Rosalie Moscoe, RHN, RNCP

Speaker, Consultant, Author

Specializing in Stress Relief and Nutrition


Louisa Walker, Volunteer Services Specialist, Humber River Regional Hospital

The feedback we received was very positive. The practical information you provided about stress relief and juggling life’s many different commitments and obligations was very appropriate and helpful. You provided this information in a humorous and entertaining fashion, which helped to make the event a success. The volunteers particularly enjoyed your catchy tune Humber River Volunteers. The energy and enthusiasm you created with this closing song was contagious.

It was evident that as a motivational

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Linda Choptiany, President, Centennial College Retirees’ Association,

It was a pleasure to meet you and hear your excellent presentation April 21/10 at the Centennial College Retirees’ Association luncheon. I appreciated not only the valuable information you provided but also the energy and engagement you had with your audience.

Comments from attendees under “What was the most valuable part of the program for you” were as follows: “interaction of speaker with audience”; “the printed materials”, “good bibliography”; “loved the deep breathing”; “excellent review

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Deborah Green, PalCare Network for York Region

Your talk was fantastic. You are an inspiration to us all. Thank you for being you and ‘walking the talk

Pat Daines, Chair, Palliative Care Education Committee, Sunnybrook & Women’s College Health Sciences Centre

On behalf of the Palliative Care Awareness Day Planning Committee, I would like to thank you for the great presentation you gave for our recent conference. Nurturing the Nurturer was a topic of great interest to our audience and proved an excellent way to close the day.

Comments made by participants:

Great topic – makes me realize that I have to slow down and take time for myself.

Very enlightening!

Excellent – fast-paced and a

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Diane Brezicki, Executive Assistant,Conference of Independent Schools of Ontario

With enthusiasm and humour (even breaking into song occasionally), Rosalie created an atmosphere that enabled the participants to gain knowledge about work/life balance, stress relief and healthy eating. At the same time she was able to network very comfortably. Her positive, upbeat attitude drew a similar response from her audience.

Andrew W. Saul, PhD Assistant Editor, Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine; Author of Doctor Yourself and Orthomolecular Medicine for Everyone; Editor of Orthomolecular Medicine News Service

“Rosalie Moscoe is my kind of author. She is upbeat, accurate and orthomolecular. I recommend her new book, Frazzled Hurried Woman! (unless, somehow, you’d prefer to be frazzledand hurried). If you think you are too busy to read it, that’s why you need it.”

8 Ways to Transform from Surviving To Thriving!
Embracing Wellness – The Elusive Healthy Balance

Frazzled, Hurried Woman

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