We’ve experienced first-hand the effect high-pressure jobs can have on health, and the effect poor health can have on wellbeing and performance. We created BioMe to help organisations break this vicious circle, put employee wellbeing first, and thrive as a result. This is not a new idea, but we think it can be done better.
Meet the founders
I suffered with a chronic health problem for many years, before finally accepting that my choices may have something to do with it. I left my banking job in 2015 to go back to university and figure out how to make myself better (it’s a work in progress). I’ve learnt a few things along the way, things that everyone in search of wellbeing should know. I have a BSc in nutrition and a BA in economics, and I’m also a certified Tiny Habits® coach.
I’ve been a chartered physiotherapist for over 15 years, primarily working with the UK Police, and I’ve been competing in elite-level endurance sports for even longer. This has given me a unique insight into the mechanics of human movement. Learning how to move well is essential to wellbeing and performance, but it doesn’t get the attention it deserves. I’d like to change that. I have a BSc in sports science and a BSc in physiotherapy.
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