Annual Women's History Month Luncheon & Business Development
Day Evening Reception Speaker
- Kellye Davis
the Stressed-Out Masses Relax…One Breath at a Time
can even the most time-starved and anxiety-filled adult, parent
or student “chill out” in today’s rapid-paced
and overbearing world? Work, home life, relationships, finances
and more all put enormous pressure on even the most rational
and capable people today.
over a decade, Kellye Davis has been enriching and enlightening
the lives of millions with her unique real world approach
to nurturing the mind, body and spirit – and by way
of reducing stress. A
lifestyle correspondent, seminar leader, certified yoga instructor
and Level-II Reiki healer, she combines these disciplines
to deliver practical, timely and inspirational programs that
bring a calming peace to life.
currently offers tranquil living tips to television audiences,
via seminars and articles and as an on-air expert. She served
as Taking Care of You lifestyle correspondent on New
York’s WCBS News Saturday Morning. She
captured national attention on the E! Entertainment Television
Network as a celebrity mind/body lifestyle expert. She has
been on NBC’s Weekend Today Show
and on the Discovery Network’s The Home Matter Show
as a stress-free lifestyle expert. In addition, she has appeared
on CNBC, Fox 5 News, News 12, RNN Network and more.
lifestyle articles have been published in national magazines
including Essence, Cosmo Girl and Spa Magazine.
She also wrote a column called “Natural Health”
for the New York Daily News.
new book The Bliss Principle – 5 Easy Ways to
Reduce Stress (CDS Books), in stores November
2005, contains Kellye’s popular relaxation lifestyle
program for taming stress while living a busy 21st century
lifestyle. Her book shows readers how to tap one’s own
innate inner peace by using and incorporating restorative
yoga, tips on creating tranquility space in one’s environment,
and relaxing food recipes that keep stress at bay.
She has run corporate and group training
programs for Oxford Health Plans, The Girl Scouts, Philip
Morris, Bayer, and others. Her work for the Westchester Fund
for Women and Girls prompted a letter of commendation from
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton.