Seasonal change makes us think about where we are in our lives. It’s a great time to be inspired to make long desired changes. Spring time is one of the BEST times of the year to make changes in our wellness primarily by cleaning out the old, bad habits and adopting new ones that serve us. Spring time is one of the best times to clean up your wellness act!. Scientists have shown that metabolism can change with the seasons (it’s easier to gain weight in the winter).
Come to our Spring Cleaning for Body, Mind & Life Virtual Retreat for Women
- It's time you entered vacation season feeling clear, positive, and hopeful.
- It's time to dispose of the clutter of diets and exercise programs out there that overwhelm you and don't address the unique needs of women over 40 (your...hormones!)
- It's time to dust away all of the negative thoughts and self-talk. It's time to get out and connect with other women just like you, "Hey, I'm not alone in this."
- It's time to reorganize the way you go about your wellness in a way that creates harmony with your changing hormones.
Renée Marino is a professional communication coach who was recognized by Yahoo Finance as one of the “Top 10 Communication Coaches to Follow in 2021.”
She empowers entrepreneurs to create 1-1- on-1 connections in their business, broaden their reach, and elevate their brand beyond a logo and photos, through the power of connecting on camera.
Renée was recently the co-host of Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi’s 1st-ever virtual “World Summit,” and she has signed a book deal with Morgan James to publish her 1st book called, “Becoming a Master Communicator.”
A graduate of Wagner College with a degree in theatre/speech, Renée has spoken, performed and been interviewed on thousands of live and virtual stages. She teaches a workshop called, “Connecting on Camera,” which guides entrepreneurs to get past what’s holding them back when it comes to being on camera, and also trains companies, organizations, schools, universities and individuals in enriching their communication skills.
Renée can be seen as the female lead role-Mary Delgado- in the movie “Jersey Boys” directed by Clint Eastwood, which is currently on Netflix. She was featured in People.com -"Ones to Watch", Variety and in The Huffington Post. Renée wrote and performed her solo show called, “I Am Me, Because of Three” which she sold out in both NYC and LA, and received incredible reviews.
Broadway credits: “Pretty Woman”-Ensemble/ Dance Captain/Assistant to the Choreographer, Rosalia in “West Side Story”, Mary Delgado in “Jersey Boys”, “Chaplin” and “Wonderland.” National tours: Cats”, “Disney’s High School Musical” and “Jersey Boys”.
Television: Regina on Fox’s “Weird Loners,” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”
As a coach, Keynote speaker, and longtime performer, Renée has inspired people all over the world with her energy, relatability and authentic spirit!
At the Retreat Renee will be talking about the power of connecting on camera, creating relationships and opportunities in a digital age!
Dr. Liz Lyster, Midlife Health Expert, is passionate about helping women and men feel their best so they can do their best.
As a Board Certified OB/GYN doctor for 30 years, Dr. Liz has helped women and men increase energy, reignite their sex drive, clear up hormonal imbalance, and loose hundreds of pounds. She is the author of several books, including “Dr. Liz’s Easy Guide to Menopause: 5 Simple Steps to Balancing Your Hormones and Feeling Like Yourself Again” and the International Bestseller “Go for GREAT: Dr. Liz’s Guide to Thrive at Every Age”.
After graduating from Cornell University with honors, Dr. Liz went to medical school at the University of California, Irvine, followed by her OB/GYN residency in Los Angeles. To expand her commitment to teaching, Dr. Liz got a Masters of Public Health degree from UCLA in Community Health Education. In addition to her private medical practice, Dr. Liz also currently teaches part-time at a local university in her area.
Dr. Liz walks her own talk. To model growing older with grace, agility and power, Dr. Liz celebrated turning 50 a few years ago by climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. She is a continuous learner, having logged thousands of hours as a leader, participant, or volunteer in personal development programs since the age of 19.
She is the mom of two adult sons, and enjoys hiking and Argentine tango dancing with her husband.
Dr. Liz is dedicated to people expanding their idea of optimal health beyond medicine to include nutrition, physical activity, and spirit.