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The programme was created from a need in 2021. It began with encouraging hand-written messages on wooden tags in SW London during Lockdown to uplift and inspire people.

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The programme includes beautifully hand-drawn illustrations, calming audio recordings, and now incorporates refreshing, creative, physical activities too. It is based on 7 interconnected steps:

Exercise and refuel purposefully

Minimalise my materialism

Breathe fully


Quieten my mind

Rise above my emotions

Be thankful and kind

Use my words powerfully

This is a beautiful programme that is incredibly easy to follow with results that make a real difference... I try to incorporate the steps into my daily routine, as my secret simple dose of wellbeing and recommend it wholeheartedly to anyone.

– Chrissie Wellington OBE, four times Ironman triathlon World Champion and Global Head of Health and Wellbeing, Parkrun

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The physical element of the programme features an overview of 1 Wellbeing Step each week, with 2 rejuvenating activities, ranging from Dance, Breathe & Stretch, TP Pilates, Origami and Blocking Printing, and more to help bring each Step to life:



Wellbeing: Susie Bush-Ramsey is a creative designer and former international athlete. She created the Love Me programme and 7 Simple Steps (including the daily audios and video animations) to inspire and encourage women to take a more simplistic, sustainable approach to life, whilst in turn,enhancing their wellbeing and empowering them to realise just how amazing they are. In 2021 she teamed up with athlete Chrissie Wellington OBE, to illustrate, write and publish You’re so amazing to bring the overarching concepts of the programme to a wider audience. 


Dance: Emma Chrispin is a choreographer and former West End performer. She landed her first show on the West End at the age of 18, and has since performed in a variety of musicals including Cats, Chicago, Fosse, and The Producers as well as having roles in film and TV.  She has an incredible heart to inspire wellbeing through movement, whilst uplifting and encouraging others to fulfill their potential. 

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Breathe & Stretch: Frankie Arpino discovered the benefits of Breathe & Stretch over 20 years ago and the profound impact it could have on her wellbeing. Since then, she has dedicated her time to offering classes to people of all ages, especially women and teenagers. She passionately shares tools to nourish minds and bodies, helping others to thrive and stay strong.

Visual Arts / Smile Boarding: Red Gibbons-Lejeune specialises in Origami, the Japanese art of paper folding, and in manuscript illumination, the art of decorating text with gold leaf and natural paints. She loves to preserve ancient crafts by bringing them to life in creative ways, whether this is in the form of beautiful flowers, or one-of-a-kind journals to be filled with future dreams and ambitions.

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Women's health: Lydia Campbell is a Clinical Integrated Myofascia and Pilates Therapist who specialises in women's health and the creator of Trigger Point Pilates. As a fitness pioneer for over 40 years, her exercise videos, TV appearances, and events have provided a platform to enhance the wellbeing of women globally. Her expertise in improving pelvic floor health has helped improve the livestyles of so many. 

Stylist: Rachel Green (Oasis Hour only) has been working with women of all ages, who feel stuck, lost, invisible or stagnant with how they look, for over 20 years. She encourages women to embrace their unique attractiveness, see themselves afresh and discover a new approach to their style that provides life-changing results!

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Advisor (remote):

Chrissie Wellington (OBE) is a four-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion and world record holder. She now devotes her life to improving individual and population wellbeing as the Global Head of Health and Wellbeing for Parkrun and is committed to engaging people of all backgrounds, ages and abilities in the Parkrun events to address inequalities that impact many countries across the world.

An illustrative, optional video is sent via email or WhatsApp at the start of each week, outlining the Step for the week. This is then accompanied by a mini daily recording, lasting just 1–2 minutes for added inspiration and encouragement. (samples below)

Step 1: Breathing Fully

Step 1: Breathing Fully

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Week 1 Day 2 Breathe Fully
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We also work in partnership with local charity, Shepherd's Star as part of their Explore programme, to deliver the 7 Steps from the Love Me programme to enhance wellbeing amongst those in our community who may be facing, or at risk of experiencing economic or social disadvantage. We've also enjoyed working in collaboration with local schools/home-schooling groups


The Love Me Mini Handbooks have been distributed to women's prisons around the UK and a digital version of this programme is shared with vulnerable women around the country via a new Content Hub.

The Love Me Women's Wellbeing programme is kindly supported by LiveWell, Kew, Richmond Parish Lands, the Active Richmond Fund, the National Lottery Community Fund. and generous individuals.

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