SPEAKERS

Jennifer Moss  

Adjunct Professor Paul Taylor
Exercise physiologist, nutritionist, neuroscientist and founder of the Body-Brain Performance Institute, Adjunct Professor at the University of San Francisco

Paul Taylor exercise physiologist, nutritionist, neuroscientist and founder of the Body-Brain Performance Institute, Adjunct Professor at the University of San Francisco.

Now a Research Professor of Exercise Science, Paul is an accredited Exercise Physiologist, Nutritionist and Neuroscientist. He is the founder and Director of the Body-Brain Performance Institute, which provides Executive Performance and resilience Programs for companies such as SAP, CISCO, National Australia Bank, Google, Accenture and Johnson & Johnson,

He set up the Personal Training Academy in 2006, taking it from a small Melbourne based company to a global company (www.ptaglobal.com.au) that has brought 25 of the world's top educators together to raise the standards of education for personal trainers. In 2009 he created and hosted the TV series Body and Brain Overhaul, which was shown on both Channel ONE HD and Channel 10 and extols the virtues of Body-Brain Integration.

Paul is a National and International speaker in both the Fitness and Corporate Health Sectors, consults to numerous Health Club chains in the US, and was one of only 25 International Presenters invited to speak at the prestigious US-based Meeting of the Minds in March 2008. He is also an Author, Radio Presenter and was voted Fitness Industry Presenter of the Year for 2010.

In addition to an extensive background in health and fitness, Paul has a proven track record in leadership, management and dealing in high-pressure situations, through his extensive Operational experience and rigorous Combat Survival and Resistance-to-Interrogation Training with the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm.

 

// Appearances coming up

14:00 | LASTING WELLBEING: THE MIND, BODY, BRAIN CONNECTION
- Day 2 Friday 23rd June 2017


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