What is Exhale?

Exhale is a new online festival helping people to navigate life’s challenges and changes with newfound strength and wisdom.

Our programme is built around the challenges we face everyday in our inner and outer worlds. These challenges will be different for every person so our focus is on empowering you to develop a roadmap for navigating the unique circumstances of your life.

We’ve been working on Exhale for five years now – putting huge thought into creating a festival that would help people to grow through what they go through so they can live life to its fullest.

Our World Today

Exhale also acknowledges that we live in an increasingly complex, volatile world; a world where we don’t always have the knowledge and resources we need to flourish.

Struggling with your mental wellbeing against this backdrop is not a sign of weakness. Our world is changing at breakneck speed and millions of us have mental whiplash from this rollercoaster ride.  More than anything, we want you to know that you are not alone in this.

Our Programme

Our programme of 50 online events is now live! You can find it HERE.

Our talks and workshops will present a diverse range of insights, tools and strategies for you to explore.

You will learn from world leading experts in the fields of mental and emotional wellbeing including therapists, behavioural scientists, best-selling authors, TED speakers, neuroscience experts, podcasters and academic researchers.

At the festival, you will design a roadmap for navigating the unique circumstances of your life, so you can live life to it’s fullest.

Our Team

We are the production team behind the award-winning Good Grief Festival, led by Good Grief’s event director Aisling Mustan. Founded by Dr Lucy Selman in 2020, Good Grief has supported 30,000 people who are grieving, providing knowledge, tools and resources, as well as a virtual community where people feel less alone in their grief.

Our Aims

Help people to navigate life's ups and downs with newfound strength and wisdom.

Build a community of solidarity and support where people feel less alone.