Reyzan Shali is a member of the American Medical Association and the American College of Physicians and is known for her resilient spirit and her positive attitude. A primary care physician, board certified in Internal Medicine, she leads her practice Southern California.
A proud daughter of two great Kurdish parents from the Kurdistan region of Iraq, she is a loving mother, wife, sister, aunt, and friend. A Pittsburgh Steelers fan to the core, her family often calls her the “Roethlisberger of Medetireaan Cooking!”
In order to help others better connect themselves, Reyzan speaks on the topics of intuition and nutrition. Known for always speaking from the heart she brings palpable resilience, authenticity, and positivity to live and virtual stages.
Have you ever had that feeling, somewhere between your chest and gut. The one that tells you to do, or not do something. The voice from inside that at times seems to push you forward, or hold you back. The reality is that when you don't listen to this voice, you miss the power of tapping into your intuition and your true self. Sharing my unique experience in moving to America, starting a medical practice, and establishing a family and community, I have cracked the code to translate the voice you are hearing. I outline how to navigate listening to yourself, to help guide you through life's big and small decisions. And these decisions are what can create the life you deserve. Learn how to translate what your gut is telling you, and better connect with yourself, your loved ones, your community, and the world.
As a lover of Mediterranean food, I outline the benefits of the Mediterranean diet over those of the traditional Western diet. A story-driven talk filled with examples that connect your well-being to the food you eat, you will open your eyes to food that can fundamentally change your life. More than just a diet, discover how food can become part of your lifestyle, to help you reach optimum mental and physical health.
The video of George Floyd’s murder brought back the sight, smell, and feelings of learning that entire villages of the Kurdistan region were eradicated, simply because they were a minority. These innocent people of such villages, that stood up for their rights, were a threat to Saddam Hussein. His solution was violence, and he ended up wiping them off the face of earth. This talk is a contemporary tale that recounts why experiences are so powerful in our daily lives, especially those that have happened in the past. Discover a way to turn what you wish you could forget, into a key part of who you are today.
I speak on intuition & nutrition, motivating audiences to make better decisions.