Wellness Seminars

I am available to present Wellness Seminars on a variety of topics such as: Stress Management, Sports Injury Treatment and Prevention, Healthy Back Care, Neck and Headache Care, etc. I’ve given many workshops to religious, civic and business organizations. The list of businesses range from small business on up to Fortune 500 Companies. If you know of a company or organization that would benefit from an entertaining/educational program, I’d be happy to follow up on your kind referral.

There is no cost to non-profit organizations such as Rotary, Kiwanis,Lion’s Clubs, religious organizations, etc.

There is a fee for business/industry presentations depending upon the size of the company and the needs of the company.

Following a Stress management Presentation at AT&T these comments were received:

“Audience participation was fun”

“The deep breathing and visualization techniques were especially relaxing.”

“What an up-beat refreshing presentation.”

“I put the techniques that I learned into practice dealing with a personal problem and it helped.”

“Presentations such as these make people aware of the importance of maintaining proper health and how much they take it for granted. The Safety Committee applauds your commitment to the health care field.”

The following comment was received after a presentation at New England Telephone Co.

I wish to express my sincere thanks on behalf of the employees of New England Telephone Co. who were in attendance at the excellent safety meeting that you presented.

As a supervisor, who has put on monthly safety meetings, I am aware of only a few occasions when we have had meetings as well received and discussed afterwards as the one that you presented for us.

Finally, from the director of ARC, New Bedford-“Thank you so much for presenting the stress management seminar to the employees at ARC. I cannot thank you enough for bringing your message of health and optimism.

You enabled me to better understand why I prefer helping people to be who and what they want to be, rather than assessing what “they need.”