Claire has created tools, resources, tips & tricks that have supported her on her journey and she loves sharing these with Mums who may be struggling with their evolving identity.
She draws from her experience as Regional Manager & part-time training manager at lululemon, maternity leave for her 3 children, return back to work after each child and what she's done to achieve what matters most.
Hannah and Jess connected through instagram and quickly realised there was an opportunity to come together and reach more women with more stories. And so the Been There Mom That Podcast was born. They record the episodes in Jess's kids playroom and like to keep the content as real and relatable as possible.
Hannah is based in North Canterbury and is mum to a crazy toddler and Jess is based in Christchurch, mum to two under two, Harry and Holly.
Marnie Hillier is the gal behind Ms Marnie (previously known as Eskimo Nell) - a statement t-shirt brand that is about spreading the message to women that they have everything they need already inside them with slogans that help unleash their inner badass goddess. Marnie has also just started a podcast called Just Me Being Me - No Apology which looks at her, and her guests' journeys to figuring out who they truly are and what kind of life they want to live.
Tarryn is a Corporate Health and Wellness Adviser, Speaker and a Yoga and Mindfulness teacher who loves to educate people about the impact of living in the stress lane.
At our MOMM event Tarryn shared her three proven yet simple strategies of finding calm within the chaos of being a mum, a business woman, a stepmum and navigating the bumpy ride of stress and anxiety. READ MORE on our blog.
Fliss is a Mum of 4 and it’s fair to say she has a few tips and tricks for all MOMM! Fliss is such a down to earth person, and super real about the ins and outs of motherhood.
Fliss loves sharing and talking to Mums about the day to day overwhelm of mum life, the balance between you and mum you, having a village vs not having a village, tips and tricks for self care and more. READ MORE on our blog of what she shared at our event.
Hannah is the CEO and Founder of The Kite Program, a personal and professional development app. The app launched globally in early 2019 as a wellbeing solution for mothers.
After the birth of her first baby 6 years ago Hannah became extremely unwell and was diagnosed with postpartum bipolar disorder. Hannah is an advocate for maternal mental health and talks openly about her experience to help others.
Cadenshae was created by Adam and Nikki, parents’ to 4 young kids (another on it's way). After the birth of their first daughter Caden in 2013, both parents were working as personal trainers when Nikki couldn't find any clothes that she could wear to work, work out in and also breastfeed her baby in.
Keeping active and healthy was really important to both Adam and Nikki, so when Nikki felt she was being limited by her clothing, they set out to create a range that would not only help Nikki on her own breastfeeding journey but would also solve a problem for mothers worldwide.
Tui Fleming helps humans create meaning in their work and life, and awaken to the moments that matter. Tui ‘woke up’ when she became a mum. She says her children led her back onto the path of her inner child’s deepest yearning: creative expression, connection and joy.
Tui is NZ’s only certified Gallup Strengths Leadership Coach who is also a licenced Desire Map facilitator and advanced yoga and meditation teacher (RYT500) – a combination that makes Tui’s client coaching successes deeply sustained.