Meditation, Mindfulness & Movement With A Mission
Keith Mitchell is a former All-Pro NFL football player turned internationally renowned Yogi. As a Motivational Mindfulness Coach, Holistic Health & Fitness Advocate, Community Activist and Humanitarian, he is committed to providing purposeful holistic tools that help others achieve optimal health, peace and aliveness to the fullest degree.
After a life-changing football injury left Keith partially paralyzed, he utilized yoga and meditation to fully recover – healing required his full presence and deep self reflection. Although his injury forced him into early retirement, it was the catalyst for his life’s calling – inspiring others to move beyond survivor and victim consciousness to full empowerment. Keith is a leader and an exemplary teacher of people facing emotional and physical suffering.
From his position as a professional sports athlete to his position as a spiritual luminary, he can mentor with full transparency and authenticity, combining his many years of yoga and meditation training and mindfulness skills with his stellar career as a professional athlete. The founder of Light It Up Foundation, Keith feels altruism and service are his life’s purpose and he shares his growth and transformation with others as a highly sought-after motivational speaker, spiritual lifestyle coach and philanthropist.
Keith’s life’s purpose is serving others – a position he finds to be the most rewarding of all of his roles. Through his mindfulness skills, yoga and meditation certifications, whether for peak performance or self-awareness, he helps others heal from the inside out, empower others to be in charge of their own lives by turning to their internal powers for greatness, joy, gratitude and purpose.
Whether you are an experienced student of mindfulness or new to the conversation, it is Keith’s intention to inspire you to live your most authentic life.
Keith offers practical mindfulness tools, practices and suggestions on how to integrate them into your life. Keith’s methods are accessible and they work.