Her Strength is a program dedicated to working women who are interested in achieving the best possible health and wellness lifestyles. Women perform to their fullest strength every day- whether it’s at work, at home with our families, or staying healthy at the gym. We’re always pushing ourselves to be the best. Unfortunately, what we do to recover in-between our busy lifestyles can get overlooked. Our eating habits, sleeping patterns, and our mindfulness are all affected by our hectic lifestyles, yet are crucial to our performances. How are women to balance their activities, with their health and wellbeing to perform optimally day-to-day, and how can companies and organizations show their support for women?
Created by a super duo, Sylvie Tetrault and Kate Beirness, Her Strength brings together a group of amazing women to help keep you on track. With a group of hand-picked athletes, executives and entrepreneurs, the Her Strength program will teach audiences how to optimize performance through exercise, mindset and recovery strategies.
Her Strength is offered as a one-hour keynote, half or full-day session OR ongoing program.
Sylvie Tetrault and Kate Beirness
Sylvie Tetrault graduated with a BSc in Kinesiology from the University of New Brunswick. She is a strength & conditioning coach, and sports nutritionist. Presently, her focus is the training and development of athletes. From Olympians to NHL players, Sylvie has a wide range of clientele. Prior to this endeavor, Sylvie had worked with former NHLer Gary Roberts on his High-Performance Off-Season Program. Sylvie applies concepts used with her athletes to help all clients to help them find their inner athlete.
Kate Beirness is TSN’s sideline reporter for the Toronto Raptors and is the host of Thursday Night Football. A vet reporter, Kate has hosted many marquee sports events including TSN’s Olympic Morning in 2012, CBC Olympic Hockey in Pyeongchang in 2018, the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, NCAA March Madness and more. In July 2017, she founded and hosted the first-ever HER MARK Summit. In 2019, Kate was awarded an honorary doctorate by her alma mater, University of Ontario Institute of Technology.