Health and Wellness focusing on both mental and physical health with Muriel Cuddy, Health & Wellness International
"Exceptional organisations prioritise the health and wellbeing of their people and in return their people give everything they have got to protect and advance the health and wellbeing of one another and the organisation" World Health Organisation
About the speaker: Muriel Cuddy's initial qualifications were in business development and marketing. Muriel worked with her dad who was self-employed with a staff of over 300 for 18 years. Her respect for people, how to lead, work ethic, how to scale and build a business all came from these years. Muriel always had a passion for sport, nutrition and the psychology around both. Her evenings were spent studying strength & conditioning and later a Bsc in Nutrition and Dietetics. Muriel spent hours coaching teams and doing one to one appointments with individuals. She also had her family (3 boys and a girl) and this fuelled her passion even more in relation to movement, food and mood. Muriels dad died at 69 years on the operating table while undergoing a triple bypass. His death was the trigger needed to combine her skills, knowledge and passion to start a business in the health and well-being space. Health and Wellness International (HAWI) formally Health and Fitness Ireland is now 7 years in operation. Health and Wellness International is 'The House of Health'. HAWI is an Irish owned, proactive, preventative, education and training company. HAWI offers numerous supports in the areas of mental and physical health plus in depth health screening options. The HAWI team works in over 200 post primary schools, third level colleges, companies, county councils, associations and organisations. They also have numerous clinics nationwide for individuals to attend.
Key Webinar Details:
Time: 5pm - 6.30pm
CPD Credit: 1.5 hours
Make sure that you input your CPA member ID as the attendee when booking, as the CPD credit will not be automatically allocated to your account otherwise