Tiwa King is an internationally known Singer, Wellbeing Consultant, two-time TEDx Speaker, BBC radio contributor, Author, award-winning Social-Entrepreneur and Founder of Beyond A Song CIC.
Renowned for her use of lived experience, positive psychology and music, she curates and facilitates workshops that have a deep and lasting impact on audiences. Passionate about Empowerment, Diversity and Inclusion - She is proud and grateful to have worked with many amazing organisations and individuals.
Inspired by her father’s constant encouragement, from aged just 5, to sing ‘Amazing Grace’ at every opportunity, Tiwa honed the skills to connect, inspire and engage those around her. Tiwa King is now an internationally known Wellbeing Consultant, speaker, singer, and author. Her lived and professional experience, coupled with her musical background, enables her to combine positive psychology and the power of music to lead impactful, lasting change.
This has led to Tiwa founding ‘Beyond A Song’ – a unique social enterprise that delivers wellbeing programmes to communities and educational settings but also provide wellbeing focused team building, training experiences and wellbeing programmes to companies & corporates – using the power of song.
Proud to have worked with
Tiwa has worked with, and presented on platforms, including
TEDx, BBC, ITV, NHS, Apple, Pollen, Social Ark, local authorities, charities and schools
across London and internationally.
The mission is simple -
to empower, build confidence & self-love, ensuring individuals' wellbeing is at the core of everything they do.
Our vision is-
a world where everyone feels worthy enough to hold their own ‘microphone’ - building the confidence to drive positive change.
Our Values are -
powered by authenticity, embedding creativity & wellbeing practices to unearth the potential within.
Connectedness, individuality & legacy are our guiding principles
“ You are a story - My job is to empower you to own the story you were born with but feel confident and equipped to write a new one.”