A global conference to bridge the science and practice of optimal living. Meet experts from the fields of performance, well-being, and evolution to learn how to stress less and be more.
Enjoy inspiring presentations, interactive workshops, and panel discussions as we bring together a range of experts from complimentary practices to enhance your ability to find flow.
A not to be missed event. Accessible online and in-venue.
Meet leading scientists, practitioners, and professionals in the field. Join us and hear a range of fascinating talks, practical advice, and cutting-edge ideas.
Get practical. On signing up to the 'Unlimited' package, you will be able to access a suite of workshops designed to accelerate your growth.
Have your say. Through live panel discussions, Q&A sessions, and open community chats, we aim to tackle the difficult questions and innovate new ideas.
There will be a series of talks, workshops, open discussions, and lectures from experts in a variety of disciplines.
Cameron is the founder and CEO of the Flow Centre. He is a coach, entrepreneur, author, board advisor, and keynote speaker. Cameron has been a junior British tennis player, and awarded the Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize for reports surrounding flow and performance. Cameron has coached numerous World Champion athletes and high achieving professionals. Cameron sits on a number of company boards looking to integrate flow.
Derek is a positive psychology practitioner, author, flow coach and alpine ski teacher. He has spent the last 34 years as an educator teaching national governing bodies/training organisations and people of all ages. Derek has always been passionate about the psychology of learning, and writes regularly on flow. Derek is the owner of the Parallel Dreams Coaching Academy.
Hazel was the British Junior Champion six times and is considered one of the best female climbers worldwide. Hazel is better known for more adventurous trad climbing. She was the first British woman to climb E9, first British women to free climb El Capitan in Yosemite Valley and has put up first ascents all over the world. Hazel is also one of the top female sport climbers in the UK and the first British woman to climb 8c. She has a strong passion for teaching, philosophy, neuroscience, and psychology, showcased through her mental training and coaching.
Sue has extensively researched Flow. With her mentor and the original researcher of Flow, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Sue has written the popular book on Flow for athletes and coaches, Flow in Sports; The Keys to Optimal Experiences and Performances . In addition, Sue has an extensive publication record on flow in sport, and has worked in academic positions in sport and exercise psychology for many years. Sue is also an accredited psychologist (Australian Psychological Society, APS), yoga teacher, and meditation teacher.
John was awarded an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for his role in education. Since 1980, John has fulfilled a wide range of roles at Geelong Grammar School, including Acting Principal. He has been instrumental in the school’s development of Positive Education and founded the School’s Relationship Reparation Programme. John has also enjoyed a long and distinguished cricket career. John is an established keynote speaker for topics on resilience, performance, flow, and developing cultures towards flow.
Martijn is an author on flow, trainer, and professional football coach. Martijn played football (soccer) at a professional level for one of Holland’s biggest football teams. He is the founder of a football academy, Next Talent, and is the CEO of Flow Centre Holland. Ever since his days as a junior athlete he has helped others to understand and find flow – exemplified by his tenacity when, at University, he created a free manual to help students reach flow in their exams and overcome performance anxiety.