About The Happy Club
We’re creating a loving global community.
We are on a journey to make the world a more loving place, and The Happy Club is the result of this vision.
So much of our attention in this world is unconsciously placed on negativity, fear, and hate – it’s everywhere; in the media, the news, the office, and social media – and it’s taking its toll – the damaging effects this is having on us and everyone around us.
Our aim is simple – let’s make love go viral. Instead of feeding the fear, The Happy Club is THE space to share, enjoy, and spread positive stories, inspiration, and examples of love, kindness, and positivity in the world. It is a place where we can support and love each other, because the more love we give into the world, the more love we will receive. The Happy Club is also a space to access a wide range of mind and body development tools and courses that will further enable your journey to self love and therefore, in the process, make the world a more loving place to be.
Meet the Team
Meet the people behind The Happy Club. We have different backgrounds, but we’ve come together with a common goal. We’ve been on a journey which helped us realise the true meaning of love, happiness, and joy. The answer? It lies within, in loving and accepting our self, and instead of seeking it from outside, bringing love into the world and sharing it with others. We hope you join our loving global community as a Happy Club member and help us spread love together.
Going back in time to when I was a child, I remember always being curious about what’s out there, wondering why things are the way they are; I found everything fascinating. I would test everything, pushing the buttons to see what’s beyond it all. What’s beyond the sky? Why does it have to be so dark in the night? Why can’t there be sunshine all the time? I would dream about a world where I could have everything, be everything, where I could have unlimited love, as many toys as I could play with, ride a bicycle in the woods, fly on a jet plane, play in the rain, be free to do whatever I felt like doing.
I would wake up from this dream into a life which always left me wondering why it is so different when I open my eyes. I found myself hiding in a dark room, lying on my bed, drifting away into my world, dreaming about things again.
Hi! I’m Rosie and I am really excited to be part of The Happy Club! My role within this amazing team is to make the world a loving place to be by managing operations and the overall project. I love nature and our beautiful planet and I think we are so lucky to call this place home. It seems that we don’t always realise how connected we are to our environment, and to each other, and I’m passionate about us rediscovering that connection – this is why I am involved in this fantastic project!
Just before lockdown, I met a beautiful man called Kash Desai. While we were all struggling to come to terms with a very different world, the universe had sent me a gift, which was Kash :-).
Hi! I’m Nish and I am so excited to be part of the Happy Club! My role within this amazing team is to help make the world a loving place to be through the use of technology!
Most people that meet me think I’m a pretty happy go lucky person with a positive, controlled outlook in life. Which I would say is the case to a certain extent – I do try to look for positives in situations but sometimes that was about portraying a controlled image – that everything is ok but deep down I would not always be feeling that way.
I have a fairly large extended family and for me family is one of the most important things to me (as I’m sure it is for most people).
Hello lovely you!! Just wanted to stop by and say hi!
I’m Zoe and am very proud to be part of the The Happy Club connecting people with coaches, helping them to move from the parts of their lives where they feel stuck and unhappy, to a state where they feel they can grow and progress to a happier place.
One of the phrases I often heard as a young adult was ‘why are you always smiling? What do you have to be so happy about?’ To which I’d reply…’Well what do I have to be unhappy about?’. That used to make people stop and
revaluate and more often than not they nodded their heads and raised their eyebrows in admission that perhaps life was not so unhappy when they truly thought about it.