Reebok & KIND have joined forces to create an inspiring and uplifting event on the gloomiest morning of the year that provides the nation with tools and tips to enable them to exercise kindness & protect their mental health. The event will support and raise donations for CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) to enable them to continue their life saving work.

As a brand that has always recognised that physical and mental health go hand-in-hand, the holistic event coincides with the launch of Reebok’s highly anticipated Nano X1, the latest iteration in the iconic Nano series. Designed to be the most supportive, comfortable and versatile training shoe the brand has ever made, the Nano X1 is ready to take on any fitness or lifestyle demand thrown its way.

 The event line-up brings together experts spanning mental and physical health disciplines including Reebok ambassador Tyrone Brennand, leadership coach and author Mel Wells, comedian Joel Dommett, & Dr Tosin Sotubo. There will also be a breathwork session led by creator of The Wellbeing Circuit and Reebok employee, Lucy Denver. The discussion on mental health and ‘exercising kindness’ will be led by Harry Corinfrom KIND.

Tickets cost £5 with all proceeds donated to CALM. Each attendee will receive a virtual goody bag worth £50. The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against suicide.

Tyrone Brennand said: “Exercise and kindness is a really important message. Exercise is a huge part of my life and it helps to keep myself and others that I train focused and feeling positive and upbeat. Being kind, to others and yourself, is also super important because it helps to spread this positive and loving energy, and any gesture of being kind to people can make someone’s day, something that is more and more important in times like these.”

The event will run between 7am – 8:30am GMT on January 18th. For a place at the event, please sign up HERE.

The Reebok Nano X1 silhouette will be globally available from 3rd February in a wide range of colorways on