Meet the Lifestyle Speakers
Dr. Yoav Suprun
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Prevention and Self-treatment
Neck, Back, Extremity Pain
Dr. Yoav Suprun is a TEDx speaker, highly sought after for his expertise and innovation in assisting individuals, companies and celebrities dealing with common discomfort and pain. He has been lauded by YPO/WPO/Vistage audiences.
Dr. Yoav’s simple, yet highly effective, tips to treat and prevent painhave created a strong following of devotees.
His finely-honed, engaging speaking skills enable him to explain neck, back and extremity problems in an easy to understand manner.
He educates his listeners how they can often self-treat and prevent common orthopedic problems without surgery, medications, injections or invasive procedures, all while he entertains his audience.
Marsha Freedman, M.S. is the creator a trademarked, neuroscience- based program called The SET Principle®, to help others manage emotions 24/7, leading to lives that are more peaceful, productive, and profitable.
She has delivered this program to thousands of corporate clients, customer service and sales professionals, coaching clients, as well as college students--- with outstanding results.
Marsha is now seeking to help organizations and residents of country clubs and associations improve their lives thru the teachings of The SET Principle®.
Marsha has been a proud member of the National Speakers' Association for over 20 years.
NY Times bestselling author
Michael is a NY Times Bestselling author of 30 bestselling books, including The Finest Hours, now a Disney movie starring Casey Affleck and Chris Pine. His latest book is Extreme Survival: Lessons from Those Who Have Triumphed Against All Odds.
He is a passionate expert on decision-making, overcoming adversity and adapting to change. Michael is a frequent guest on television and radio such as Fox & Friends, The Weather Channel, National NPR, and ABC’s 20/20. He has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and many other national publications. He is the recipient of the American Library Association’s Editor’s Choice, and the Independent Publisher’s “Best Book in its Class”