Super-a FOUNDERS

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Wayne Lèal

WAYNE LÈAL aka: Mr. Super-Ager as described by the Telegraph newspaper is the creator of the SUPER-AGEING Wellness concept. He is a testament to what he has achieved: featured in several newspapers, magazines and featured on the BBC News. He is a published author (Lone Wolf), Senior Yoga instructor, NLP Coach, former magazine publisher, designed the livery for an international airline, and winner of a small businessman of the year award. He has cheated death, injured every major joint in his body and had several invasive surgeries.

Few people can claim to have built their own studio, taught at the world’s best spas and trained world champion athletes, and Captains of industry. His training programs KUN-AQUA and JUMPGA (endorsed by the Yoga Alliance Professionals) acknowledge the fact that getting your mind and body into shape at 40 and over is different to the one you faced at 20. He said; My goal is to build a global fitness club, podcast, social and digital video. Delivering our message in new and compelling ways offering new perspectives on physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, environmental, and social wellbeing.People with the most enviable lifestyles seek his advice, placing responsibility for their whole wellbeing in his ‘SUPER-AGEING’ philosophy.

Wayne said; ‘Ageing is inevitable, but how we age is different for everyone. The desire to defy age and improve physical performance is as ancient as human history itself. The discipline to exercise is not necessarily there in people who need to do it the most. When you want to exercise, but don’t, it, most likely, results from not being sufficiently motivated. You will only achieve something if you really want it; it’s as simple as that.’

Josh Salzmann

JOSH IS passionate about fitness and wellbeing (both physical and mental). He firmly believes that an individual’s body and mind are their most important assets. Josh has been a fitness instructor for over 40 years.

He has worked with senior executives and leading entrepreneurs such as Bob Diamond (Barclays), Jonathan Davies (Discovery) and Prof Sir Chris Evans (Arthurian Life Sciences), members of the Royal family such as the Duke and Duchess of York, and celebrities and sports personalities such as John Cleese, Sir Kenneth Branagh, Kate Winslet, Angelina Jolie, Scarlett Johansson, Pierce Brosnan, Sir Paul McCartney, Ernie Els, and Andriy Shevchenko.

Josh is frequently asked to write columns/articles for national and international newspapers (including the Telegraph) and magazines on topics such as fitness, nutrition, sleep and mindfulness breaks.

He is also a published author of a fitness/energy book, has released two videos on his philosophy of fitness and wellbeing, and can be found giving advice/tips on media channels including YouTube. Josh’s philosophy is to ‘forget the fads’ and focus on the important things, such as emotional health and eating and drinking correctly.

By doing so, he has helped even the busiest of people to increase their energy levels and in turn get the most out of their daily lives.