We’re beyond delighted to announce Tony Kemp as InnerOrigin New Zealand Ambassador! Tony is a most incredible human and we couldn’t be more excited! 

Listen to a special interview with Tony Kemp and our CEO Sally-Anne Ferguson, full of inspiration, and raw transparency of what it takes to achieve at the highest levels in life, it’s one you for sure don’t want to miss!

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About Tony Kemp

InnerOrigin Advocate Ambassador Tony Kemp is an inspirational lifestyle coach, motivational speaker, mentor and leader. He is passionate about helping others in the community accomplish their health goals and reach their full potential in business and in wider life. Tony specialises in working with motivated individuals and companies who endeavor to make an impact through personal and social change.

Coming from humble beginnings, Tony has forged a distinguished Rugby League career as a player, coach and administrator. With over 35 years experience in High Performance Sport, Tony is a valued industry expert in talent development, coaching, governance and management. He is best known for his roles as test representative for the New Zealand Kiwis, and Warriors head coach. 

Also a qualified Functional Medicine Health Practitioner, Tony is masterful in working alongside others to overcome their health concerns. Believing that transformative outcomes can be achieved by fostering a strong therapeutic relationship, Tony creates strong, integrative solutions with his client. He empowers and educates to ensure optimal functioning at a whole-person level. 

Tony now divides his time between private coaching and consulting, the boardroom, speaking engagements and media presenting. Experienced and values-driven, Tony works across an array of platforms to engage and inspire others to set goals, follow their dreams, and leave a legacy.

“I know the importance of health and wellbeing and InnerOrigin represents a growing market where we can trust the products we buy to be clean therefore giving us alternatives to products which have an adverse effect on our wellbeing and health.”

Tony Kemp