Vidyamala is available for keynotes, seminars and workshops. As an experienced and insightful teacher and speaker, she delivers talks that inspire confidence and transformation. Known for her honest and authentic approach, Vidyamala's talks draw on her own personal journey of living with chronic pain and her 25 + years of meditation experience.
Some of the topics that Vidyamala speaks on include
Vidyamala’s story has inspired many people to free themselves from the suffering of pain and illness. Her personal journey is one of hope that she shares with humbleness, clarity and humour.
MANAGING PAIN & ILLNESS
Hear from Vidyamala’s evidence-based Mindfulness-based Pain and Illness Management approach that has helped 100,000 people around the world and counting.
LIVING WITH A DISABILITY
Vidyamala feels passionately about changing perceptions of disability, her work and influence has been recognised by the Shaw Trust Disability Power List for three years running.
MIND & HEART TRAINING
Do you know your full potential? Vidyamala’s approach draws from the science of mindfulness training paired with ancient Buddhist practices to expand your mind and heart.
As one of the founders of a successful mindfulness organisation, Vidyamala speaks on how compassion and mindfulness can create resilience in the workplace and elevate leadership.
Drawing on her book Mindfulness for Women, Vidyamala addresses the unique set of demands on modern day women and offers simple tools to help them flourish and feel empowered.
Organisations Vidyamala has delivered talks for include:
What her clients say
"Vidyamala Burch delivered an inspiring lecture to our students, faculty, and staff at Singapore Management University. We all know that physical exercise is integral to our wellbeing, but it is less well known that mental exercise, or what some call mindfulness, is just as important for any one of us who has ever suffered a counterproductive or self-defeating thought pattern. Armed equally with the science and experienced knowledge of what she advocates, Vidyamala made a compelling case for the value of meditation in all our lives.”
Elvin T. Lim - Dean, Core Curriculum at Singapore Management University