It’s really sad to announce the death of Adam Snow Bramski one of the Les Mills presenters and mental health coach who was a huge inspiration to many.

According to his friend Ben Patwa, Adam passed away in his sleep. He had very much conquered his childhood battle, turning his trauma into a triumph to help others heal. He was excited about a number of projects he was working on, especially his new coaching company with his friend Nikki Snow.

I hope his legacy is being remembered for his ability to overcome darkness, accept it and transmute it into the light for so many thousands of others. This is how I will remember him, Ben said.

Adam was a Cultiv8 Coaching expert, his death was made known by Kate Meechan through her Twitter page where she described Adam as a man whose inspiration changed her life.

He is a certified Master Integrated Breakthrough Coach (Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Time Line Therapy, Hypnosis) and has a long-standing career in the fitness industry. He is a Reebok sponsored athlete and an International Trainer and Presenter for Les Mills.

Adam Snow Bramski was a member of the LMUS TAP Team and trains Bodyattack Bodydump Grit, Sprint and The Trip.

He co-founded Cultiv8 Coaching and an advocate, He was a speaker in the LGBTQIA+ and Mental Health communities.

In a recent post he shared through his Facebook page,  Adam Snow revealed how he wanted to end his life when he was just 15 years old.

According to Adam, Every 40 seconds, someone dies by suicide. LGBTQ+ kids are 3x more likely than straight kids to attempt suicide at some point in their life. He was fortunate enough to be given a second chance.

On this day, when I was 15 years old, I attempted suicide. I kept it hidden for so long because I was so ashamed until I realized that this pain revealed my purpose to advocate for others to live a life of self-acceptance.

Every 40 seconds someone dies by suicide. We need to normalize the way we talk about mental health to change the way we heal our mental health. In the time it took you to read this post, someone took their life.

Take out your phone, call or text someone. What if your message was the one message they needed to hear to make a different decision.
Tag someone who needs to hear this and share this video to make a difference.

It is real saddened that such a great man who has mentored and inspired many people died after a long battle with a mental health issue,
He will be really missed.

More of Adam’s post on Mental Health which he shared about 4 weeks ago on his Instagram page he captioned “You are not alone” in honour of suicide month:

“I know there are many people out there silently suffering from the pain they don’t express. We will heal our mental health when we normalize the way we talk about mental health.

Check out the podcast interview with @everykindco – two incredible souls on a mission to spread more kindness. In honour of suicide awareness month, I share my personal story with suicide and how I overcame this struggle and cultivated self-acceptance.

Head over to @everykindco page and purchase your “You Are Not Alone” gear. 25% of total proceeds from the collection will be donated to @trevorproject – The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ youth. ✨The Trevor Lifeline: 866.488.7386.” – He said

 

 

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I know there are many people out there silently suffering from pain they don’t express. We will heal our mental health when we normalize the way we talk about mental health. Check out the podcast interview with @everykindco – two incredible souls on a mission to spread more kindness. In honor of suicide awareness month, I share my personal story with suicide and how I overcame this struggle and cultivated self-acceptance. Head over to @everykindco page and purchase your “You Are Not Alone” gear. 25% of total proceeds from the collection will be donated to @trevorproject – The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ youth. ✨The Trevor Lifeline: 866.488.7386.✨ #youarenotalone #weareherewithyou #everykindco #suicideprevention #youfithere #youhaveapurpose #makethisyourmantra #suicidepreventionmonth

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Tributes Floods.

Mark Kingsriter

“Your legacy WILL continue to live. Your light WILL continue to shine. Your LOVE WILL continue to impact me and everyone who had the privilege of knowing you. Rest In Peace, my friend. I’m wrecked…and wish we had more time.”

The Arena Club also reacted to the sudden demise of Adam Snow Bramski. In a lengthy post via their official Facebook, they explained more about Adam, his early life working with them.

Read Below: The Arena family was blessed to have Adam Snow Bramski in our lives very early on in his journey here on earth. He started out working at our front desk and then as a lifeguard and then moved on and blossomed into the most talented group ex instructor and a personal trainer the club has ever seen. Adam grew up with us and over the years he has blessed us with his unconditional love and contagious smile and touched so many staff and members. Adam was more than someone that worked here at The Arena Club he was our family and dear friend. Such a kind and beautiful soul who touched so many and he will forever be missed. Our hearts are broken and we are sending all our prayers and love to Patti, Dave, Sara and his sweet nieces Ruby & Irah.