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In the latest episode of the No Bullsh*t Property Podcast, we celebrate Social Wellness Month and embark on a journey to understand how building human connections within the spaces we occupy contribute to our overall feeling of belonging.

Introducing our special guests

Hosts Howard and Paul are joined by wife-and-wife duo Kiera and Aimie Lawlor-Skillen, Founders of the Feel Good Club, who have made incredible strides in building an authentic and community-led wellbeing café and events space in Manchester’s Northern Quarter.

In this episode, you’ll learn about Kiera and Aimie’s story from starting on Instagram to connecting with Howard and CERT leading them to the right space to create their vision in Manchester.

Discover how their excitement and passion for making other people feel good turned into establishing the go-to events space in Manchester and why social wellness is essential to their approach to creating a community-first business.

Kiera and Aimie also share tips on how to tap into the influences that make you feel good during Social Wellness Month.

What role does social wellness play in the property sector?

Social Wellness month encourages everyone to meet new people, bond with others, and build satisfying relationships. However, it’s not always easy to connect with new people and try new experiences outside your comfort zone.

At CERT, we are passionate about building communities, not just properties. We listen to the people who occupy our developments and deliver spaces that encourage collaboration and build authentic communities.

In the latest episode of the podcast, you can hear how the Feel Good Club is utilising commercial space within our Hilton House development to make a positive change to the Northern Quarter.

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