HYBRID EVENT: You can participate in person at Baltimore, Maryland, USA or Virtually from your home or work.

8th Edition of Nursing World Conference

October 17-19, 2024 | Baltimore, USA

October 17 -19, 2024 | Baltimore, USA
NWC 2023

Mindfulness for Everyday Life - Finding Peace, Calm + Balance in a Busy World

Speaker at Nursing Conference - Diane Yeo
Diane Yeo Mindfulness, Canada
Title : Mindfulness for Everyday Life - Finding Peace, Calm + Balance in a Busy World


Transform Your Life by Being Here Now.
Life is filled with change and uncertainty. We can’t control what is happening on the outside. We can, however, learn how to increase our resiliency and experience peace, calm and clarity on the inside.   
Explore mindfulness.
Join me and learn how mindfulness can help you to quiet your busy mind, calm your body and improve your overall well-being. Learn effective tools you can use from morning to night to release stress, feel more present and grounded, handle day-to-day pressures with more ease, and enjoy your life. The good news is anyone can do this – all that is required is the desire.


Known and appreciated for her clarity, authenticity, and compassionate approach to self-discovery, Diane Yeo takes a real-life approach to mindfulness through her coaching, speaking engagements, retreats, and workplace programming.

Like so many others, Diane has struggled with anxiety and depression at different times in her life. She longed for peace but had focused all her efforts on fixing herself and searching outside for the answer. It was grace that led her to meditation and changed the course of her life, connecting her to the peace within her all along.

Diane has been practicing mindfulness since 1995 and teaching mindfulness since 2006 when she left a busy marketing career to follow her passion. Recognizing the need for mindfulness to be both accessible and inspirational, Diane developed the SimplyPresent™ program to share what she had learned with as many people as possible.

After a life-threatening event in October of 2019 reaffirmed Diane’s dedication to teaching and being of service, living a life that genuinely encompasses the truth that “all we have is this moment.”