Three former colleagues at TRO, the events and experiential marketing agency -Sarah Mayo, Nicky Morgan and Siôn Stansfield – have launched POINT3 Wellbeing, a range of consultancy services that help people re-evaluate their approach to wellbeing.

Aimed primarily at companies and its employees, POINT3 Wellbeing has created a range of products and services – categorised by the three pillars of consult, educate and energise – to help people understand the combined importance and benefits of movement and mindfulness to wellbeing, and the impact people’s lifestyles could be having on their overall health.

With the corporate world demanding ever more, POINT3 Wellbeing recognises that it is critical for businesses to better support the wellbeing of its employees. This is backed by “The Thriving at Work” report, commissioned by the government in 2017, which estimates the cost of poor mental health to the economy as a whole at between £74 billion and £99 billion per year. It also highlights that every year an estimated 300,000 workers are leaving their jobs on account of a mental health related issue.

Sarah Mayo, co-founder of POINT3 Wellbeing, commented: “Movement and mindfulness are the foundational principles of POINT3 Wellbeing. Regular practice in both can have a dramatic impact on people’s health and happiness. POINT3 Wellbeing combines the two into one, so it is more sustainable for people who are juggling many commitments. Through our work with businesses we aim to educate and energise people to improve focus, productivity, creativity, overall health and wellbeing, and relationships at work and at home.”

Nicky Morgan, co-founder of POINT3 Wellbeing, said: “I’ve long been fascinated with the mind and how it affects our thoughts, feelings and behaviour. We have created POINT3 Wellbeing with the simple mission of helping people to stress less and smile more. This starts with the mind and having a desire and motivation to choose a healthier lifestyle. Our range of products and services help with goal setting, and with finding the right balance of movement and mindfulness to see improvements day-to-day.”

Siôn Stansfield, co-founder of POINT3 Wellbeing, added: “For many years I’ve been interested in physical fitness and the impact the mind has on how the body performs. Along the way I’ve adopted certain tools and techniques to help me perform at my best. Much of this is built into what we offer at POINT3 Wellbeing. We each bring our own experience of working in highly pressurised positions over the years, and the tips we’ve picked up along the way to manage this pressure.”