Shine’s team of experts understand the realities and challenges of business life, having worked at a range of companies before moving into the wellbeing industry.

Since launching in spring 2018, we have helped over 100 companies improve the health and happiness of their workforce, which in turn has boosted overall business performance. 

We also work with a wider network of trusted partners to deliver activities and workshops covering sleep, nutrition, physical activity, mindfulness, dance, yoga, meditation, and nutrition.

Meet the team

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Matthew Carlton, Founder

In 2017, Matthew gave up a career in marketing to pursue his passion for exercise and wellbeing, retrained and began studying workplace wellbeing. He identified a growing demand to help companies support both the physical and mental wellbeing of their employees – and SWW was born! Matthew regularly shares his workplace wellbeing expertise in the media and at industry events, where he is known for his insightful and upbeat approach.

He oversees commercial duties and client programmes at Shine and is constantly looking for new, innovative ways to help companies create better workplaces where employees can thrive. He boosts his own wellbeing via physical activity: a keen runner, he has completed six marathons and loves playing football and cricket, particularly with his two young sons!

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Rebecca Oldham, Physical Health

Sport has always been a massive part of Rebecca’s life; as a teenager she was a county athlete, playing netball since she was nine and in more recent years, running the London Marathon. Until her late 30s sport and fitness were just hobbies she enjoyed outside of her public sector, office-based job. However after the birth of her first son in 2015, she embarked on a change of career change.

In 2017, she qualified as a Level 3 personal trainer and this enabled her to leave her desk job and follow her passion for health and fitness. In addition to working with Shine, Rebecca is currently a PT at a boutique transformation gym, as well as running online classes to help people stay fit and healthy during lockdown.

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Vikki Little, Mindfulness

After 20 years in the fast-paced and competitive automotive industry, and 10 years into running my own business, Vikki discovered Mindfulness. According to her “it has been one of the most positive changes I have made to my life; a change that has benefited me in so many different ways; my wellbeing, my relationships, my businesses and in my overall enjoyment of life and all that it has to offer.”

Vikki’s unique approach combines her experience as an executive working with a range of brands and companies and a business owner operating in a tough industry with mindfulness techniques and transformational coaching to help individuals and organisations improve wellbeing, achieve balance in all areas of life, reduce anxiety, particularly in the workplace, realise potential and achieve personal and professional growth.

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Gow Nimalan, Junior Consultant

With a degree in Medical Anthropology from Durham University, Gow is dedicated to caring for communities by promoting better health through the improvement of mental wellbeing. She supports the delivery of a number of our client wellbeing initiatives.

Often working alongside our specialist partners she is committed to analysing and reporting new and relevant information on thriving in the workplace, as well as regularly contributing to our content through articles, blogs and social media. Her own methods of living a happy lifestyle is through meditation and running.



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Khadeeja Sheikh, Yoga

After suffering for most of her life with debilitating stress-related conditions, Khadeeja was astounded how much yoga helped her to work through these, healing to create a life that was happier, more balanced and fulfilled. 

In 2016 she completed her Teaching Diploma with Yoga Alliance and has grown her following and experience since. She regularly teaches Hatha yoga, a traditional Eastern discipline which combines strength and flexibility through a series of movements linked with a focus on breathing, helping to develop a sense of inner wellbeing and calm.

As well as working with Shine, Khadeeja also works with Nuffield Health, running yoga sessions for all levels at their gyms across SW London.

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Jemma Carlton, Zumba

A graduate of Rose Bruford College of Theatre & Performance, Jemma is a classically trained actor and dancer. In 2019 she trained as a Zumba instructor and has worked with Shine for businesses including the Rose Theatre and Workspace, as well as running sessions during a number of client online wellbeing weeks. 


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Martin Roberts, Mental Health

Martin Roberts is a keynote mental health speaker and a Mental Health Lead at one of the UK’s largest financial institutions. Martin delivers with experience, having survived events that were to define him both personally and professionally. 

Such experiences were the start of a journey he never imagined possible, but that he now uses as a positive force. His work has been appreciated by thousands of employees across the UK, as he normalises conversations around mental health in the workplace, and ensures that workers of all levels are able to appreciate their own mental health and help others who may be struggling.

As well is delivering mental health focused sessions for us, he is also the founder of Keep In Mind.

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Nigel Pacey, Consultant

Nigel helps Shine’s clients to embed a wellbeing culture in their organisations, by ensuring senior management understand the benefits of a happy, healthy workforce. He delivers training in areas such as workplace culture, resilience training, and managing with empathy.

In 2012, he set up Huntcliff Ltd to provide leadership coaching and training for housing associations, local authorities and charities. He is currently Chair of the Trustees for Elmbridge Rentstart, a charity which helps single homeless people into accommodation in the private sector. Nigel likes to boost his wellbeing with a weekly round of golf!

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Meg Murray Jones, Parenting

Meg supports parents with their own wellbeing, using her knowledge of their emotional and physical journey into parenthood and beyond. This knowledge is complemented by both her past experience in director roles at leading PR agencies, as well as being a mother to two children. As a MAR qualified reflexologist, she has helped clients navigate stress, trauma and imbalance.

She is also the driving force behind Postpartum Plan’, providing all the experts new parents should have access to, via a ‘virtual village’ online dashboard.