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On The Green Couch Activation Public Podcast goes viral

Started in 2015by Sakhele Ndabeni an art dealer story trader and a serial entrepreneur who studied at University Of Stellenbosch School Of Business.The Green Relaxation Clinic started as an art sanctuary in King Williams Town and manifested to a mental-spiritual space installed with elements of relaxation.

The story of a boy born in apoor household with two uncles diagnosed with mental illness that brought stigma and self esteem destruction inside and outside the school yard.#OnTheGreenCouchActivation is a conversational public podcast covers topics of environmental health,covid19 and its after effects,the new normal, safety, social justice, economic development.They engage with mental health expects, business leaders ,brand influencers, safety officials, brand ambassadors, media personalities,community leaders from various spaces and other people of substance.

#OnTheGreenCouchActivation is as a result of our urban design MENTAL HEALTH FACILITY clinic called THE GREEN RELAXATION CLINIC that operates from Khayelitsha Hospital in Cape Town and at Gibs Institute in Johannesberg.

The clinic spaces is a stress anxiety and depression urban design holistic and destination space that is inspired by Steyn Studio a London-South Africa multi award winning design group behind BOSJES CHAPEL in Worcester one of the best wedding venues South Africa featured in various opulence and tourism world magazines.

Greenspaces SA uses this podcast as a talk therapy public platform to engage collect and mine data towards our research and awareness campaign.We are doing this to reach out to vulnerable people from our city.

Date: 28th May 2021
Starting Time:13h00
Ending Time: 17h00
Venue:Cullinan Square Foreshore
City: Cape Town
Country: South Africa
Contact Person: Sakhi-079 102 7729
Sponsors: Greenspaces SA Tsogo Sun CCID BWM Auto Atlantic

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