Karen brings a combination of her music, humor, and stories to present keynote talks and workshops that are unique, heart opening and inspiring.
Below is a sampling of what she offers. Please note that new talk titles are always being added, that titles and descriptions may be revised, and that talks and workshops can be created based on what is needed for a specific conference or group. Keynote talks can be from 30 minutes to 90 minutes, and may include group discussion, exercises and audience participation. If you would like further information about these talk and workshop titles please contact our office.
Keynote Talks and Workshops include:
(These titles are all from Karen’s songs.)
I Let My Big Bright Brilliant Beam Of Radiant Light Shine!
Allowing your light to shine, and ways to amp up the wattage.
I Give Myself Permission
Allowing yourself to have the permission to be, do, and have all that you want.
I Don’t Have To Be Perfect! or Taming My Inner Critic
Dealing with the inner critic and ways to let go and give yourself a break.
The Call Of Something More
Hearing that voice of truth encouraging you to be who you are really called to be.
The Healing Power Of Music
How to use music to heal and nurture your life.
My Religion Is Kindness or I Will Be Gentle With Myself
Recognizing how kindness, gratitude, and using self care can transform your life.
Keep That Passion Burnin’ In Your Soul
Identifying what are the elements that make up a passionate, joy-filled life.
Lighten Up: The Spiritual Practice of Clutter Clearing
How removing clutter from your life can help you lighten up so that you can enlighten up!
Sing The Song Of Your Soul
Participants learn to write and sing their own affirmation chant for personal growth, inspiration, and healing.
Everything you ever wanted to know about music, but were afraid to ask.
A workshop for Ministers and/or Musicians. This workshop addresses ALL the issues that surround music in the church, or at any gathering.
N-O Is My New Yes!
A workshop that will help you will learn to identify, process, and release all the reasons why saying “NO” can feel difficult, and getting to what the “yes” is in your life.