After a few years of working individually with several clients through my own business and with a private club in Toronto, I found myself brainstorming ways to inspire change on a larger scale. I started seeing similar challenges and goals and began developing ideas for various health and wellness programs based on these commonalities.
I started offering my own seminars and workshops and enjoyed presenting to large groups. I also became aware of the incredible power of group dynamics when it came to motivation and accountability. So when the opportunity presented itself to start working within the corporate setting, I jumped at it.
Having worked in the corporate world myself for over two decades, I could appreciate the challenges faced by individuals with fast-paced jobs and responsibilities. Self-care tends to slide further and further down the list of priorities, however through corporate wellness initiatives and creative offerings, I’ve been able to work with several employees encouraging them to weave wellness into their workday.