Widely known as The Naked Lady because of her ability to help women feel great naked, Emily Hall works with time starved women around the world to help stop them binge eating, overeating and emotional eating just by changing how they think so they can get to the weight they desire.
Featured on the GB News, The BBC, The Sun, The Daily Mail, The Mirror, The Express, Yahoo and MSN to name but a few she’s one of the UK’s leading figures on this subject and was named CorporateLiveWire’s Lifestyle Coach of the Year 2021/22.
A Rapid Transformational Therapy Practitioner, Hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistic Programming and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Practitioner and Coach, Emily has over 20 years’ experience with the mind and self-development.
After suffering - and recovering from her own eating and weight issues - Emily created a programme to help women overcome theirs too and gets the most amazing results with her clients.
She is a huge lover of animals and spends her spare time walking her dog, horse riding and drinking wine, not all at the same time although she’s now put that on her vision board as a goal for the future.
Visit her website at fresh-forward.com
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The Great British Workplace Wellbeing Sessions
Real. At. Work. The Great British Workplace Wellbeing Sessions will bring together experts, leading employers and advocates from different sectors of the UK economy to discuss, challenge and shine a light on the significant challenges faced by the workforce of today.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Awards recognising & championing Britain's workplace wellbeing heroes
Launched in partnership by the founders of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards and industry experts and Great British Entrepreneur alumni brand Wellity Workplace Wellbeing, this programme shines a spotlight on those positively changing the lives of the Great British workforce. These awards have been launched to recognise and champion the incredible steps taken by many employers, service providers and individuals in response to our global wellbeing crisis.
This year's shortlist included:
Workplace Wellbeing Matters