Ambassador for Mental Health Awareness
Many know Salli Galvin as the successful Australian Polocrosse Champion who took the sport by storm. Salli is a mother of 4 champion boys and is passionate about creating resilient well adjusted children reach their full potential. Recognising that parenting and leading our children by example is paramount, Salli believes exercising the mind is as vital as physical fitness to achieve well being.
Salli Galvin’s passion for mental health and well-being is compelling. She is a strong advocate for equipping children with the tools to focus, calm the mind and be still in the moment in order to cope with adversity – it is what she calls ‘mind-fitness’, or the ability to press pause on life, centre the mind and find calmness and balance.
Salli understands that mindful parenting is crucial to a child’s healthy mindset as parents need to lead by example. Salli teaches adults and children to grow and sustain a healthy mind. One of the biggest, and most important, areas in life today stems from mental challenges, many of which can be resolved by people taking care of their mindset.
Speaking at the Palazzo Versace on the Gold Coast, QLD.
Salli is a highly sought after motivational and inspirational speaker. To book Salli for your next event, click below
Parenting a Mindfit Kid - Her Story
The ups and downs, highs and low of Parenting a Mindfit kid. Every child is different and every parenting style is different. However, there are some basic rules of thumb that we can use as guidelines to help us grow grounded, resilient, well-adjusted children, that reach their full potential AKA A Mindfit Kid.
We met in Mundejong recently when I attended the Women in Leadership High Tea. A great event all-round! I enjoyed what you shared and although I dont have children myself , I am an Aunty to two boys aged 10 and 12. The point of me contacting you was because I work on a study and I get to observe herds of thoroughbreds and I keep thinking about that question that was asked – What can we learn from ‘the herd’.
I see the horses are closely tuned to each other, they take turns in leading, they are honest, quick to punish transgressions and also quick to forgive. They’re relaxed yet energetic, can move as one, they compete yet encourage each other in their race around the paddock. They’re so beautiful. And honest. They DO walk the talk. As a result of some women i met at your speaking event I intend to join toastmasters in Byford. So the positive ripples you created are much appreciated. I am inspired.