Laylee Emadi is an educator with a heart for serving others. She believes in people first—always. Since she started her business in 2013, Laylee has served the creative industry with heartfelt encouragement, tell-it-like-it-is honesty, and a shared pursuit of the ever-elusive “balance.”
With nearly a decade of experience in Education, Laylee has unique teaching expertise and a passion for educating others. She’s a connector with the distinctive ability to bring people together over heart-to-heart communication… and she isn’t afraid to dig into vulnerable topics like imperfection, inclusivity, and burnout.
I believe in delivering education in a way that empowers those listening. The lecture mindset can leave people feeling isolated or deflated, but delivering actionable education doesn't have to make an audience feel overwhelmed!
I love to meet my audience where they are, in a space where there is no hierarchy. Where we can learn from one another, and be open and honest about what can help us grow.
transitioning into the role of educator; because industries thrive when experts share their knowledge
finding balance and creating productivity without losing your passion for the job you love
helping women embrace their bodies and set free into creativity through dance and self expression
From the tangible to the inspirational, I love to mix personal storytelling with motivation for my audience to walk away ready to take on the world!
Small Groups / Breakouts
Small group settings make me feel right at home, with the classroom vibes! I believe small group speaking should be interactive and personal.
I love a good, open conversation! being a podcast guest is always pleasure; and hosting my own podcast is rewarding as well!
I'm open and transparent about my experiences: I don't hold back from sharing my own mistakes or getting vulnerable while on the stage. I tell it like it is, with the hope that truth and honesty will allow others to learn from my experience and walk away feeling equipped and inspired.
Just kidding! Well, kind of... I spent seven years as a high school teacher. If a room full of high school kids teaches you anything, it's how to keep an audience engaged. I'm confident in presenting to a room full of people, and I have plenty of expertise designing a classroom experience. (Plus, I love providing handouts and worksheets for tangible takeaways!)
Sometimes I dish out a little bit of tough love. Don't worry, I always deliver it with kindness and humor! But I'm a believer in telling people the truth they need to hear. I believe that even tough truths can be delivered with both honesty and kindness... and we can all walk away better for it.
"Thank you for your incredible dance workshop and for being an example of someone who leads with confidence. I have always struggled with self esteem and body image, and your workshop was the first time I felt sexy and free. thank you for giving that to me"
"Laylee instilled confidence, dropped practical and applicable education, and left me feeling inspired!"
"Please bring your beautiful love and dancing soul around the world. your passion is so infectious for dancing and you made me feel so at home dancing. hands down, it was genuinely my absolutely favorite part!