Joan Frances Moran is a creative thought leader exploding with the potential of now. A lifelong learner with an unrelenting curiosity, Joan started teaching yoga at 60 and unlocked the key to cultivating daily happiness. Holding two masters (Education and Theater ) and with over 25 years’ experience in Theater, Joan effortlessly teaches the dual wisdom of creativity and work/life balance. Tenacious with a bold flair, Joan has already left some impressive footprints. From pioneering and launching the 1st professional year-round theater in Las Vegas to being awarded the Governor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Theater in Nevada, this age defying go-getter has no limits. Joan’s passions include a strong dedication to daily yoga and meditation and dancing Argentine tango whenever and wherever dancers gather whether in Argentina, Europe or the U.S.
Joan’s signature headstand is not the only thing that leaves audiences in awe. As a highly beloved keynote speaker, she commands the stage with her delightful humor, raw energy and wealth of life experience. From national health and wellness conferences, industry expos, workshops with CEOs who want to be more creative and innovative, this creative thought leader taps into the power of creative thought as it relates to vulnerability, change and work/life balance.
Offering an innovative platform to change mental habits, Joan’s Mind Fuel™ Tools for Life Renewal presents daily techniques for optimal wellness that brilliantly ripple through one’s life. Providing stepping stones for creative thinking in life and work, Joan takes personal fulfillment to a new level. Using improvisational techniques to unlock old mindsets and create new paradigms of thought, Joan empowers employees, business leaders, and fellow boomers nationwide with a program for daily mindfulness.
Joan is also an author and a blogger. She has written 5 books, among them – 60, Sex & Tango, Confessions of a Beatnik Boomer and I’m the Boss of Me! Stay Sexy, Smart & Strong At Any Age. She regular featured blogger for The Huffington Post and Sixty and Me. She has also written articles for Mind/Body/Green, Sivana Yoga, Linkedin, and many other websites.