A master in his field, Scott Morofsky has spoken extensively to large and small groups alike. He brilliantly entertains and delivers expert knowledge of his unique concepts of Wellativity™ and breathing conditioning. Guiding his audiences through the 12 Principles and Daily Breaths, Scott brings to light the importance of using our breath to its fullest potential to transform all aspects of our wellbeing. He targets stress management in relation to productivity.
He has the distinction and privilege of having spoken to university students, corporate CEOs, peers in his health and fitness field, Wall Street stockbrokers and therapists of varied classifications. Scott has been heard throughout the country on local and nationally syndicated radio programs, with such notables as Bob Grant of WMCA and Envision Talk Radio’s Roland Smith and Carl Sabatino. With his dynamic delivery, Scott will show you the way to a better you.
In addition to his impressive speaker qualifications, Scott is a “prolific,” published author of two notable books – Wellativity: In-Powering Wellness Through Communication and The Daily Breath: Transform Your Life One Breath at a Time.
The practical applications of common sense breathing techniques found in his books can also be explored in his topic specific Daily Breath booklet series, Driving Safety Daily Breath; Public Service Daily Breath; and Food and Diet Daily Breath as well as his like titled CDs. In keeping with the themes woven throughout his booklets, his premier, superhero comic, The Adventures of Albert I’m Fine and His Theory of Wellativity offers a colorfully fun and educational addition to the teachings of Wellativity. Scott presently has two more books in production, The Joy of Responsible Misery and In-Powering the Competitive Spirit.
With immense passion, Scott has built his company, Wellativity, LLC. As well, he has maintained a thirty-four-year private practice specializing in joint replacement rehabilitation and physical training for seniors, incorporating fitness training, stress management and massage therapy.
He professes to his clients the same concepts and techniques that he expounds to his audiences, ever stressing the undeniable importance of breathing conditioning coupled with communication and clearing to awaken a renewed state of wellbeing. “So breath it,” is his never ending mantra.
Scott was born, raised and continues to reside in New York but has traveled extensively both within and outside of the U.S. He attended Boston University, Pace University and State University of New York at Purchase. He is a graduate of the Swedish Institute of Massage and Allied Health Sciences and is a New York State licensed massage therapist.
As a personal trainer, Scott has national certification by the American Council on Exercise and various other certifications in the health and fitness field. Having battled a physical disability as a young boy, and experienced in his own personal involvement in recovery Scott has learned great compassion for all people and their individual struggles in life. He has a commitment to hard work and making a difference in the lives of those he interacts with here on this planet. Whether Scott is speaking at an event, giving an interview, writing blogs about current issues relevant to Wellativity’s principles, or passionately immersed in his clients’ needs, he is not just a person who challenges people to reach for a better version of themselves, he motivates them to do so.