Corporate Wellness and Fitness
As a subject matter expert in wellness and fitness, I have worked with companies such as the NYC Football Club (NYCFC), Bank of America, Standard Chartered Bank, Nike, Macy’s, Barney’s, WM Jordan, hospitals, community groups, and churches to design workshops and lectures that provide employees and members with lifestyle and nutrition education. Research is clear that the healthier someone stays, the more productive they become, and the less work absences and medical visits they incur.
For ideas of how to personalize your team’s experience, check out this link of topics from my latest book, Healthy Living from A to Z, the guide to finding who you really are and feeding who you were created to be.
Brands I've Worked With
My New Book
Healthy Living from A to Z: the guide to finding who you really are and feeding who you were created to be
Some of the topics I have covered
Living a Life of Amplitude Through the Power of Gratitude
How living an authentic life of gratitude can positively impact the work environment
AMP it up Programming (Autonomy, Mastery, Purpose)
An individualized wellness program based on behavioral science studies in motivation. This style of programming is great for anyone wanting more control of their wellness program through flexible scheduling, personal goal-setting, and finding the greater purpose in wellness by accepting personal responsibility for life choices.
The Empowered Female
Women nurture their partners, children, employers, and communities. This class presents practical ways women can nurture and care for themselves.
Good Health is a Balancing Act
Discusses strategies for healthy living, such as stress management, quality sleep, proper nutrition, and exercise.
Why Can’t I Lose Weight?!
Covers scientific research of endocrine disruptors (such as pesticides, chemical additives, and other environmental toxins), age, stress, lack of proper sleep, processed food, and dieting and their effects on our hormones, health, and waistlines as well as how to counteract these effects with proper nutrition and exercise.
Eating for Energy
Explores what life would be like with an abundance of energy and vitality and how to experience it through proper nutrition.
Deconstructs cravings and empowers participants to gain control without deprivation.
Why the Most Important Food isn’t Food at All
Explores the concept of Primary Food© (relationships, career, spirituality, physical activity) and how it affects our relationship with Secondary Food© (the actual food we put into our mouths). The audience comes away with a tangible plan to improve satisfaction in weak Primary Food areas, thus improving negative Secondary Food issues.
Living Victoriously with Multiple Sclerosis
Discusses proper nutrition, circadian rhythms, environmental toxins, stress reduction, brain wave vibration, mental acuity, proper posture, and exercise to help return control of life to the MS population.
Fit as a Fiddle
A fiddle that is fit is well-tuned, in good shape, and grants terrific music. This lecture presents practical healthful-living ideas to insure continued health and vitality as we age.
Over the years I have worked with thousands of personal trainers. I have been the lead instructor online and in-class for the World Instructor Training Schools, a Fitness Manager in charge of trainer education for Equinox NYC and have offered webinars and internships designed to help trainers provide the types of services that get astounding, safe, and sustainable results for their clients.
My first book, The Addictive Personal Trainer: the client-centered approach that keeps them coming back for more was designed for new personal trainers to learn what will make them stand apart from other trainers and lead to a more lucrative and fulfilling career in the industry.
Here are a few of the topics on which I can work with your team. I will work with you personally to determine your exact needs and can put together a workshop or seminar totally unique for those needs!
Talk's I've Given
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