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My new company which you can view at     

I made the decision to start up this business after I met so many talented students on my adult leisure courses that I teach at Sussex Downs College.  I taught many students the art of Make Up Artistry and some were very talented, in fact so talented that I could not let their talents go to waste.

With this in mind, the wellbeing angels was formed - I had a team of Massage therapists, Beauticians, Make up artists and Hair stylists who could visit different workplaces to bring wellbeing into the workplace!

I was still in the very early stages of setting this business up when I took my children to their school disco, here I met Katie Weir, a Personal Trainer who thought that she would be a great asset to the wellbeing angels team so that I could also offer exercise in the workplace - that, teamed up with me being a Zumba Instructor and hey presto, something else for workplaces!

Now that this idea was fully formed and I had my team of people it was time to get my website up and running.  I love my website! it is exactly how I envisaged it (after a lot of changes and to'ing and thro'ing of course)

The wellbeing angels is now a fully established company and we are available to;  bring wellbeing into your workplace, for corporate events, work party's, pamper in the home and much, much more!

For more information, please contact me at
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