On Wednesday 31st August, we hosted a Brain Breakfast Event at the beautiful Centennial Homestead in Sydney.
The event brought together athletes, nutritionists and like-minded individuals to raise awareness of Ārepa and our brain-boosting benefits.
Hosted by Cooper Chapman - mental health advocate and pro surfer, he introduced our Co-Founder, Angus Brown, who spoke to what Ārepa was all about, how it first started and the mission we are on to make everyone's brain work better.
Cooper then led our guests through a gratitude session and passed over to Rory Warnock - Breathwork specialist and Ultra Marathon runner, who followed with a guided breathwork session. The experience was finished off by Chloe McLeod - registered dietician, who spoke to the benefits of Ārepa from a nutritional point of view. Guests were then led to a purple-diet inspired Brain Breakfast.
The purpose of the event was to communicate our core value. Here at Ārepa, everything we do is for brains – from our scientifically proven brain nutrition to our mission to teach people more about their brain and how to treat it right, we work to make brains work better.
Check out some of the photos from the event below!
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