Neil Davis - Founder & Resident Wellbeing Engineer
Hi im Neil and my passions in life are Music and Wellbeing.
Ive spent nearly 20 years working in Health & Wellness all over the world as a Holistic Therapist & Coach, and Educator, helping people and communities upgrade their internal and external worlds by optimising their Health, Wellbeing and Lifestyle.
My deep immersion into all aspects of health and wellbeing has taken me all over the world. Whether its been; optimising human performance as a University Lecturer and Researcher, leading the Athlete Performance department for World Cup sports teams and Olympic Athletes in New Zealand and Latvia, assisting people to work through trauma and deepen their self connection with Mind Therapies, Breathwork and Sound Therapy in Mexico, or running a busy Pain Management Clinic in the UK, ive always believed that by looking at the wholistic picture of ones Self, and with a bit of guidance, we have the innate skills to heal ourselves and live any dream we consciously create.
Music has been my original passion and channel for my creative expression since my introduction to the dance music scene in South Africa in the mid 90's. It has given me the opportunity to live out my dreams over the last 20 years as an Artist, DJ & Event Curator all over the world from; New Zealand to Eastern Europe, Singapore to Spain, Australia to Mexico and the UK, where i now live.
Today i mix my passions in wellbeing and music; working one to one, teaching courses in health & wellbeing, and curating & managing wellbeing events and stages for music labels and festivals, in the UK & Europe.
BUT... lifes not always been so positive. My greatest gift in life came in 2012, while taking a break from wellness to focus on music and the dream of opening a venue in London. The challenges i experienced, the anxieties and the stress i placed on myself to be a success led to years of internal struggles, self sabotage and disconnection resulting in breakdowns, "severe depression", addictions, numerous hospitalisations and rehab.
Painful, humbling and somewhat ironic after 10+ years researching & teaching wellbeing to others. The humble road to recovery began with putting me first and focussing on my self care which guided me to delve deep into study leading me to complete a second Masters in 2018, this time in stress and pain management alongside a variety of mind-body trauma therapies.
I'm eternally grateful for all of my experiences that have deeply enriched my life and drive to bridge the gap between wellbeing and music and continue giving back to an industry that has been central to my life for 20+years.