Presenters

Pixie Acia

Featured in Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan and GQ Magazine, to name a few, Pixie Acia has been a staple in the Los Angeles fitness industry for more than a decade. An acclaimed fitness and life coach, her impressive resume includes SoulCycle master instructor and west coast training officer and owner and founder of SurfSweatServe, a fitness, wellness and community service-based retreat company that facilitates confidence-building adventures. 500 RYT Yoga Alliance-Certified, Buti Yoga-Certified, AFAA-Certified, a triathlete and an ambassador for Lululemon, Phat Fudge, Daily Harvest and more, she has impacted the health of thousands of Angelenos with her emphasis on cross-pollination within the community, with the firm belief that “together we get stronger.” Pixie has been teaching yoga to beginners and experienced practitioners for over a decade. Not only is she is well versed in the various aspects of the physical practice, but also she has gone beyond to study fields such as trauma-informed yoga, vinyasa yoga, the subtle body, Kundalini, restorative yoga, injury management and pranayama.

Emma Barry

Emma Barry is an observer and a catalyst. She is also a founding member of the group fitness juggernaut Les Mills International, and a former director for the luxury lifestyle brand Equinox. Emma has held senior roles in programming, product development and training, and she consults to the fastest growing fitness segments: budget clubs and boutique studios. A prolific writer, sought after speaker and mentor, she is fluent in what happens NEXT in fitness, contributing to global forums, trend panels and women’s events. Emma specializes in lighting fires under people and projects that need action NOW.

John Berardi

John Berardi, PhD, is the co-founder of Precision Nutrition, the world's largest online nutrition coaching, software and certification company. He's an advisor to Apple, Equinox, Nike and Titleist, and was recently selected as one of the 20 smartest coaches in the world, as well as one of the 100 most influential people in health and fitness. Over the last 15 years, he and his team have coached more than 100,000 clients through the Precision Nutrition Coaching Program, educated more than 50,000 professionals through the Precision Nutrition Certification, and created the innovative nutrition coaching platform, Precision Nutrition's ProCoach.

Ava Johanna

Ava Johanna is an internationally recognized meditation and yoga teacher, breathwork facilitator, and transformational mentor on a mission to bridge the gap for anyone craving more love, health and happiness in their lives. Ava also hosts The Alchemized Life Podcast, which features top thought leaders in the wellness industry and lessons to inspire listeners to blossom into who they were always meant to become.

Sadie Nardini

Sadie Nardini is the CEO of Sadie Nardini LLC, a fast-growing online yoga, fitness and wellness studio and e-course business. She is the founder of Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga®, an anatomy-enhanced flow yoga style, and The Yoga Shred®, a high-intensity interval training (HIIT) plus yoga flow style based on more mindful yoga alignment and cardio optimization. Sadie is one of the world's bestselling online yoga course creators and her new online studio, The Fit & Fierce Club is booming. Her social media encompasses 1–2 million viewers a month between Facebook, Instagram and the club.

Brian Nunez

Brian Nunez is an internationally recognized industry leader and award-winning presenter, inspiring coaches, companies and clients all over the world to live a focused, fit and free lifestyle. He is a best-selling author, Nike master trainer and successful entrepreneur, as well as one of the most sought after coaches in the world specializing in athletic performance, mental conditioning and business leadership. He is the founder of FNS Training Center, voted Silicon Valley's top training facility in 2016—2018, providing a one-of-a-kind team-training experience, along with personal training, nutrition coaching and mental conditioning.

Kirsten Potenza

With the words, “Be Good. Do Good.” inked along her right foot, Kirsten Potenza, CEO and co-creator of POUND®—Rockout. Workout. leads her body, life and business with that mantra. She founded POUND at the age of 24, but was an entrepreneur long before that, opening an arts and crafts store in her backyard when she was six. She grew up in a tiny town in upstate New York and began playing sports at the age of five, eventually becoming a Division One athlete at UCLA. But it wasn’t until she left college and was no longer playing team sports that she realized there was a shift in what motivated her (and others) to workout. “I went from working out with purpose, camaraderie and lots of cheering, to moving my body just to look better, and it didn’t feel right." Kirsten designed POUND to be something that connected people directly with the beat, using music as an escape to empower and motivate. She believes strongly that a workout should feel as powerful and moving as playing or listening to music. Today, POUND transcends the common experience of the gym through the fusion of movement and making music. With over 20,000 trained instructors in over 90 countries, Kirsten feels strongly that POUND and its passionate community have the ability to shift the fitness conversation and be a catalyst for change.

Robyn Showers

Robyn Showers leads content strategy for Vimeo’s business products, including its one-stop-shop subscription video platform, Vimeo OTT. For more than 10 years, Robyn has been writing, speaking, tweeting and designing content for industry-changing technology companies like HubSpot and Vimeo. Based in Brooklyn, NY, Robyn likes to spend her nonwork hours planning her next trip, reading anything and everything, and yes, also practicing yoga.

Koya Webb

Koya is a wellness trailblazer, inspirational speaker, celebrity holistic health coach, yoga instructor and author who is on a mission to empower and uplift the global community through education and entertainment. She is also the founder of Get Loved Up, an international lifestyle movement and yoga school that inspires mental, spiritual and physical health and wellness.

How do I register?
Online: Visit this link to sign up today! By Phone: 800-999-4332, ext. 7; Outside the U.S. and Canada: 858-535-8979, ext. 7. Please have your credit card number and expiration date ready.

