Saturday, April 18 – Thursday, April 30
LIVE on The Uncommon Woman FB page
In these uncertain times one thing IS certain—we’re united by a common experience.
We are united in this together, but the WAY that we are in this together has changed; and that is where some of our uncertainty lies. Where our sanctuary used to be a small healing circle at the cozy yoga studio down the street, we are now part of virtual healing circles with people from across several continents.
As our world shifts, we are shifting. Oh, how amazing and adaptive the human spirit truly is.
So, consider yourself invited into a space of infinite possibility, a “room with no walls,” only limitless expansion. In your company are some of the most powerful healers and wise souls that you’ve ever met: servants of humanity, people with powerful gifts and timely messages, driven by a desire to serve and help as you navigate the unknown spaces between your past, your present, and your future.
Their commitment to healing our world aligns with what we all need in these vulnerable and shaky times.
The Uncommon Woman Online Tour is a digital experience that unites heart and mind in a ministry of love.
Over 13 days you will be connected to thought leaders across North America as they share their wisdom in an open dialogue about the things that we are all seeking answers to in this moment. From struggling with mental illness and grief, to keeping your business afloat in a hurting world, these speakers are here to share their truth and their message.
…We invite you to join us.
Our Amazing Lineup Of Speakers
Gina Hatzis: Igniting Your Self
April 18 at 9am EST (7am MST)
A recovering journalist, Gina has spent the past 26 years as an International Corporate and Public Speaker, specializing in soulful leadership, conscious communication and epic empowerment.
She’s also a blogger, a writer, a spoken word artist and the host of her show, Spiritual G Spot, broadcasting in over 70 countries worldwide.
Gina has two viral videos amassing over 40 million views, and is currently on a global tour as the Spearhead and Visionary for the Too Much Woman Movement, a platform for women who want to shine fully in their glory.
Sign up to receive Gina’s “9 Ways To Ignite Self Trust” Guide!
Jay Bradley: Energizing Change and
April 19 at 2pm EST (12 noon MST)
Jay Bradley is a Breathwork Healer & Teacher living in Los Angeles. He is the author of LIVE LOOK FEEL, The 12-Week Guide to Live Longer, Look Younger & Feel Better, and the creator of Chakra Balms™.
Sign up to receive Jay’s exclusive guided breathwork audio!
Jacquie Kennedy: Choose Healthy: Fitness Routines for Body, Mind & Soul
April 20 at 4pm EST (2pm MST)
Owner of Sweatclub Fitness Studio and Virtual Sweatclub, Jacquie has been on a journey of personal transformation and physical fitness since 2011. Her journey has inspired thousands as she continues to support others in their physical fitness as they rebuild their mindset.
Sign up to receive a FREE in-person or virtual class with Jacquie!
Sarah Swain: It’s the End of the World As We Know It (and I still have a business to run)
April 21 at 4pm EST (2pm MST)
Sarah Swain is a former corporate hustler turned Lifestyle Entrepreneur
turned CEO of The Great Canadian Woman Inc.™, The Creator of Entreflix™, a top podcast host, and a business strategist for online, serviced-based businesses. With a fierce combination of heart, leadership and strategy, Sarah has been able to help a countless number of women remove their blocks, discover their greatness and start blazing trails.
Sign up to receive Sarah’s guide to navigating Covid-19 as a service-based entreprenuer!
Melody Faulkner: The Importance of Resilience
April 23 at 2pm EST (12 noon MST)
“Everyone is fighting a battle we know nothing about, so we should always be kind.” Melody’s battle is one of recovery from addiction, trauma, and immeasurable loss after losing her husband at 33, only to be diagnosed with breast cancer 2 years later. A master of cultivating resiliency at a time where the world feels as if it is falling apart, she helps others uncover new ways to cope during this unprecedented time and live a beautifully intentional life in the process.
