I am keynote speaker at the Kennedy Space Center on February 9, 2015.


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I have come up with a program that contributes mightily to increasing cognitive reserve. Practicing what I teach dramatically improves balance, coordination, stability, memory, creativity, mood, and more. Here is a short video that shows snippets of some of my ideas and what I teach.

These video clips were taken from a recent talk:

Experts on senior citizen fitness & my presentation at Waterman Village in Mount Dora

I am keynote speaker at the Kennedy Space Center on February 9, 2015.

Here is a review of my presentation from a couple of months ago from the person who hired me.

To Whom it May Concern:

Think you know what it means to be 73 years old? Think again. Stephen Jepson visited the Adult School of Montclair in the fall of 2014 and made us all reconsider our previously held notions.Stephen is an accomplished artist and athlete – a man who knows how to live a colorful, vibrant life. He encourages everyone to MOVE! Listen to your body, engage at your own pace but move! Stephen has developed simple tools that help maintain the fine neuro motor skills that can be instrumental in the prevention of disabling falls. Stephen’s talk is part demonstration and part lecture peppered with personal anecdotes. The audience found this program entertaining and inspirational.

Stephen is an accommodating speaker and his visit was made easy by his desire to share his experience with others. The most important thing that Stephen teaches is that life is an adventure and deserves to be lived to the fullest. He is the embodiment of this philosophy and inspires students to take charge of their own lives.

We greatly enjoyed Stephen’s visit.

Suzy Kass

Executive Director

Adult School of Montclair

My ideas work. They produce positive results and are supported by science.

Warmly, Stephen Jepson

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