Ron Morris Balance strengthens mind/body/spirit
through motivational speaking, consulting, and program design.


By living the balanced life 24/7, I am constantly learning and exploring with true masters of disciplines such as martial arts, Russian Kettlebells, and Zen meditation. These aspects inform a 30 year run of trying, doing and objectively reviewing methods and results for all things necessary to live and maintain a balanced life. Bottom line = a strong body and a quiet mind. Pay attention. I offer a simple, visual breakdown on a wide range of basic techniques that — as you refine them to a deeper level — will reveal a calmer, stronger, leaner you.

What is this all about? The balance. Why this effort to expose this view of base truths in the area of the mind and body? Hasn’t this been said and done a million times before? Boatloads of books, from Oprah to Chopra. Celebrity opinions on how all this life stuff works. Infomercials, pills, gurus of every sort and configuration. Yet even the smartest of us end up not knowing where to start or how to trust in the path we do end up choosing; and that my friends is where this site differs from all others. I will give you the basic outline of what your mind and body need, backed up with real outcomes that make sense to your life. Real people, real me, real deal.

We will bring only the elements that work and propel you forward as a person.

This site also targets the pro and semi pro athlete, to whom this balanced approach kicks ass.

My credentials include working with teenagers at the Lino Lakes Youth Correctional Facility, other prison inmates, college students at campuses across the state of Minnesota, SWAT team members, a best-selling author, world explorers, entrepreneurs, and other professionals. I have helped corporations improve employee morale and firefighters to increase their overall preparedness and improve teamwork and dexterity.

So goes the balance philosophy. With a correct balance of all things relevant, you can do what you like when you like.

So, welcome aboard! Keep your hands inside the ride and nobody gets hurt.