Inspire Wellness is a 6 part series of lectures exploring the effects of lifestyle on our health and what we can do to slow down ageing. Experts from some of Hong Kong’s largest institutions in health and wellness will be sharing their research and knowledge in the areas of sleep, stress management, brain health, movement, beauty, nutrition, mental and physical well being. You will be leaving with practical tips to gain control over your health now and prevent ageing diseases in the future.

Zora Benhamou from and Neelam Harjani founder of are the coordinators of this enlightening event that may just change your life. Neelam and Zora have searched for experts in the fields of the six pillars of longevity who can not only explain how we are ageing too quickly and crumbling under the pressure we put on ourselves, but can give practical tools on HOW we can slow it down and even reverse it.

Zora and Neelam
Zora Benhamou from and Neelam Harjani founder of

The Lecture Schedule:

Thursday 19 April: To Eat or Not to Eat?

Clear the confusion on intermittent fasting and time restricted feeding. Learn what to eat and how best to nourish your body to slow ageing. Experience shifts in your mental patterns that encourage healthier choices to rid the struggle with diet and sabotaging behaviours, become your own support system as you are mentally and physically more connected.

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Guest Speaker: Dr. Joëlle Bradford, Naturopathic Doctor (Canada), BSc. Clinical Nutrition (Canada)


Thursday 3 May: Secrets to Living Stress Free

Understand the mechanisms of both physical and mental stress and how integrating a state of relaxation optimizes your healthspan according to the latest research. Experience breathing techniques to release stress, reduce brain fog and bring mental calm and clarity to improve decision making.

Guest Speaker: Angie Tourani – Adv CBP, CBI, MS Instructor, PaRama BP


Thursday 10 May: Movements to Last a Lifetime

Appreciate the importance of movement from a biochemical, hormonal and neural perspective. Understand the latest scientific research exposing the type of training proven to turn back the body clock. Learn which movements are the quickest and most effective ways to improve strength, tone and funcionality to live a life free from tension and stiffness for now and the future.

Guest Speaker:  Dr. Aaron Anderson, Osteopath, Sports Therapist – B. App. Sci. (Sport Science), B. App. Sci. B. Clin. Sci. (Osteopathy)


Thursday 24 May: Sleep Better. Live Longer.

Learn factors that contribute to the quality of sleep and why deep restful sleep slows ageing. We will examine thought patterns and explore techniques to get your body and mind in a state of deep relaxation and to promote positive thinking.

Guest Speaker:  Kate Bridle, RPSGT Registered Polysomnographer and Behavioural Sleep Specialist and founder of


Thursday 7 June:  Slow Time to Sharpen the Mind

Discover how our brains age and what we can do to combat the signs of dementia. Understand the role mental health plays in ageing. Discover a self care system and learn holistic health promoting techniques to use now that our future self will thank us for.

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Guest Speaker:  Sebastian Droesler MCouns, Dipl-Psych, B.B.A. is a Counselling Psychologist, Life Coach and Mindfulness Trainer


Thursday 14 June:  Beauty and the Brain

Learn how to present your best self, inside and out. Understand how to decipher which beauty products and techniques are best for ageing skin following Traditional Chinese Medicine wisdom and protocol to understand how beauty from within can radiate outward . Discover natural remedies and breath-work techniques to cleanse toxins from your system.

Featured Guest Speaker:  Clara Chan – Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine – acupuncture and Moxibustion and Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong


Each talk will be offered twice on the day of the event. Choose from two sessions – 10am-12pm or 6:30pm-8:30pm

Tickets:  $300 at the door $250 for one session on EventbriteJoin 3 talks for $500 and all 6 talks for $800 



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