The Men's Health Club

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Utilising lifestyle change including improving sleep, reducing stress, increasing exercise/movement to optimise energy and instil more effective habits

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Tony Winyard – Habits, Sleeping, Breathing, Nutrition, Movement & Mindset Coach
Tony Winyard – Habits, Sleeping, Breathing, Nutrition, Movement & Mindset Coach

Want to feel better, starting now?

With so much information circulating about health and wellness, it can be tempting to jump into the latest diet or craze. The problem is that most fads have a narrow focus on only one area.

To really feel better, you need to improve all areas of your health and happiness.

The Men's Health Club

Focus of this Workshop

Emotions, ED, Exercise, Mental health, Relationships, Sleep, Stress Reduction, Risk factors which affect men's health, Behaviour & Habits


The workshop is delivered by experienced Functional Medicine Health Coach:

Tony Winyard


The 1st Monday of every month

Upcoming dates:

October 24
November 28
December ?
January 23

[To be decided on; a possible alternate date around Xmas]

Health Coach Tony Winyard
Health Coach Tony Winyard

The workshops in Nailsworth take place at:

The Mortimer Room,
Nailsworth Village Hall,
Old Market,

Workshop Information

Attendance is £20 in advance or £25 on the door

Tickets can be purchased using the “sign up now” link:

Start time 7pm (30 minutes to present the topic and then 60 minutes facilitated discussion)

Benefits of attending The Men's Health workshop

We will address various aspects of men’s health including sleep, stress, emotions, ED, focus, energy

Why Group workshops?

Group workshops are the future. Being in a supportive community with a programme designed to facilitate behavior change achieves incredible results. When you have peers to associate with, lean on and work through new changes proves to be one of the most important factors in creating healthier habits that stick.

Definition of Lifestyle Medicine

Lifestyle medicine is a medical specialty that uses therapeutic lifestyle interventions as a primary modality to treat chronic conditions including, but not limited to, cardiovascular diseases, type 2 diabetes, and obesity.  Lifestyle medicine certified clinicians are trained to apply evidence-based, whole-person, prescriptive lifestyle change to treat and, when used intensively, often reverse such conditions. Applying the six pillars of lifestyle medicine—a whole-food, plant-predominant eating pattern, physical activity, restorative sleep, stress management, avoidance of risky substances and positive social connections—also provides effective prevention for these conditions.

Whole Food, Plant-based Nutrition

Extensive scientific evidence supports the use of a whole-food, *predominantly plant-based diet as an important strategy in the prevention of chronic disease, treatment of chronic conditions, and in intensive therapeutic doses, reversal of chronic illness. Such a diet is rich in fibre, antioxidants, and nutrient dense. Choose a variety of minimally processed vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds.
[*Please note, we are not suggesting anyone should/shouldn't be vegan, vegetarian, or any other preference. For some people, small amounts of animal-derived foods is absolutely necessary]

What will I come away with?

You'll gain a better understanding of the things which can disrupt your sleep and changes you can make to improve the quality and duration of your sleep.

Do I need to attend every month to benefit?

Not really. Each time you attend you'll learn more about how you can improve your health and hear from others in the group about what changes were beneficial for them.

Does physical activity help?

Regular and consistent physical activity combats the negative effects of sedentary behavior. It is important that adults engage in both general physical activity as well as purposeful exercise weekly as part of overall health and resiliency.

What is stress management?

Stress can lead to improved health and productivity or it can lead to anxiety, depression, obesity, immune dysfunction, and more. Helping clients recognise negative stress responses, identify coping mechanisms and reduction techniques leads to improved wellbeing.

How important is sleep?

Sleep delays/interruptions have been shown to cause sluggishness, low attention span, decreased sociability, depressed mood, decreased deep sleep, decreased caloric burn during the day, increased hunger and decreased feeling of fullness, insulin resistance and decreased performance. Strive for seven (7) or more hours per night for optimal health.

Terry Lewis – Tony Winyard – Health, Breathing, Sleeping, Mindset & Movement Coach


“…your coaching made me aware of how crucial these areas are by opening my eyes to their importance. As a result, I now think holistically about my entire well-being, not just training and nutrition, and for that insight, I can’t thank you enough.

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