Self-employed wellbeing service The Flo Club launches

Wellbeing service offers targeted support

Hemma Visavadia
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A new service 'The Flo Club' has been launched by body therapist Claire Paul in a bid to support the specific wellbeing needs of people who are self-employed or own a small business.

After 20 years of self-employment Paul founded the business specifically to help alleviate the struggles brought on by the pandemic, stress, anxiety or poor mental health. She pointed out there was a growing need for "targeted services" for self-employed people who she said might feel "disconnected, isolated and unsupported". Holistic wellbeing: How protection can better approach the wellbeing challenge Paul continued: "I know from experience the impact of working at home on my own for long periods of time. The feelings of loneliness, motivation issues, the emotional resilience nee...

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