Lidija M Rosati

Lidija M Rosati – an unconventional entrepreneur, master coach and an overall corporate hippy, who travels the world coaching budding entrepreneurs, teams and corporations, and awesome females to take their ideas of the ground and turn it into reality, inspiring them to nurture their dreams, to enjoy building and growing their businesses, to enjoy profits, while cultivating the powerful art of hustling gently.

Her work is mindfully created and consciously inspired. She is accredited Business and Performance Strategist, Strategic Leadership expert, NLP Trainer (Classic and New code), Master Coach, Executive Coach, Hypnotherapist, Reiki Master, Pranic Healing Practitioner, Deep PEAT Practitioner, Integra Protocol Practitioner, expert in non-verbal communication, international public speaker.

She has been in Tony Robbins’s UPW volunteer crew team since 2005, supporting and helping people overcome their limiting beliefs and going for their dreams. The environment inspired her to complete Tony Robbins’s Mastery University.

She studied NLP from its co-creator Dr. John Grinder, Energetic NLP from its creator Art Giser, who is her mentor and spiritual teacher. She studied Pranic Healing from Antoine Delabarre, from the Master Choc Kok Sui’s School.

Lidija believes that we owe to ourselves the deepest and the most authentic version of ourselves, and in pursuing her thirst for new learnings and experiences, she spent some time in Kyoto, Japan, at the Shunkoin Temple, studying Zen Buddhist meditation.

Lidija is a bestselling author of Gaining While Losing – The Gentle Art of Transformation.

She is a co-creator of Momentum Method – a set of tools designed for entrepreneurs and teams for the 21st century and beyond.

A visionary, corporate hippy and a curious nomad, she left the safety of the corporate world in order to pursue her dreams and passions and turn them in profitable businesses.

Lidija is an award-winning keynote speaker.

In 2014, she was shortlisted for the Trainer of the Year Award, by the British APCTC (Association of Professional Coaches, Trainers and Consultants).

In September 2017 she was shortlisted for the prestigious award Woman Inspiration 2017 UK.

In December 2017 she received an award in the British Houses of Parliament for her contribution and services in career and working with migrant women awarded to her by MP Seema Malhotra.

Lidija is one of the people who inspired Tony Buzan’s (the creator of Mind Mapping) book ‘The Teacher’.

Born in Eastern Europe, living in Western Europe, she travels the world inspiring many to pursue their dreams, helping them turn their ideas into profitable business.

The world is her playground and her mission is to leave a legacy of healthy wealthy empowered individuals globally.

Her philosophy is simple – educate yourself, learn from the best, take the masks off, and stop living in the world of illusions that others have created for you. Stop following the herd, your mind is your business. Choose wisely, build authentically and live with integrity.

In a unique way, she manages to bridge Eastern teachings and philosophy with the Western world methodologies and thinking, offering her private clients and participants bespoke experience that is geared towards a long-term success.

She currently delivers training seminars in London, Brussels, Belgrade, Rome, Milan, New York and Hong Kong. She is also a contributor at Thrive Global, a platform created by Arianna Huffington.


Thomas Björge

is a co-creator of Momentum Method and an international NLP trainer. An avid practitioner of Tai Chi Chuan, Mindfulness and Feldenkrais, he brings the three disciplines to his teachings and creates trainings that are unique in their delivery, content and applicability.

He is an experienced trainer as he delivers 4-7 NLP Practitioner Trainings and 3-5 NLP Master Practitioner Trainings yearly, in addition to many other workshops, seminars and trainings.

Thomas enjoys exploring the realms of experience and possibility that exist outside of ordinary awareness and everyday realities. He works internationally (London, Brussels, Stockholm, New York and Belgrade).

The driving forces behind his work is a life-long interest in the workings of the human mind-body, especially how human beings change and learn, transform and evolve.