Elizabeth Patricia Connor is a bestselling author, workshop leader, transformational coach and sought-after inspirational speaker.
Elizabeth Patricia is currently designing and directing the construction of a holistic retreat center in Costa Rica. For many years she envisioned a beautiful place surrounded by nature with a breathtaking view of the ocean where people could stay, be at peace, learn and heal from whatever ailed them whether it be spiritual, emotional or physical. In May 2016, she and her husband decided to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary in Costa Rica. As she stepped onto a piece of land high in the mountains, she knew that it was the place she had envisioned.
For the past four years, Elizabeth Patricia has lead Heartmind Community Café on Sunday mornings. Her desire was to offer a place where people could gather with likeminded people to enjoy inspirational talks and listen to talented musicians. Elizabeth Patricia and her team welcome everyone with open arms and celebrate their presence.
She is the co-founder of Kindness is Key Training & Publishing Inc., home of the Heartmind Wisdom Inspirational Anthology Collection.
In 2012 and 2013, Elizabeth Patricia, her business partner, Joyce M. Ross, and the coauthors of the books sponsored The Largest Human Peace Sign Concert.
At an early age, Elizabeth Patricia recognized her inner-calling to inspire, educate and empower others. Through writing and speaking, Patricia shares her insights and the tools she has mastered throughout her personal and working life.
Her desire to propagate spiritual, as well as emotional and physical health for all, led her to become an ordained minister, a practitioner of aromatherapy, herbology, Bach flower remedies, Reiki, and reconnective-healing.
She has worked as a Stop the Violence Counselor for Battered Women Support Services, was a Director of Development Resources for the Surrey Women’s Center, and was a director of Human Resources at Radarsat International Inc. Patricia is happily married and lives in Delta, British Columbia. She is available to speak to groups and can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and by phone at 604-764-0140.