Doing Wellness Well
Hi, I'm Kerry.
Welcome! I'm passionate about inspiring and supporting people to feel well, based upon 4 pillars - physical, mental, social & spiritual health.
I give insightful, motivational and practical talks, workshops, classes and individual sessions. My unique approach blends my skills and expertise in the holistic practices of Life Coaching, Mindfulness, Shiatsu and Yoga. All of my workplace sessions, are now available online.
Whether you're an employer or an individual, I'd love to work with you.
Read on to learn how I can help you!
Organisations I've worked with
What clients are saying
World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva
"We would like to thank Kerry White for providing sessions on Resilience at WHO HQ. The program was a hit amongst the staff in our cluster. Her sessions were very interactive and the participants enjoyed the hands-on activities (such as identifying the acupuncture points and practicing the unique relaxation exercises) immensely. Kerry has a flair for facilitation and has excellent communication and people skills. Kerry is a skilled and experienced facilitator; we look forward to working with her again."
The European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL), Geneva
"Kerry White worked with us at EASL when we were preparing our first ever, fully online event, the Digital International Liver Congress™ 2020. Kerry prepared nine 15-minute sessions for us, to enable our congress delegates to take a relaxing, balancing, yet energising break in between stimulating presentations. She tailor made the sessions, which were filmed in a beautiful setting, to our participants’ needs and contexts and they were well received, and greatly appreciated. Thank you, Kerry.
The Asset Management Exhange, Cork/London
"Kerry joined our intensive annual team offsite and was a breath of fresh air. Health and wellbeing is a serious topic in a high-pressure industry such as ours, and Kerry hit the right notes in terms of getting the entire team of 75 people to literally take a breath, and focus on themselves and how they were feeling. It was clear that some examples of stress and the impact this can have on your daily life that Kerry used, resonated deeply with some colleagues ... "