Through Lisa’s 20+ years in the exercise profession, and her work as a clinical exercise physiologist, she has dedicated time to researching important topics like why physical activity is important, how exercise can help treat an array of chronic illness, how exercise can help new mothers in the pre and postnatal stages, and how people of all ages can benefit from physical activity.
She is available for a variety of speaking spots, presentations, workshops, or lunch-and-learn events. See below for a list of her previous speaking topics, and some of the organizations with which she has worked.
Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes: Getting Clients To Move Better with Strengthening and Stretching
How to Get Your Patients Active
Let's Get Physical
Mild Cognitive Impairment and Exercise
Pre and Postnatal Exercise
Qualified Exercise Professionals in Primary Health Care
Reinventing Your Spin Class
The Power of Active Play: Encouraging Positive Physical Activity and Well-Being for Your Toddler
Unpacking Interval Training
What is Your Secret Sauce to a Physically Active Life?
Why is Physical Activity SO Important?
Yoga Anatomy 101
Alberta Kinesiology Association
Alberta Provincial Fitness Unit
Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology Fall Education
Centre for Active Living (formerly Alberta Centre for Active Living)
City of Edmonton
Mill Woods Early Childhood Coalition
OUR GENES Conference
Primary Care Network Program Management Office (formerly Primary Care Initiative)
University of Alberta's Alumni Association - Educated Lifestyle Session
University of Alberta's Campus and Community Recreation - Live Well