Brthe, a ‘mind gym’ and meditation space, opened this year in Auckland, providing a place for stressed-out souls to unwind. We ask founder Brittany Kendall (pictured opposite centre) what prompted her mindfulness venture and how she brings the power of meditation to her business.

in the corporate jungle. I was in a number of marketing management roles prior to opening Brthe – so I know the challenges of navigating a fast-paced environment, and a corporate world that often glorifies stress and sees exhaustion as a badge of honour. I’m no stranger to late nights at the office.

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