Re-Energize. Re-Focus. Re-Inspire.

Looking to inspire and motivate your staff or group workshop?

Lemon Cree offers guest speaking and "mini health breaks" at your conferences! We have held many successful workshops across Canada, encouraging participants to become active, energetic and lead healthier lifestyles. This is a great way to get the crowd moving after sitting all day in conferences, leaving everyone energized and re-focused!

You can request the type of guest speakers you would like at your conference. Whether you are looking for our fitness and wellness instructors to get your participants active and moving, or one of our guest speakers to talk about being a role model and leadership to inspire, we have it. Contact us to make a request and we can cater our guest speaking services to your needs.

We travel nation wide!



Indigenous Women Breaking Barriers


Jessica Matten is of Red River Metis-Cree descent and is directly a descendant of Cuthbert Grant, the first rebel Metis leader famously known for the Battle of the Seven Oaks in Canada. Jessica recently is the star of the yet to be released new Crime Drama "Tribal" coming this 2020 on APTN Network. Jessica is the star of Netflix's TV show "Frontier" with Jason Momoa, and was in “Blackstone” and the CW Network "Burden of Truth". Jessica also can be seen in the upcoming comic adaptation movie "The Empty Man" for 20th Century Fox studios coming August 2020. Besides acting, Jessica runs an Indigenous wellness and fitness company with her family called Lemon Cree where they have helped thousands of Aboriginal people achieve their fitness, wellness and health goals. She also runs the viral campaign #N8Vgirls to help spread awareness globally on the issue of murdered and missing Indigenous women in Canada. Jessica ran multiple monthly articles and the magazine "Active Cree" distributed monthly to 60,000 people and 10 communities across the James Bay area throughout Northern Ontario. She is a guest speaker along with her mother across North America called: "Indigenous Women Breaking Barriers: A Mother and Daughter Story". Jessica also instructs acting workshops, and has had many wonderful success stories with the youth over the years. Jessica has worked at one of the world's largest advertising agencies, M&C Saatchi and at Elle UK fashion magazine, both in London, England. Additionally she has worked land development real estate, at Native Youth High Risk group homes. She has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Alberta majoring in Human Ecology and has 3 diplomas from Central Saint Martins college of fashion and London College of Fashion for journalism and marketing.



Indigenous Women Breaking Barriers


Theresa is a Red River Metis- (Cree-Salteaux) from Manitoba. She has an extensive background working with Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities around the world through her intensive background of movement, dance, drumming and choreographed numerous fashion shows across Canada in the 90’s. In 2010 she formed Lemon Cree and created her own successful technique called Lemon Cree Bounce Fit. She has trained 134 Lemon Cree trainers to date, to keep programs sustainable and running in communicates across Canada and the US.

In 2015 she established Lemon Cree Fitness & Wellness Non-Profit Society to provide leadership and wellness programs for Indigenous youth.

She is dedicated and continues to lead a fitness and wellness revolution to her Indigenous peoples across Turtle Island (North America). She currently has many private clients in Vancouver and is now honoured to present private training in tropical warm places for everyone anywhere, for a complete Lemon Cree experience.



  • Brescia Women's College - London, Ontario
    Youth Summit-National Aboriginal Diabetes Association - Niagara Falls, ON
  • National Aboriginal Circle Against Family Violence- Winnipeg, MB
  • Canadian Network of Women's Shelter & Transition Houses- Montreal, QC
  • Urban Aboriginal Community Strategy Network- Montreal, QC
  • Lemon Cree First Fitness Convention- Gatineau, QC
  • The Quebec Native Women's Conference, Montreal, QC
  • Cree Women's Eeyou Association - Val' dor, QC
  • The Family Violence Symposium, Grand Council of the Crees, Chisasibi, QC ............... and more!

"I was at the women's shelter conference in Montreal back in September, and you did the health breaks between the sessions...OMG we had such fun! Even the Executive Director from the shelter I work at was on her feet working out and loving every minute (and she's not exactly a working out kinda gal ha ha ha) but she had the best time ever. When are you coming to Winnipeg, Manitoba? We'd love to have you come to the shelter and do a class with the clients and staff."
Susan - Winnipeg, Manitoba

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