Every time I have a public speaking gig, I get that flutter of excitement, knowing that someone in the audience is feeling down about their physical health, the stress of life that prevents them from taking care of themselves, and the struggle of just how that’s going to change.
I’m excited because I know that the message I’ve crafted for their group is going to offer them not just hope but practical strategies for success.
As a public speaker, I love to take my stories of family, fitness, and wellness to groups who align with my message that everyday people do, in fact, have time for regular exercise. My strategies for efficient, effective exercise resonate with people who feel stressed out by the realities of work and family pressures. What I hope people learn is that an overall plan for wellness– meaningful exercise, plentiful sleep, and nourishing foods– is actually within their reach.
Who are these people?
- Mom’s groups
- Corporate wellness programs
- Service & social organizations
- Charity athletic teams
- Goddess circles
Speaking to groups allows me to tap into the skills I used when I was teaching college and needed to engage a group of people with varying interest levels in what I was talking about. By adapting my message to the specific group, my presentations offer real, practical advice to add value to the listeners’ lives.
- Fitness & Family Time
- Exercising with Baby on Board
- Postnatal Fitness: Beyond the Mummy Tummy
- Exercises for the Deskbound
- Creating a Wellness Culture at Work
- Training with a Team
- Finding Power in Peri-Menopause
- Yoga for the Unbendy
When I am engaged as a speaker, I also include plenty of time for questions and answers. I love to facilitate group discussions about fitness and wellness, and I never pretend to have all the answers! My extensive background of research in women’s wellness and practical understanding from my years as a personal trainer mean that I can connect the dots for people who find regular exercise challenging….and get them over the hump to see how taking care of their body really does make them feel better!
I look forward to hearing from you about how I can help the members of your organization craft a well-balanced life. You can find me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment here so I can get back to you.
Good health and great happiness to you!