Lone SorensenLone Sorensen is the woman behind the world’s biggest school of Reflex therapy. She teach methods similar to Reflexology called Neuro-Reflex Therapy. Techniques developed by herself and inspired of ancient techniques from different cultures. Always with the aim to offer very effective and natural methods to help Health – and Rehabilitation issuers. The truly dedicated Dane’s did work since 1978, to build up her concept and has been selected by O.M.H.S in Argentina with 3 honor titles for her work with disabled children. Lone has led many projects, among others, in the Amazon jungle in Argentina, Guatemala, Nicaragua, in the Desert of Oman and in Denmark. More than thousands children have been able to benefit from the Rehabilitation Reflex Therapy Parents Home training program since 1988. Lone she has fought a tireless battle, traveling and teaching around the World to give hopeless parents and people with health problems new tools to develop. Interest Topic: What Lone Sorensen offer can be crucial for many children suffering from brain dysfunctions around the world. Lone has developed several natural concepts called Neuro Reflex therapy used for any health issues and rehabilitation of Handicap but she is also a specialist in autimse and has developed a great method completely natural and not aggressive. Lones program for brain brain issues aimed specifically parents with the desire of home training. Lone’s desire is to give as many children as possible the chance to rehabilitate. Lone is also leader also an international school which trains therapists in 21 countries. Lone’s desire is to give as many children as possible the chance to rehabilitate. Lone is also leader also an international school which trains therapists in 21 countries by offering training and education online, it is possible to spread the word much more than has been possible until now. Therefore, there are new initiatives in the department for online courses.
Stella MallyStella Mally is a 33 years old lawyer and gender expert based in Spain (Europe). Former project manager of a federation of Mediterranean businesswomen associations where she has coordinated ground-breaking research on women’s economic empowerment and implemented successful international business and gender projects, this international relations professional is currently developing a social enterprise aimed at supporting women both economically and socially. Ms. Mally is also a voluntary trainer for women entrepreneur mentors and a mentor for young professionals and women entrepreneurs
Karla WalkerA person´s attitude and approach to challenge are what most enable them to learn, achieve and contribute, and turn out to be of greater significance than inborn talent, economic status or family background. Excitingly, the right skills can be taught. This uplifting conclusion, drawn from several years working as a teacher in Inner London State Schools and in Central and South American not for profit education, has inspired me to create the HUMAN education programme for young people. I was blessed to have attended an outstanding independent school, where students were empowered to view themselves as active, responsible participants in their learning. I later understood the wisdom and importance of their approach, viewing success holistically, rather than solely based on external, summative outcomes. After my BA and Postgraduate degrees in East Anglia, I returned to London to teach, and saw first-hand how internal motivation and attitudes affected learning; time and time again, it was a positive, open mindset which most enabled students to process complex ideas and master new skills.