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May Clarke

May Clarke has more than 20 years of experience as a learning development professional specializing in personal development programs. Over the years, she has changed the lives of an impressively wide range of individuals from disengaged teenagers, to the unemployed, to business executives.

Her work has been showcased in various magazines and mainstream media. She has been featured as a leading expert in Scott Alexander King and Dr. Ralph Ballard’s book ‘KIDS! Indigo Children & Cheeky Monkeys.’ This book is a tool and reference manual for parents, caregivers, teachers and health professionals to help them bring out the best in children by nurturing them physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

May is the author of the internationally selling book ‘Amazing Kids!’ and has developed a suite of educational tools and resources which include CD’s, DVD’s, home study programs and workshops. May holds a Bachelor of Education, a Post Graduate Certificate in Education and Training, a Diploma of Health Science in Holistic Kinesiology, Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment and Tuning into Kids Parenting Program.

With her more than 15 years of experience in learning and development, May integrates kinesiology and mainstream models of personal development to provide her clients with a comprehensive approach to healing and development. She offers practical suggestions and methods for moving forward and living a more successful, healthy, and fulfilling life.

In addition she has consulted to clients; some of her most notable corporate clients include the NAB, Telstra, the Australian Wheat Board, Australian Post, and Tabcorp. She has also worked with Kangan Batman TAFE, Russo Institute of Technology, the Australian College of Complimentary Medicine, the Chihaya Nihongo School and Nova English School in Japan. May is a member of the Victorian Institute of Teaching, and the Australian Institute of Kinesiology.

Speaking, consulting and travelling, May’s work and travels have taken her to many countries, including the Philippines, Japan, Hong Kong, America, Mexico, Hawaii, and Singapore.