How do I get a group discount on event registrations?
For a discount on group registrations please contact IDEA Inspired Service at (800) 999-4332 ext. 7 for assistance.

Do IDEA Business Members have an event discount?
IDEA Business Members receive the discounted member price on unlimited registrations for conference and preconference sessions. Please contact IDEA Inspired Service at (800) 999-4332 ext. 7 for assistance.

What are the Attendee Registration hours for questions/assistance?
Wednesday, June 26: 7:00am – 7:00pm
Thursday, June 27: 6:30am – 6:00pm
Friday, June 28: 6:30am – 7:00pm
Saturday, June 29: 6:30am – 7:00pm

Can people bring in their own equipment to use/demonstrate in sessions when working out?
No, because of safety concerns we cannot allow any other type of equipment (wearable, portable) other than the equipment that IDEA has provided in the conference session(s).

How do I join the IDEA Events Support Squad?
When you apply to be a member of the Support Squad, you will be given a complimentary registration to the event in exchange for 10-14 hours of support during the event. Support Squad member could be asked to do a number of different tasks with schedules completely customizable to fit your schedule. While not supporting IDEA staff Support Squad members are free to attend educational sessions, are welcome to all functions, parties and seminars in addition to receiving a full compliment of CECs. www.ideafit.com/assistant.

What should I bring?
Once on-site, you will want to make sure you have your registration confirmation, picture ID, a printed copy of sessions, water (bring a bottle and refill it at the water stations), snacks, a sweatshirt (sometimes the rooms get a little cool, especially after some exercise), a yoga mat (for mind/body sessions), a notepad and a pen or pencil, business cards for networking, the conference brochure (if you want to change a session) and session handouts.

Are there places to change and/or shower between classes?
Unfortunately, other than your hotel room, there are no shower facilities available to attendees in the hotel. Restroom facilities throughout the venue can be used for changing clothes, if needed.

Will handouts be available for event sessions?
Session handouts will not be available at the event. Attendees should print the handouts they need. Session handouts will be available to print at least 2 weeks prior to the event. To print handouts, click on Session Handouts.

How do I get CECs for the sessions I attend?
Your proof of attendance and CEC credits are on your CEC certificate, which you can access anytime after the conference at www.ideafit.com/myeducation. Workouts do not qualify for CECs. They are designed to be just that, a workout. No CEC-able education is associated with them.

Which certification agencies offer CECs for this event?
The credits you can earn at this event are recognized by the following agencies: ACE, ACSM, AFAA, BOC, NASM, NFPT, NSCA, W.I.T.S., Cooper Institute, NETA, NESTA, and NFPT. If your certification agency is not listed, simply check with the agency to see what credits it allows.

How many CECs can I earn at the event?
You can earn up to 24 CEC hours by attending the full event and even more if you attend the preconference sessions. That’s enough credits for your certification renewal! (Please check with your specific certification agency for their renewal criteria).

What do I do if zero credits are assigned to my scheduled session?
CECs are assigned by the certification agency, not IDEA. Certification agencies base credits on the education provided and presenter qualifications. If you would like to attend a different session that is offering CEC credit, simply make the change online to your schedule prior to attending the event, or to make changes to your schedule on-site, visit Attendee Registration.

How many CECs are offered for each session?
Generally, you’ll receive one CEC per contact hour for workshops and lectures. If you attend a 2-hour workshop, you’ll receive up to 2 credit hours. We are in the process of getting approvals from each of the agencies above and will post the credits in session selection as soon as they are available. That way you’ll know exactly how many credits the session you are interested in attending is approved for by your certification agency. Check out how many CECs were offered at last year’s event here

Do I get CECs for completing the preconference and postconference sessions?
Yes, at the end of the preconference or postconference session you’ll receive a Certificate of Completion that will include the number of CECs for attending. Make a copy for your records and send a copy to your certification agency.

What is the age you need to be in order to attend/register for the IDEA World Club & Studio Summit?
You need to be at least 18 years old in order to attend the IDEA World Club & Studio Summit. In response to attendee requests and to preserve the educational atmosphere of the convention, children under the age of 18 are not allowed in sessions, even to observe.

What is your policy on service animals?
If you require an Emotion Support Animal (ESA) please contact IDEA prior to arriving to the event. IDEA will require current documentation (not more than one year old) on letterhead from a licensed mental health professional stating (1) the attendee has a mental health-related disability listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM IV); (2) having the animal accompany the attendee is necessary to the attendee’s mental health or treatment; (3) the individual providing the assessment of the attendee is a licensed mental health professional and the attendee is under his/her professional care; and (4) the date and type of the mental health professional’s license and the state or other jurisdiction in which it was issued. This documentation may be required as a condition of permitting ESA’s to accompany attendees. Under the Americans With Disabilities Act, ESA’s are not given the same rights and exemptions as Service Animals and approval of ESA’s in public areas and businesses are at the discretion of those entities. If prior approval is not given by IDEA, attendees will be asked to remove the ESA from the event.

What is the event registration cancellation policy?
If we receive your cancellation notice 30 days prior to any vent, the administrative processing fee is $100. There will be no refunds allowed after that date or for no-shows. You can cancel anytime prior to the event and a credit will be issued that can be used toward a future IDEA event. Credits issued will expire on December 31 of the following calendar year. We've made it easier to switch names on registrations at no charge. If you can't make it, you may send a colleague in your place by contacting Inspired Service at least 7 days prior to the event (switches are subject to a fee increase based on membership status). Contact Inspired Service for further assistance at (800) 999-4332, x7, or email at member@ideafit.com.