Meet the Founder and Director of Calmer

Tania Diggory is an entrepreneur, Mental Health & Wellbeing Speaker and author of This is Calmer: Inspiration, support and encouragement for the entrepreneurial mind. Having run three businesses before the age of 30, Tania founded Calmer in 2016 and has grown the business alongside a team of dedicated and supportive professionals.

This year, Tania has achieved finalist status in the following awards:

2019 Best Business Women Awards, Health and Wellness
2019 SME Herts Awards, Business Woman of the Year


Why Calmer?

As a Business NLP Practitioner, Mental Health Trainer and Mindfulness Teacher, Tania is passionate about supporting entrepreneurs and purposeful teams to balance their mental wellbeing with business success.

By her late twenties, Tania had launched and developed two successful businesses in the dance industry. During the launch year of the latter, she took on greater responsibilities and challenges, which had a huge impact on her mental health and wellbeing, resulting in burnout and severe anxiety attacks. Inspired by her experience and recovery, she decided to explore the impact of stress and burnout on professionals and the concept of Calmer, her third business,
was born.

At Calmer, Tania is the lead trainer and brings on board carefully selected experts in coaching, mental health training and business development to deliver unique and meaningful training experiences for their clients.

Find out more about our Calmer Workplace training and Calmer Community membership.


This is Calmer

Tania is the author of the book, This Is Calmer. Her ‘pocket mentor’ is a supportive guide that is designed to help you to nurture your mindset and personal growth while running a business.

Providing an authentic insight into Tania’s startup journey and entrepreneurial lifestyle, it is full of suggestions and resources to take you through the startup process and handle any challenges with a Calmer approach. 

Tania is also a regular contributor to Psychologies Magazine, and has been featured in publications such as The Guardian, Forbes, In The Moment, and at Southbank Centre’s Women of the World Festival.


You can connect with Tania directly on Twitter and LinkedIn.