Reboot 2019


A yearlong plan on how to support
Physical and Mental Wellbeing

Reboot 2019


A yearlong plan on how to support Physical and Mental Wellbeing

Discover The journey

Our Gift to you

In March we launched Reboot 2019, with talks from some of our country’s leading academics on the 4 pillars of Physical Health – Exercise, Sleep, Sunlight, Nutrition. Followed by a yearlong plan of events, activities, talks and articles. To get involved contact us here.


The Club at The Ivy

Fri 1st March 2019


RunThrough Hyde Park

Sat 13th April 2019


London to Brighton

Sun 16th June 2019


Swim Serpentine

Sat 21st September 2019





Mini Triathlon

Sun 17 November 2019


We bring you the latest Inspiration & Knowledge on the 4 pillars of Physical Health – Exercise, Sleep, Sunlight & Nutrition. As well as training and support for the 4 events throughout the year – Run, Bike, Swim, Mini-Tri.

The year’s programme of events and experiences
culminates in a November Finale

A celebratory day of Wellbeing with an inside/outside mini Triathlon at its centre – and including talks, classes and After Party. The Purpose of the day is to bring the learnings across the year into a fun day open to all.

In support of the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust

To the outside world Charlie Waller had everything to live for, a successful career, good friends and a loving family. In September 1997 Charlie took his own life at the age of 28. He was suffering from depression and no longer had the strength to cope with life. Shortly after this tragic event his family founded The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust.

The aim of the Trust is to increase awareness of the signs and the dangers of depression amongst young people and to encourage those who may be depressed to seek help. It also encourages those that are well to pick up the symptoms in others and persuade them to get help.

Since Charlie’s death in 1997, his parents, family and friends have worked through the Trust to increase awareness of the symptoms and dangers of depression and remove the stigma that is attached to mental illness

The Wondr Project

The Wondr Project is the name we give to our Research in better understanding how to design really meaningful experiences, in order to help people perform to their best in the good times and build resilience in tougher times.

Our area of learning is within the field of positive psychology & neuroscience. We are particularly interested in the link between Peak Experiences and Peak Performance – and we have been influenced by the likes of Maslow, Haidt, Csikszentmihalyi, Seligman, Frankl to name a few.

Over the last decade we have been learning and developing our ideas into Talks, Webinars, Events, Activities & Digital Content (web, social, film).

Reboot 2019 we are focusing on the link between Physical and Mental Health and creating a programme of events, experiences and activities to help people better understand how to embed these learnings into their day to day lives. It is also to have fun, while at the same time being underpinned with a sincere message and cause.


1st March


13th April


16th June


21st September

Indoor Mini-Tri

17th November

We plan to hold a City Retreat where we can take a deeper look into these areas. More information to follow.
Upcoming Event


London to Brighton

Sun 16 June 2019