A movement driven by you.
Our mission is to create conversation and change people’s attitudes towards mental health and other stigmatized states. Founded in September 2017 as a running team, UR Enough has become a mental health movement. Through the power of conversation, UR Enough shares real stories from real people from different places, origins, and cultures. These stories provide a glimpse of the diversity of voices, perspectives and circumstances that make up our world. Every life is made up of small and big moments, shaped by success and failure, growth and struggle, magic and mystery. But there are still many topics that we as a society commonly avoid in conversation — such as anxiety, addiction, and pain. And UR Enough is here to shine a bright light onto each of them.
Because there are too few of us that feel we are enough, and there are too many of us that feel alone in their story. There is an unmet need of resources within our community that build resilience and foster empowerment. Both resilience and empowerment act as a process to build personal strength, courage, and vision.
UR Enough is a community that advocates for a vision of wellness. Utilizing the benefits found from conversation and movement, we may all learn how to adapt to, cope with and even be strengthened by adverse circumstances. Speaking truth with the simple phrase ‘UR ENOUGH’, we can help others build resilience, foster empowerment, and cultivate feelings of their own ‘enough-ness’.
Meet kelsey and mandi.
Kelsey is a Western University grad student studying exercise psychology and an advocate for health and wellness, this multi-tasking wonder-woman likes to stay busy. Like really busy. With a background in Kinesiology, her focus is to use movement as a therapy and encourage others to practice self-compassion, embrace vulnerability, and support others to do the same.
Mandi is an actress and producer in Toronto, Mandi’s drive and passion come straight from the heart. Being an advocate for mental health, she focuses on inspiring and lifting others who may be struggling. She wants to continue spreading her thoughts of embracing everyone exactly the way they are, and firmly believes that everyone is exceptional in their own special way.
We started by sharing our stories and now we encourage others to share. This has created a movement beyond ourselves. Together, we can start a national movement and change the conversation of mental health for everyone.
All of our fitness and social events are in support of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). Full disclosure lots of our events involve being active.
Membership in our community is free but does require participation. So come on in; share your story, volunteer with us, form a brand partnership, host us on your podcast, let us take you for a coffee *with your choice of dairy alternative.
Read real stories from real people from different places, origins, and cultures. These stories provide a glimpse of the diversity of voices, perspectives and circumstances that make up our world. Sorry this is not your easy-read-fiction-paperback.
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