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At Six Senses, connection is at the heart of all we do. At Home invites you to join our global experts and Friends of Six Senses from the comfort of your home (or wherever you are). Find yourself, find a global community, and discover new ways to explore the world of wellness, sustainability and many other topics through our closed group masterclasses.
We love to mix it up and bring a variety of topics, discussions, and expert-led panels for you to enjoy. We hope you can join us.
From shamanic journeys to yoga flow, lion tracking, movement, photography and travel diaries, you’ve had a front row seat (mat) to join our Friends of Six Senses, hosted by our very own Wellness Pioneer Anna Bjurstam. The fun continues with complimentary, closed group conversations of 30 to 60 minutes.
Wednesday, October 12, 2022, 1:00 pm New York/ 6:00 pm London
Work can be one of the greatest sources of satisfaction and meaning in life but for so many, it’s far from that. At Six Senses, we understand that without healthy work, we cannot have a healthy life.
In a changing world, work is an area of life that has evolved dramatically for many. The Great Resignation has expanded to include not only front-line providers but now senior leaders. Tolerance is low for toxic workplaces, bosses, and organizations.
Sustainability at work is more than just the materials we use to build our offices and products. It’s also how we manage our internal states, interact with others, communicate, and lead. These are the soft skills that make work sustainable so that we can not only feel our best but also give our best at work.
Shauna Shapiro is a professor at Santa Clara University, best-selling author, and internationally recognized expert in mindfulness and compassion. Dr. Shapiro has published over 150 journal articles and co-authored three critically acclaimed books translated into 16 languages, including her most recent book: Good Morning, I Love You: Mindfulness & Self-Compassion Practices to Rewire the Brain for Calm Clarity and Joy. Dr. Shapiro is a summa cum laude graduate of Duke and over 2.5 million people have watched her TEDx talk: The Power of Mindfulness.
Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar is an internationally renowned teacher and author in the fields of happiness and leadership. After graduating from Harvard with a BA in Philosophy and Psychology and a PhD in Organizational Behavior, Tal taught two of the most popular courses in Harvard’s history: Positive Psychology and The Psychology of Leadership. Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar is the co-founder of the Happiness Studies Academy, as well as the creator and instructor of the Certificate in Happiness Studies and the Happier School programs.
Bill Duane is the principal at Bill Duane and Associates, a consulting firm focused on the intersection of individual performance, organizational effectiveness and the future. He helps organizations execute well in ambiguity and rapid change through innovation, managing complexity and resilience. He is the Director of Strategy and Implementation at the Center for the Study of Apparent Selves, working on applied AI ethics, funded by a two-year Templeton Foundation grant. He holds a Research Fellowship at Rangjung Yeshe Institute at the University of Kathmandu as part of this effort.
Wednesday, October 19, 2022 at 1:00 pm New York / 6:00 pm London
Wellness Tech is expanding into new frontiers as breakthroughs in understanding the human nervous system and brain are translated into products and services that can help us live longer and better. In this 90-minute panel discussion, we will explore cutting-edge innovations driving this industry and glimpse into the future.
By bringing together biohacker, Dave Asprey, Hyperice Founder Anthony Katz, who has built a leading cryotherapy start-up, and Molly Maloof, a doctor and venture capitalist who shares what she’s seeing about where investors want to invest, participants will enjoy an insider view.
Dave Asprey is an entrepreneur, four-time New York Times bestselling science author, and host of the top 100 podcast Bulletproof Radio, which has more than 200 million downloads. He’s the founder of Bulletproof Coffee and a leading voice in the movement to take control of our own biology. News outlets like the Today Show, CNN, Wired, Good Morning America, Dr. Oz, have featured Dave because he’s the “Father of Biohacking” because he started the movement and hosts the largest and longest-running biohacking conference.
Dr. Molly Maloof is passionate about extending healthspan through her medical practice, personal brand, and entrepreneurial and educational endeavors. She provides personalized medicine to world-class entrepreneurs, investors, and executives. Since 2012, she has worked as an advisor or consultant to over 50 companies in the digital health, consumer health, and biotechnology industries. She has been an educator since medical school and pioneered a course on healthspan at Stanford University.
Anthony Katz is the founder and President of Hyperice, a holistic high-performance wellness brand with a mission to help everyone on Earth move and live better. For more than a decade, Hyperice has led a global movement at the confluence of recovery and wellness, specializing in percussion (Hypervolt line), dynamic air compression (Normatec line), vibration (Vyper and Hypersphere lines), thermal technology (Venom line), mind technology (Core by Hyperice) and contrast therapy (Hyperice X).
Dive (albeit virtually) into different topics with world-renowned experts that will help you reflect, understand and relate more deeply to yourself, people and world around you, and open your mind to future growth and possibilities. There are some great practical tools to support you along the way.
How is it that sounds can change how we feel? What happens when we listen with our entire body? Sound healer Leo Cosendai explains the power of sound to transform and heal our souls.
These days people find it easier to lock eyes with a screen than other human beings but we are social beings. How can we use technology to connect with our loved ones in healthier, more fulfilling ways?
With so many philosophies about what to eat and many of them seeming to contradict each other, it can be confusing to know how to do one of our most primary tasks - feed ourselves! Registered Nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert joins Wellness Pioneer Anna Bjurstam to share her passion to simplify wellness.
Every night before we go to bed, we make a deliberate effort to plug in our technology so when we wake up our devices are fully charged to take on the day with full productivity. How often can we say the same for ourselves? How often do you think about your own body and mind being a battery and the things you need to reconnect and recharge for everyday wellness?
Can't turn off your brain? Meditation teacher, Jeff Warren, shares his favorite game-changing tips to do one of the simplest and often most difficult practices in the world - sitting still.
You would think the answer to negativity would be positive thinking, but it isn't. Dr. Barry Michels shares that the real answer is much simpler, you can do it anywhere and it's free.
There is nothing more essential to our health and well-being than breathing: take air in, let it out, repeat 25,000 times a day. Learn the secrets of expert breathers to get the most of every breath.
In our changing world, we are constantly in a state of figuring out how to sow our seeds for a happy life. The secret ingredient? It all starts with focus.