York based business woman defies lockdown restrictions to bring people together

A York based business woman, in danger of losing her livelihood, has created an innovative way to bring people together during the pandemic restrictions. 

Claire Cutler-Casey, a kinesiologist living on the outskirts of York, is collaborating with 9 York based industry professionals, all impacted by the coronavirus, to present the B-Well Festival of well-being on June 13th, 2020.

This online health and healing extravaganza connects people with well-being experts from the comfort and safety of their own homes.  

Concerned about reports into the impact of isolation on mental and physical health, Claire and her team are determined to create the perfect ‘at home’ well-being experience, offering 30 interactive workshops on a range of topics to help people support themselves from home. 

Workshops include face to face Q&A opportunities and attendees can request a 1:1 with the practitioner of their choice.

The hand-picked team includes experts in grief and loss, nutrition, relaxation, weight management, sleep, family well-being and professional make-up.  You can even immerse yourself in a sound bath from the comfort of your own front room.

It’s the perfect opportunity to connect people who care, Claire says.  We have come to cherish the annual health and healing events that happen all over our vibrant city, and I can’t see such gatherings being possible for quite some time, so I thought ‘what can I do?’ This is the solution. 

Everyone who buys a ticket can nominate a charity to receive 10% of the ticket sales and the charity will be drawn on the day.

The B-Well Festival of well-being runs from 14:30 to 17:00 on June 13th, 2020. Tickets are available from www.clairecutlercasey.com