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 Speaking

Living Alive offer unique, thought-provoking, experiential talks that bring radical fresh awareness and catalyse restorative and regenerative action. 

Elle and Rupert are engaging, infectiously-passionate speakers who have spoken to diverse audiences at events, organisations, conferences, festivals and gatherings on AWE as a power-for-good in the world and the transformative potential of cultivating a PLANETARY perspective.

To explore how we could take your audience on an awe-inspired journey, disrupt your organisation’s current belief systems and culture to make it more fit for the future, or to invite Living Alive to spark a unique perspective at your event, please get in touch.

“You guys were the last talk I saw at the event, but the most reverent. It was a breath of fresh air to hear how incredible the Earth is and the connection between us and every living thing.

– Orla, TGLE, 2018

“Your talk was phenomenal – the highlight of the event. So impactful. The energy you both have and the dynamic between you is awesome.”

– Linzi, Protect Blue, 2018

Past Speaking Engagements include:

iLand, Isle Martin
Campfire Stories, The Netherlands
Happy Startup Summercamp
The Good Life Experience
Wild & Well, Bristol
Protect Blue, Italy

“While we do not need a new religion, we do need a new sense of the sacred or an awakening of the most ancient one: a sense of AWE, wonder and a respect for something greater than us. What could that something greater be? There is no need to theorise about it. What is greate than us is the Earth itself – Life – and we are folded into it, a small part of it, and we have work to do.”

– Paul Kingsnorth, writer

“While we do not need a new religion, we do need a new sense of the sacred or an awakening of the most ancient one: a sense of AWE, wonder and a respect for something greater than us. What could that something greater be? There is no need to theorise about it. What is greater than us is the Earth itself – Life – and we are folded into it, a small part of it, and we have work to do.”

– Paul Kingsnorth, writer