WELCOME TO HEALTHFLIX
An online community built by leading experts in health and wellbeing to help us all get through the stress and isolation of the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis.
We are in an unprecedented situation world-wide. Dealing with fear, disruption and doubt as the world changes before our eyes, how we live and cope during this difficult time is more important than ever for our emotional wellbeing as a community – HealthFlix Team
Self-isolate without isolating yourself
HealthFlix is a series of free online classes from international leaders in health, wellbeing, psychology and lifestyle, designed to help us all cope in this time of global crisis and beyond. Watch all videos on our YouTube Channel.
Topics covered by the HeathFlix classes include:
- Staying connected during isolation
- Learning easy skills to manage stress and anxiety
- How to sleep well
- Coping should a loved one get sick
- How to stay active
- How healthcare workers can look after themselves
- Dealing with the information overload
Suddenly got time? We’ve got you covered
HealthFlix will provide up to eleven half-hour live sessions per day, from Monday 30 March and initially continuing for two weeks. See the schedule below.
Don’t worry if you miss a class – recordings will appear later on the HealthFlix website and our YouTube channel.
So many ways to watch
Up to a thousand people can enrol in the live classes, giving you the opportunity to interact with experts at the cutting edge of their disciplines.
To register for a session;
Or treat yourself to a HealthFlix binge by watching recorded sessions on our website and YouTube channel.
The speakers you’ll want to hear
HealthFlix is truly grateful to an all-star lineup of internationally renowned experts in health and wellness who have given their time for free during this period of global crisis.
Those leading HealthFlix classes include:
- Ruby Wax, actor, comedian and mental health campaigner
- Dean Ornish, founder of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute, directing clinical research into how comprehensive lifestyle changes help fight heart disease and cancer
- Daniel Siegel, clinical psychiatrist at UCLA and author of The Mindful Brain
- Michael Dixon, GP and chair of the College of Medicine, a driving force behind the “social prescribing” movement to find health support within the community
- Stephen Porges, founding director of the Traumatic Stress Research Consortium and originator of the Polyvagal Theory, shedding light on how trauma affects us
Building a better, healthier world
With so many people suddenly confined to their homes, there’s never been a better time to learn easy skills and build habits to balance stress, keep moving, stay calm, get to sleep, and manage negative emotions. These are practices you’ll want to hold on to and develop in the long-term, whatever your circumstances.
Social isolation and stress were not invented with this virus. For the HealthFlix team, the big question is: “Can we take this crisis – this pause in our lives – and use it to get inspired, to learn new skills and better understand the science that will help support ourselves, our families and our communities in the future?”
This Week's Schedule
|Time (UK)||18th May||19th May||20th May||21st May||22nd May||23rd May||24th May|
|1.00am||Spanda – tuning into the motive impulse behind all movement, thought and emotion|
Next Week's Schedule
|Time (UK)||25th May||26th May||27th May||28th May||29th May||30th May||31st May|
|1.30pm||Simple tools to help kids self-regulate - for parents, carers and teachers|
|5.00pm||Living with Neurodegenerative Disease: Fostering Social Connection in a Time of Social Distancing|
Indu Subramanian MD
|6.00pm||Healing Happens When You Take 5 to Thrive: Sustainable Yoga-Based Self Care|
Cheryl Van Demark