Lesley Logan: Body Movin’
April 24 at 2pm EST (12 noon MST)
Lesley Logan, NCPT, is the founder of OnlinePilatesClasses.com, the first free online catalog of Pilates exercise tutorial videos. When not teaching from her studio in Los Angeles, Lesley can be found traveling the world leading Pilates retreats, or offering Pilates business coaching to studio owners and other instructors through her private mastermind group.
Sign up to receive access to Lesley’s FREE pilates classes!
Facebook: Kim LaMontagne, International Speaker, Trainer, Author and Survivor
LinkedIn: Kim Lamontagne
Kim Lamontagne: Recognizing Mental Illness and Supporting Mental Wellbeing
April 25 at 11am EST (9am MST)
Kim Lamontagne is a passionate mental health advocate who shares her experience of suffering in silence in the workplace from depression and alcohol use. As a top performing corporate professional, Kim feared that speaking out about her mental illness would tarnish her professional career. Sober for 10 years now, Kim empowers leaders to remove their mask of fear and shame and speak openly about mental health.
Sign up to receive Kim’s “It’s Ok Not to Be OK” Guide!
Roy Ellis: Covid-19: Living
WITH Crisis, Not IN Crisis
April 25 at 2pm EST (12 noon MST)
Roy Ellis has spent the last 30 years working in environments where loss and trauma are experienced every day. Before taking on the role of Bereavement Coordinator for the Palliative Care Service in Halifax, Roy worked nearly a decade in the acute care mental health system where he became acquainted with the spiritual and psychological roots of intense human suffering. Roy is co-developer and co-director of Camp Kedooopse, a bereavement camp for children and teens in Nova Scotia. He is presently writing a book on grief.
Lizy Hoeffer: SMART Budget
April 26 at 12:30pm EST (10:30am MST)
Ranked No. 1 female loan officer in the nation for most closed loans (Scotsman Guide, 2019) and as the No. 1 Hispanic loan officer in the nation, (NAHREP, 2019) Senior Loan Officer Lizy Hoeffer proves every day that “passion changes everything.” With over 17 years of mortgage industry experience, Lizy works for CrossCountry Mortgage, a leading independent mortgage banking company. She started as a receptionist in the mortgage industry and has worked her way to become a top 1 percent originator and closed over 980 loans in 2019.
Sign up to receive Lizy’s “Overnight Success” Guide!
Dr. Steven Fonso: Mind Over (Family) Matters: Balancing Time and Maximizing Potential
April 27 at 4pm EST (2pm MST)
Dr. Steven Fonso, B.Sc, D.C. is the founder and creative director of Veressent Life. Working one-on-one with over 120,000 people, he has built a reputation for delivering results to accelerate health and healing. His new book, Finding Magic in the Mess, teaches people about living in presence, connection, gratitude, love and unity. He now teaches parents, educators and team leaders how to best manage their inner state while working with young children, how to get the most out of children’s potential, as well as providing strategies to overcome the challenging stresses of everyday life.
Leah Parsons: Finding Stillness in Chaos
April 28th 6pm EST (4pm MST)
A Speaker, Guide and Spiritual Warrior, Leah has been on a lifelong journey of overcoming adversity. Her longest and most challenging journey began in 2013 when her daughter, Rehtaeh Parsons, died from the the injuries sustained as the result of a suicide attempt after being raped and cyber abused. She was 17. Knowing that there was only one way to find her way back into the light, Leah began a spiritual journey which has led her into a powerful life of service for others who seek answers and deeper meaning in their pain through their own spiritual journey.
Nina Ruberto: Surviving the Journey
April 29 at 2pm EST (12 noon MST)
Nina is the owner of Like A Boss Coaching where she is a holistic cancer coach, specializing in helping women with breast cancer. Nina is not only a survivor of breast cancer, but a survivor of divorce, walking away from a thriving career, moving cities with 3 children, and starting over… like COMPLETELY OVER. Nina shares her story of feeling “stuck” in her life on all levels, inside and out, and how a dramatic cancer diagnosis actually gave her LIFE.