If we want to seriously address the current century’s challenges, we have to think out of the box. Our goal is to inspire and to deliver tangible ideas and solutions. In order to optimize our participant experience, SB Paris plenary and hub session content, networking opportunities and workshop formats are drastically off the beaten track.

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Thursday April 25TH


It is time for a global change. I believe that transformation will be possible through unity, finding an alignment between the body and the mind, between the individual and the collective, reconnecting with nature and triggering the most powerful lever of change: enthusiasm. My commitment is to support all change makers in activating their inner powers and their energy to transform themselves and their organization, embodying the change they want to see. I am thrilled to participate to SB Paris, its good vibes and inspirations, and share with you a workshop on body intelligence and inner powers.”

After 9 years of communication consulting, 1 year traveling around the World meeting inspiring social and environmental projects, Alice specialized in social innovation and prospective. She explored the Future for more than 4 years as a director at the Desirable Futures Institute, a non-profit organization whose goal is to think and inspire new models of society for the future. Now a speaker, social innovation and wellbeing counselor, Alice VIVIAN is a certified yoga teacher, practices yoga-therapy, mindfulness as well as NVC (non-violent communication). Passionate also about neuroscience applied to the activation of talents, she mixes these disciplines to imagine new forms of pedagogy based on a “head, heart and body” approach. Stress management, leadership embodiment, somatic intelligence, wellbeing at work … in 2018 she founded the mojom concept and company where she works to bring empowerment and wellbeing tools to support change. Her research topics: “The future of work”, “The urgency of deceleration” and “Body and mind: new pedagogies for tomorrow”. She also devotes time to the associative world where she brings the benefits of yoga to public in physical or social precariousness.