Build your Emotional Fitness

At 5th Place we train people, groups and organisations how to
become and remain emotionally fit

Build your emotional fitness by regularly attending an Emotional Fitness Class. We offer online recorded classes.

The difference between winning and losing at the highest level of sports play comes down to who is better prepared emotionally.

5th Place's Emotional Fitness College offers courses which educate and enable you to build your emotional fitness and change your life.

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At 5th Place we train people, groups and organisations on how to become and remain emotionally fit. Our emotional fitness training is based on the most recent developments in Neuroscience and over 30,000 individuals have attested to the effectiveness of our programmes.

We have a holistic, five fold approach to our interventions.

EDUCATION SUPPORT RESEARCH GROUPS INDIVIDUALS

EDUCATION •  SUPPORT •  RESEARCH •  GROUPS •  INDIVIDUALS

5th Place Emotional Fitness College

Our Emotional Fitness College offers a number of courses for you to build your Emotional Fitness. currently we support overall emotional fitness and anxiety. More courses are currently in the works for anger, burnout, depression, sleep, and stress.

Emotional fitness updates and news

Explore the latest news and information from people, friends and clients about emotional fitness. We share stories, testimonials, ideas and tips and more from across the world. We invite you to stay connected with our community of emotional athletes as, together, we make the world a better place. Updates are published mid-week.

It’s that time again

By 5th Place

A new year brings new opportunities to plan and dream. Here’s an overview of the seven step outline Matthew uses with his clients. By using it you too can achieve your goals and dreams in 2022.

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When things splutter and stall

By 5th Place

Ever had a week of hiccups and scrapes? Where nothing flows and it feels like you are falling over everything and falling out with everyone? We had one. It was not pretty. We survived to tell the tale.

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Doing it on our own

By 5th Place

We have reproduced our mini audio-course “How to Master your Emotions” on our own platform, added a few bonus tracks and offer it to you here with a little gift to celebrate the holidays!

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How to succeed at everything

By 5th Place

To achieve greatness, mastery, goals or any other form of success, it comes down to one simple thing.

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Connectedness, the importance of our relationships with others

By Chantal Dawtrey

As a social species we need each other. We need to be in relationship with others to survive physiologically. Having no people, or having people but no connection, and we shrivel emotionally and physically. In order to thrive it is vital that we build better relationships.

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How to master your emotions course

By 5th Place

Learn how to feel better by learning how to feel, better. An audio course of ten micro lessons offered through InsightTimer.

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About 5th Place

Positively impacting wellbeing

At 5th Place we support the physical and emotional wellbeing of people by enabling and educating them on how to build emotional fitness. We can do this one-on-one or on a scale to match the size of the problem with groups of any size.

Shape of Emotion

Building emotional fitness

Shape of Emotion offers a tool to build emotional fitness and address the scale of the mental, emotional and physical health challenges faced by society today.

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5th Place Offerings

Emotional fitness offerings for everyone

5th Place offers the opportunity to learn how to become and remain emotionally fit. Being emotionally fit leads to improved physical, psychological and relational health and will transform the experience of your life.

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Today's accomplishments were yesterday’s impossibilities.

—Robert H. Schuller