The Resilience Project Tickets
4 Upcoming Events
New Zealand4 Events
- 1/11/2022Tuesday 07:00 pmDunedin, NZGlenroy AuditoriumThe Resilience Project
- 4/11/2022Friday 07:00 pmTakapuna Beach, NZBruce Mason CentreThe Resilience Project
- 5/11/2022Saturday 07:00 pmTakapuna Beach, NZBruce Mason CentreThe Resilience Project
- 8/11/2022Tuesday 07:00 pmWellington, NZThe Opera House WellingtonThe Resilience Project
Due to popular demand, The Resilience Project has announced additional shows with founder and best-selling author Hugh van Cuylenburg.
This incredible event will give Kiwis the chance to learn about positive mental health strategies in a time where we need them most. Hugh will walk audiences through his journey and tell stories of the incredible people who have inspired him to build resilience and spread happiness. Hugh will visit Dunedin, Wellington and Auckland in 2022.
With the original dates in 2021 postponed due to Covid-19 restrictions, it only elevates the need for positivity and resilience throughout the uncertainty of the pandemic. Hugh has reached over one million people through his best-selling book, incredibly successful podcast (The Imperfects), seminars and school talks, sports teams, and workplace visits. And now, The Resilience Project will share their flagship presentation with the Kiwi public for the first time.
Tickets go on sale at 12pm local time, Thursday November 18.
For complete tour and ticket information, visit: livenation.co.nz.
Hugh van Cuylenburg, founder of The Resilience Project, has previously partnered with elite sports teams (including Australian cricket, netball, soccer, NRL and AFL teams), over a thousand schools and more than 500 workplaces, teaching simple and practical evidence-based mental health strategies to help build resilience and happiness.
Van Cuylenburg is also the best-selling author of The Resilience Project: Finding Happiness Through Gratitude, Empathy and Mindfulness, which has sold over 200,000 copies since it’s release in late 2019. He is the co-host of popular podcast, The Imperfects.
The messages behind The Resilience Project’s work have become ever more powerful over the past twelve months. The public talks see Hugh unpack the research on mental health and break it down into simple tips that will leave you feeling empowered to improve your wellbeing. The talks are for everyone - adults, parents, professionals, and teenagers.