Danielle LaPorte offers wise and often (hilariously) relatable exploration of the conflicts between spiritual aspiration and our compulsion to improve. Rooted in feminism and spiritual activism, Danielle takes a philosophical deep-dive into: The bravery of practicing deep positivity, vs. shallow “positive-think.”
We’re doing so many good things to develop ourselves—but maybe we’re trying to get better for unhealthy reasons.
Danielle LaPorte is right on time for those of us who came of age in the New Age, or are about to, helping us see when we’re bypassing our feelings, or falling for well-branded dogma. Hers is a provocative call to be as discerning as we are Loving, and to finally realize that the best self-help is self-compassion.
Danielle is an invited member of Oprah’s SuperSoul 100, a group who, in Oprah Winfrey’s words, “is uniquely connecting the world together with a spiritual energy that matters.” Named one of the “Top 100 Websites for Women” by Forbes, millions of visitors go to DanielleLaPorte.com every month for her #Truthbombs and what’s been called “the best place online for kickass spirituality.”
“I’m all for the Light — the illumination that leads to liberation. My definition of holistic includes green juice and very loud rock n’ roll; pop culture and eastern mysticism; justified anger and deeply sweet empathy. I love the game of business and multimedia. I’m saddened by greed. I believe that generous people have more to give.”
A speaker, a poet, a painter, and a former business strategist and Washington, D.C. think tank exec, Entrepreneur Magazine calls Danielle, “equal parts poet and entrepreneurial badass…edgy, contrarian…loving and inspired.”
She lives in Vancouver, BC with her favorite philosopher, her son.
Danielle LaPorte is speaking at the Women's Health Conference on Monday, September 17, 2018 at the Delta by Marriott. Tickets are $75.
Recharge and restore your energy while improving your ability to react more thoughtfully to challenges, worries and conflict.
A practice of mindfulness helps us experience joy and happiness while improving focus and concentration. Science proves that practicing mindfulness literally re-wires our brains, helping us cope with everyday distractions and stress.
Melanie Carvell inspires women to take charge of their health with tools to restore energy while improving your ability to cope with stress, conflict and worries.
Melanie is a gifted athlete who grew up in southwestern North Dakota. Her life-long interest in athletics and a career as a physical therapist lead her to become an accomplished six-time All American triathlete, the former director of the Sanford Women's Health Center in Bismarck, ND, a certified Worksite Wellness Consultant, a captivating motivational speaker, and tireless community volunteer.
In 2014, Melanie became an author with the publication of her book Running with the Antelope: Life, Fitness, and Grit on the Northern Plains. The memoir tells of her journey, from the agricultural village of Mott (population 732) to world duathlon and triathlon competitions, to her career as a physical therapist and national speaker. Running with the Antelope is part self-help book, part prairie memoir and part song of love to North Dakota.
Melanie Carvell is speaking at the Women's Health Conference on Monday, September 17, 2018 at the Delta by Marriott. Tickets are $75.
Connecting with others is the key to health and happiness. Learn how you may be sabotaging your efforts to connect with others.
Meaningful relationships are important to our health and happiness, yet many of our efforts to connect with others leave us feeling misunderstood and lonely. Learn how you may be hindering connection and how you can cultivate the connection you desire.
Dr. Jill Nelson is the Associate Dean for Professional Development and Leadership in the College of Human Development and Education at North Dakota State University and a Professor in the Counseling program. She is a Board Certified Counselor and teaches courses in the clinical mental health and doctoral programs, including a popular course called, "Shame and Shame Resilience."
Jill's goal is to support others through mentoring, encouragement, and professional development, helping people to become leaders in their personal and professional lives. She is a Certified Daring Way Facilitator, and facilitates workshops and leadership training using the Daring Way curriculum based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown. Drawing from personal and professional experience, Jill has a warm and funny style that helps tackling tough topics a little bit easier.
Jill Nelson is speaking at the Women's Health Conference on Monday, September 17, 2018 at the Delta by Marriott. Tickets are $75.
Its a good rule of thumb that a person should drink 80oz of water a day. For a person that doesn't drink much other than water, plain water can get boring. Enter Angela Gaffney, speaker, wellness coach, and author.
In her blog, Angela shares a couple of easy and healthy flavored water recipes and three strategies to achieve health and success. I want to try to watermelon cucumber combo.
Angela's advice, books and blog are valuable resources for the Women's Health Conference.
What you tell yourself, in every moment, every day can lift you up or tear you down. It is a practice.
Do you practice love or loathing?
Only you get to choose to practice love and take care of the sweet, perfect vesicle that is the sum of you: your body, mind and spirit.
We know you know how to do it. Sometimes it’s helpful to be reminded.
Each moment, we get to make choices about food, movement, breath, sources of inspiration, and our reactions to circumstances. Each choice, simple or challenging, is a tiny step along an individual health journey. Women are welcome to pause along their way and spend a day focused on little steps that make a big difference in their well-being.
Are you ready? Join us for a transforming day. Hundreds of women will laugh, learn, share, and participate in information and activities to help us practice self-care, positive self-talk, manage stress and excel at how we control our actions.
Monday, September 17, 2018