Entries by Optima-life

Talking teams with We Not Me

Our CEO Simon is appearing on the We Not Me podcast this week, talking about teams. The We Not Me podcast is all about how humans connect and get stuff done together, hosted by Dan Hammond and Pia Lee from Squadify. This week’s podcast, episode 22 – released on Friday 18th March, is ideal for […]

New open sessions for The Balance Programme

We are delighted to announce that, from the start of 2022, Optima-life will be offering The Balance Programme to anyone, anywhere. Over the past decade, this has previously been delivered face to face and only available to single organisations who want to invest in a team of 12 plus. However, with the advancement of digital […]

Cracking Christmas gift ideas

If you’re struggling for gift ideas this Christmas or want to give something that’s really going to have an impact, we’ve just launched an Optima-life gift voucher for lifestyle assessment and coaching sessions. Inspired by a recent client request, this is ideal for someone really looking to move forward in 2022. The voucher will provide […]

Reflect, Realign, Reboot – new programme to help staff deal with the demands created during COVID-19

We are delighted to announce the launch of Reflect, Realign, Reboot – a new programme aimed at helping organisations to support staff following the demands created by COVID-19.   The pandemic has generated many unprecedented challenges. From remote working, home schooling, and restricted interaction with friends, colleagues and communities, the pandemic has been a catalyst […]

New Flip Book from Optima-life

We’re very pleased to introduce our new flip book, designed to provide a brief, easy to read overview of our experience and some of the programmes we offer to help organisations to support their teams. The book features more information on programmes such as The Balance Programme – aimed at all levels, looking at the […]

Donating time and funds to Rennie Grove Hospice Care

Optima-life CEO Simon Shepard, has donated £1,000 to Rennie Grove Hospice Care. The funds were raised during a promotional launch event for Simon’s first book. Using expertise obtained throughout his career which spans physiotherapy, sport and business, Simon has written The Battle for Balance to help individuals take ownership of the way they interact with […]