boxer, Cathy Brown, and CEO of Psycle, Rhian Stephenson.
HEALTHY BODIES AND MINDS: NATURE OR NURTURE?
With Deepak Chopra
Saturday 14 May, 5.00PM – 6.30PM
What is your health and happiness destiny and do you have the power to change it for the better? Join The Antidote’s Editor Suzanne Duckett and special guest Deepak Chopra, the world-renowned holistic health hero, for a potentially life-changing and life-extending conversation on genes and how to unleash your secret superpowers. As holistic health advocates, Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley will also be joining Suzanne to kick off the conversation and share with us their own secrets to their superpowers.
HOW CAN I UNEARTH MY INNER ATHLETE?
With Keri-Anne Payne, Stefanie Reid and Sophie Radcliffe
Wednesday 1 June, 7.00PM – 8.30PM
Your body is amazing and it’s the only one you have. Are you making the most of it? Join The Antidote’s Editor Suzanne Duckett and three inspirational female athletes and adventurers talking about how and why they continue to celebrate their bodies, regularly taking themselves physically and mentally to the edge of wildness. The panel includes Keri-Anne Payne, Olympic medallist open water swimmer, Stefanie Reid, amputee and track Paralympian, and Sophie Radcliffe, endurance adventurer.
DO WE NEED TO RETHINK WHAT FITNESS MEANS TO US?
The Pool makes interesting, inspiring, original content for busy women, focusing on anything from people and politics to film, fashion and food. Founded by broadcaster Lauren Laverne and Editor Sam Baker, The Pool comes to the Hemsley + Hemsley Café to discuss the best ways to care for our bodies and minds.
With host Lucy Dunn
Wednesday 27 April, 7.00PM – 8.30PM
Do we need to rethink how we view fitness? Is “feeling the burn” and the notion of striving for the perfect abs unrealistic and outdated? And should fitness be just as much about improving your mind as improving your health too? In this panel discussion The Pool’s deputy editor Lucy Dunn and top experts discuss what fitness means to them in 2016. Panellists include Rhian Stephenson, CEO of contemporary spin studio Psycle; Emma Young, author of Sane: How I Shaped Up My Mind, Improved My Mental Strength and Found Calm and Tanya Joseph, the brains behind Sport England’s brilliant and inspiring campaign #ThisGirlCan. Tickets include a complimentary drink and sharing plate from the Hemsley + Hemsley cafe.