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Sarah Keane

Sarah Keane

Senior Wellbeing Consultant


Zevo Health

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MSc Nutrition, Physical Activity and Public Health, University of Bristol, 2005



Sports Science

Wellbeing Coach

With 20 years of experience working in the domain of health and wellness, Sarah has been a longstanding advocate of an integrative, holistic approach to enhance wellbeing. Her extensive background as a trainer, health coach and facilitator laid the foundation for her consultancy role within Zevo, first joining our team in 2019.

Currently undertaking a Professional Doctorate in Human Performance and Innovation, her main interest is exploring the link between consciousness, wellbeing and performance. This encompasses mind-body medicine, meditative practices, flow state and relational dynamics, with a particular focus on the impact of conscious leadership on work-life quality and longevity.

Considering herself to be somewhat of a hybrid-hippie, free time is spent coaching her daughter’s basketball team, working out, attending cacao ceremonies, sound baths, nature hikes, circling and ecstatic dances. Time with family and friends is always high on her priority list – but the highlight of each year is always spending summer months volunteering in Sweden at a world-famous course and festival centre. Her dream is that the beauty and magic she experiences in conscious community scales so that it becomes more accessible in the hustle and bustle of modern mainstream living, and her work aims to support that to happen.


Workplace Wellbeing Trends 2023

January 25, 2023

Our annual workplace wellbeing trends eBook is a combination of forecasted trends for the year coming and reviewing key wellbeing trends that dominated in the past year.

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Wellbeing 360 – The importance of wellbeing technology in 2023

March 22, 2023

Join Senior Wellbeing Consultant, Sarah Keane and Account Executive, Fiona Naughton as they explore the benefits of using an all-in-one digital health and wellbeing platform to better support employees.

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The Ultimate Winter Wellbeing Guide

January 18, 2023

Our team of Wellbeing Specialists has created the Ultimate Winter Wellbeing Guide to provide you with practical tips to keep your wellbeing boosted and on track this winter season.Winter poses us with a variety of challenges to our health and wellbeing.

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Flow State and Peak Performance

June 20, 2023

Have you ever watched someone perform and been in awe of how effortless they made it look? Whether in sports, arts, business – there are countless contexts in which people make really challenging tasks seem incredibly easy.

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Exercise in Different Stages of Life

April 11, 2023

Age is only a number’ is something most of us have heard or said at some point, and while often only meant in jest, we’ve never had so much evidence to back up the truth of it. As our understanding of the differences between chronological and biological age has grown in recent years, and research on epigenetics expands – we are starting to appreciate now more than ever, that how we feel and function does not have to be defined by our age, certainly not to the extent it used to be.

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Demystifying Holistic Strategies to Enhance Wellbeing

January 25, 2023

With organisations increasingly adopting a whole-person approach to improve employee health, some aspects integral to wellbeing still remain somewhat on the fringe.

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Meaningful Disconnection and Optimising Technology Use

August 17, 2022

This week, we are joined by Sarah Keane, Wellbeing Specialist for Zevo Health. Modern technology has a massive hold over us today. As much as technology is a fantastic asset to us, understanding how to optimise it for our overall wellbeing is key.

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The impact that body image is having on our values and sense of self-worth

June 29, 2022

Never in human history have we collectively been aware of, and indeed consumed by, our physical appearance – thanks to widespread access to camera technology and constant exposure to social media.

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Women’s Health in the workplace

October 18, 2022

Women’s health is beginning to get a lot more well-deserved attention, and rightfully so. Topics that were formerly considered to be somewhat taboo in the work environment are being openly discussed at long last.

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