About Us

DJ, Wellness & Training is a Liverpool based social enterprise established
in 2017, which aims to make a positive impact locally on individuals whose
quality of life is compromised. The Company is dedicated to using social events, expressive arts and musical activities as part of a cost-effective
strategy to promote the well-being of healthy communities; championing holistic
approaches, such as DJing as a low-cost method to treating mental health

-To shape the way our clients view wellbeing by introducing an

extraordinary experience, where fun and empowerment are at the forefront of who we are and what we do. Using deep collaboration with our partners we aim to transform lives building self-esteem and confidence, empowering individuals
to take responsibility for their own well-being
-Is to become one of the most sought after DJ 
and early intervention wellbeing services with active presence in major areas 
resulting in more mindful individuals


is to create an unforgettable experience, amazing fun, and many happy people by improving the well-being of adults and children in Liverpool and to show grace, kindness and respect to one another in a supportive, non-judgemental atmosphere


-We cultivate and advocate ethical
behaviour in all aspects of our work.
-We are committed to promoting more
opportunities for individuals and groups to develop and grow creatively and mindfully from engaging in our sessions
-We build cooperative
relationships with other organisations committed to promoting health &
-We express the passion, vibe
and energy you get through DJing
-We foster an inclusive,
supportive, positive and engaging environment during our sessions enabling participants to be free from fear or worry


Sharon Walker 

Chief Operating Officer/Lead DJ

Sharon graduated from John Moore’s University in 1999 with a fine art degree and has a PTTLS certificate of Education. She has undertaken several business courses and is a Lloyd's Bank School for Social Entrepreneurs fellow. She has previously worked as a community artist and in the third sector; volunteering as coordinator for several years at her local community centre.

Veronica Adams


Roni has a background in healthcare and has worked as a substance misuse counsellor for NHS and as a prison facilitator at Project 8 before going on to work as a caseworker/resettlement officer for Amadudu Women’s & Children’s refuge

Sonia St James


Sonia was a former production executive at Exertion Media but decided on a career change. She graduated from Liverpool Hope University gaining

qualifications in Education studies and Early education studies. She currently works as a SEN teaching assistant at Knowsley Council.


Based in Liverpool UK and New York City, Nicola (aka Nikki Blaze) is a Hip-Hop artist, painter, poet and facilitator on a high dose of creativity. She has a passion for educating the younger generation using the medium of Hip-Hop and also manages a number of artists from the UK and US.