...peace flowing within.

It is a wonderful feeling when you begin to perceive everyone around you as whole and complete...

 

Loree Cowling
(403) 306-0347
loree@
loreecowling.com


Inviting Loree to Speak

Please contact me if you feel that a presentation or workshop will bring value to your group, institution, organization or company.

Please contact me if you feel that a presentation or workshop will bring value to your group, institution, organization or company.

Group Presentations and Private Speaking Events

Loree and her daughter Sydney speak to groups of all ages and sizes illuminating that we are all similar in our desire to be accepted. Through the stories of their personal experiences they help people see that the judgements we hold within ourselves prevent us from accepting ourselves and those around us. People who spend time with Loree and Sydney are deeply affected by their acceptance and compassion. The presentations are a powerful way of showing people the changes that can happen when you see life through the eyes of someone else.

Presentations are fun, heartwarming, and create a lasting impression of the possibilities of living life from a place of gratitude.

Interactive Classroom Presentations

The presentations began as a way to help children in Sydney’s class be more comfortable interacting with her. Quickly it was apparent that given an opportunity to communicate with someone they saw as different then themselves: children not only embraced that person but many of the other children around them. Interactive activities are designed to allow students to experience the limitations that many children face on a daily basis in a safe and comfortable setting. All presentations are adjusted to reflect student age and classroom requirements.


“Sydney came in to this world with a unique and beautiful perspective that seems out of reach to most people. As a young child we believed that she should learn how to “fit into our world” and did everything we were supposed to do to create the type of life we wanted her to have. When she was 3 years old a serious medical condition changed the way I viewed our world. I began to realize that instead of having her “fit into our world” I could see the world through her eyes – with wonder and beauty.”