Mark Groves has a specialized interest in the area of Human Connection. He’s an author, speaker and sales consultant. He’s in love with science, psychology, and uncovering the mysteries of what makes great relationships work. Speaking of that, he’s certain there are no “secrets” when it comes to great relationships. Rather, he believes that all relationships are by design and we are all the architects of what we want.
Mark has a Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology and has written for Plenty of Fish, Thought Catalog, Goodmen Project and is the Relationship Columnist for 24 Hours Newspaper. When he’s not working with clients you’ll find him traveling the globe, playing in the mountains and ocean, or pretty much anything that gets his heart beating in the paradise that is Vancouver, BC.
Kelsey Grant is passionate about living in a world where people feel inspired, fulfilled, balanced and happy within the expansiveness of their intimate relationships. As a Love and Relationship Educator rooted in Radical Self Love Methodology, she writes, speaks and teaches coaches, thought leaders and game changers in the art of accessing greater alignment with love to expand their leadership and set their relationships up to thrive.
In addition to her commitment to love and relationships, her passion for producing epic high level events runs deep. She is the producer and event director for MOTU Summit and Get the Love Worth Having, and her previous producing credits include Awesomeness Fest and Mantalks.
She is thrilled to be producing and speaking at this years MOTU and can’t wait to meet all the epic humans this event brings together.
Jessica and Kylie McBeath are on a mission to empower you to reach your full potential through holistic healing, awareness and connection. As Certified Health Coaches, they decided to take their combined wisdom and create a digital health platform, Zura Health, where they guide participants through a 16 week program designed to heal lives from the inside out.
Together for over 20 years, Rob and Julie have been at the forefront of health and wellness. They have changed the face of healthcare by combining their educations, skills and passions. They are guided by a simple principle: to help people live happier, healthier lives. In 2010, they developed Fare Wellness, a culinary medicine program educating resident doctors about healthy vegan cooking and eating, and “The Lenox CHill,” a yoga, meditation, stress reduction and wellness program for healthcare workers, which was adopted throughout the entire 60,000 employee health system. In 2013, they planted the seeds for “Victory Greens,” the first-ever edible, organic rooftop garden at Lenox Hill Hospital where patients and staff eat, rest and digest the fruits and veggies of their labor. In 2016, they launched FRESH Medicine, an integrative health practice that combines the best of conventional medicine, including medications, diagnostic testing, tools and technologies, with evidence-based complementary therapies, clinical nutrition, functional medicine, positive psychology and health coaching. FRESH stands for: Food, Relaxation, Exercise, Sleep and Happiness, the five pillars of well-being. Their FRESH tagline is: “Go To Health!”
Dan Harrison is passionate about building community, developing leaders, cultivating self-awareness and supporting couples in having “the money conversations.”
He is a Senior Financial Strategist, creator of the 4 Love & Money Workshop, and owner of eMoney Coach inc., with over a decade of experience helping people create peace of mind and financial freedom.
Dan is inspired by the idea of a collective shift in consciousness from a “get” to a “give” mentality and as a result works with companies, charities and organizations who have big hearts, and are shifting the way our world thinks about giving.
He lives with his fiancé in Calgary, completed his first Ironman in 2016, and is a life long student of meditation, the mind, and money.
Dr. Alexandra Solomon is a licensed clinical psychologist at The Family Institute at Northwestern University, a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University, and the author of Loving Bravely: Twenty Lessons of Self-Discovery to Help You Get the Love You Want (New Harbinger, 2017). She received her PhD in Counseling Psychology and a graduate certificate in Gender Studies from Northwestern University in 2001. In addition to teaching and training marriage and family therapy graduate students, Solomon teaches the internationally renowned undergraduate course, Building Loving and Lasting Relationships: Marriage 101. Solomon is a frequent speaker and media commentator on relationship topics and you can visit her online at dralexandrasolomon.com.
Jordan Gray is a personal development author, and sex and relationship coach with nearly a decade of practice behind him. Jordan’s work has been featured in The Huffington Post, BBC, Self, Psychology Today, Business Insider, Yahoo!, Forbes, Elephant Journal, and countless other publications around the globe. Jordan has made it his life’s mission to make thriving relationships attainable to everyone.
Within two years of starting his website, Jordan had five #1 best-selling e-books on Amazon and, since launching, has reached an engaged audience of over 20 million people from around the world with his writing.
Jeremy Goldberg is trying to make kindness cool and empathy popular. He is the founder of Long Distance Love Bombs, an online tribe of kindhearted souls and compassion crusaders dedicated to making the world better than it was yesterday.
A TEDx speaker and regular contributor to Thought Catalog, Jeremy’s work has been featured by the ABC, Elephant Journal, Huffington Post, the Good Men Project, and Rebelle Society. He speaks to students at schools and summer camps, and also spreads his revolutionary message through various social media platforms and international retreats.
Jeremy is also a marine biologist who has spent the past four years pursuing his PhD along the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, studying the science of behavior change and how strategic communication can affect attitudes and actions. He is fucking stoked to meet you.
Greg Smith is passionate about education. As the CEO, and Co-Founder of Thinkific Greg has worked with thousands of speakers, authors, entrepreneurs and companies around the world to help them grow their business through online education. He is a lawyer, instructor and lifelong student and has taught thousands of students online and helped others create their own online courses.
Greg’s goal is to help businesses grow through amazing educational experiences.
Rachel Garahan is an art director, creative consultant and author of A Beauty Collected, a picture book inspiring people of all ages to connect with the beauty found in nature.
Through her professional practice, RachelGarahan.com, she helps individuals and high-vibe brands in the lifestyle and wellness industry take their aspirations to the next level. Whether through these one-on-one sessions, her lifestyle blog One Part Gypsy, or anywhere conversation strikes, strangers and friends alike come to Rachel for her infectious creative energy, knack for marketable ideas, practical work/life strategies and experimental attitude toward whole living.
She lives with her husband, son, and two pups in Ojai, California.
Vienna Pharaon is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and the founder of Mindful Marriage and Family Therapy in New York City. She is the expert relationship contributor for Motherly, and an international speaker and presenter. Vienna is also the co-founder of the popular Relationships 101 program she presents around North America with yours truly, Mr. Mark Groves.
Vienna believes that we all have the capacity for beautiful change and fulfilling relationships, but that in order to come face to face with that change we need to take on vulnerability, explore our past, and find ways to express and expand ourselves and our needs in a healthy and connective way.
Follow her on Social media at @mindfulmft and join the hundreds of thousands of others who look to her for their daily dose of relationship and self love motivation and wisdom.
Leaving behind the Toronto hustle, Steph started her career in executive search and believed that career opportunities to bring executives to Vancouver was a life changing experience. For the last 10 years, she spent time recruiting across several sectors including leading global recruitment and people strategy for lululemon athletica. She now runs a thriving people consulting business – the corker co – committed to injecting people strategies into companies who care. She is a member of a VC firm – Campfire Capital and has a heart for entrepreneurs who dare to dream big.
Beyond her desk, Steph is an ambitious amateur triathlete who has finished 15 Ironman races and is a 3-time Ironman World Championship qualifier. She believes that everything is better with a little bit of aloha.