Health/Lifestyle Speakers

Ovations’ Lifestyle and Health Speakers help bring life to full bloom. From expert neuroscientists to sports performance trainers and everything in between, our speakers bring a wealth of scientific and professional expertise to those wishing to learn and let live. See for yourself how even a little knowledge can go a long way when it comes to improving longevity, motivation, stress release, personal relationships, nutrition and athletics, helping create better habits and an optimal life-work balance.

Kathy Lette

Kathy Lette first achieved success de scandale as a teenager with the novel Puberty Blues, which was made into a major film and a TV mini-series. After several years as a newspaper columnist and television sitcom writer for Columbia Pictures in America, she wrote eleven international bestsellers including Mad Cows (which was made into a film starring Joanna Lumley and Anna Friel), How to Kill Your ...

Katrina Webb

As an Australian sporting legend, Katrina Webb in no stranger to a gold medal podium or a star-lit stage. She has received awards and medals most athletes only dream about. Despite this success, her journey hasn’t always been easy. Born into a family of sporting stars, it was no surprise that a young Katrina Webb was born with natural athleticism. By the age of eighteen, she had already secured a netball scholarship at The Australian Institute of Sport. What she didn’t realise at this time was that her sporting career was about to take an unexpected turn.

Kellie Sloane

Kellie Connolly is one of the most recognised names in Sydney media with a diverse reach across all sectors of the community and business. She is one of few media personalities to work simultaneously across TV, radio and newspapers. Kellie is a Regular commentator on Channel 7's Sunrise, fill in host/newsreader on Weekend Sunrise and Sunrise, columnist for News Limited papers. Regular opinion col ...

Kerry Armstrong

Kerry Armstrong is one of Australia's most renowned film, television, and stage actors. Born in Melbourne, Kerry landed her first television role at just 15 in the series Marion before appearing in The Sullivans and Bruce Beresford's AFI award-winning feature film The Getting of Wisdom. Her big break was being cast as Lynne Walker in the initial 44 episodes of Prisoner. Kerry moved to New York ...

Kerryn Phelps

Dr Phelps speaks in the corporate arena of health, wellbeing, lifestyle and balancing family and career goals. She has presented to such clients as MBF Queensland Wellbeing and the Queensland Health HIV Conference. Kerryn graduated from the medical school of the University of Sydney in February 1981. Her post-graduate training was completed at Sydney's Royal North Shore Hospital and her vocati ...

Kylie Jaye

When Kylie Jaye or KJ as she loves to be known, sets her mind to something, it’s best to get involved or get out of the way. Starting her career as a TV host for Channel 10 in Australia, Kylie has built an impressive media career as a pre-eminent health, lifestyle, food and travel expert, delivering corporate speaking, presenting and broadcast production internationally. Warm, tall, sassy ...

Lauren Burns

Lauren Burns created sporting history by winning the first ever Olympic medal for Taekwondo when the sport made its debut at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Her amazing triumph at the Sydney Games was achieved against the odds - requiring enormous discipline, commitment, perseverance and teamwork. Lauren has spoken to over 150,000 people in the past 5 years and in her presentations Lauren talks abo ...

Leila McKinnon

Leila McKinnon has worked for the Nine Network over the past 14 years starting with presenting roles on Nine's Gold Coast News in 1995. Since then Leila has been a reporter and/or host for programs such as A Current Affair, TODAY, What's Good For You (based in LA) and National Nine News. In January 2009, Leila was announced as the co-host of the Sunday Today Show. In addition to her media work, Le ...

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