Learn why music can improve your mood, memory, and motivation – not to mention your work and life!
We can all think of at least one song that, when we hear it, triggers an emotional response. It might be a song that accompanied the first dance at your wedding or a song that reminds you of a difficult break-up or the loss of a loved one. We have such a deep connection to music because it is interconnected throughout our brain and body.
Given the deep connection we have with music, it is perhaps unsurprising that numerous studies have shown it can benefit our mental health, physical abilities, and our overall feelings of well-being.
The signature keynote, Tune In delivers inspiration and connection through science and story with the goal to shift your audience from stressed to soul-filled, from low-energy to purposeful, and from disconnected to deepening relationships.
All of Jennifer’s presentations include:
Every presentation is customized for diverse audiences – education, healthcare, professional, front-line, and corporate.
Jennifer’s company JB Music Therapy has been instrumental in the implementation of hundreds of music therapy programs throughout Canada for almost 30 years and we have been thrice nominated for the Community Impact Award by the Calgary Chamber of Commerce and the recipient of the two most prestigious Canadian music therapy lifetime service awards: the Franni Award and the Norma Sharpe Award.
She has served as the President for the Canadian Association of Music Therapists for 5 years and has been an invited keynote speaker at national and international conventions speaking on music therapy and health entrepreneurship to a wide variety of education, healthcare, government, small business, and corporate audiences.
As an author of two award-winning books – ‘Tune In‘ and ‘Wellness Incorporated‘ she has appeared as a guest on numerous news and current affairs programs including Fox News Health, NBC, CBS, CBC Radio, CBC Television, CTV, Global TV, and has been featured in publications such as The Huffington Post, Chatelaine Magazine and Canadian Living (read articles and view videos here)
At the age of 36, she learned to swim, and then 10 years later she obtained her MBA specializing in social entrepreneurship from the University of Fredricton. In addition to raising her two children and being married for over 25 years, she classifies these as some of her most noteworthy moments in life.
I have witnessed how music can stop babies from crying, and make great men start. I have seen it open doors to communication for someone unable to speak, and silence someone who normally has words for everything. There are countless opportunities for music to make a difference. It can and does save healthcare dollars, but its effects go far deeper than its monetary value. My mission is to help everyone understand what music is capable of doing when we allow ourselves to truly tune in to its potential.
I have witnessed how music can stop babies from crying, and make great men start. I have seen it open doors to communication for someone unable to speak, and silence someone who normally has words for everything.
There are countless opportunities for music to make a difference. It can and does save healthcare dollars, but its effects go far deeper than its monetary value.
My mission is to help everyone understand what music is capable of doing when we allow ourselves to truly tune in to its potential.
Jennifer's signature opening and closing keynotes educate and inspire while ensuring a very memorable conference for all in attendance.Learn More
I've been building mine for almost 30 years. I offer coaching to health entrepreneurs, private practitioners and small business owners!Learn More
Since becoming a certified music therapist almost three decades ago our team has served hundreds of organizations through our award-winning company JB Music Therapy.Learn More
Jennifer, through her work, has touched many people in ways that could only be accomplished with both her special gift and her music. Thank you Jennifer for giving me, and all those that have had the benefit of hearing you, one of the most heart warming experiences of my life.