Tomasz Drybala is a Keynote Speaker, Mindful Running and Active Meditation Teacher, Flow Coach, and Extreme Runner.

Tom runs neuroscience-based program teaching individuals and organisations how to use mindful running and active meditation to get into the flow and unlock focus, creativity and joy.

Drawing on his personal experiences as an extreme runner. Testing, identifying and overcoming limits of his own body and mind, Tom created 'powerful tools' designed for life transformation. To date, his ultra-running challenges consist of five million steps in 101 days and running 11,000 kilometres unsupported through Asia. In 2022, Tom starts running 40,075 kilometres, which is the circumference of Earth.

Tom's practice of mindful running and active meditation has caught the attention of leading scientists at the University of Westminster, who are now conducting 3-year research. This project led by Dr Sanjoy Deb will be a first of its kind research project using the latest scientifically proven advanced research methods and technologies.

Tom's corporate and university speeches, coaching programmes and workshops have attracted thousands of people and gained great feedback from professors, university chancellors, students and the corporate world. As a keynote speaker, Tom seeks to get the potential out of everyone, empower and inspire better overall well-being, ultimately creating a healthier, more active lifestyle culture.

Tom is the founder of Flow Boosting Boot Camp in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, China, Hong Kon and on the Pacific and Atlantic ocean coasts in the United States.

Driven by a passion for creating global change, Tom helps UNICEF to keep children safe. His main areas of focus are Child Protection and Education. Through his philanthropic work for the Wave Trust charity, he supports the World Health Organisation Task Force in connecting communities committed to preventing adverse childhood experiences and building trauma-informed societies.