About the Head Fun-Raiser

Help make the world a more playful and healthy place.

 

 

 

My name is Jared Hippler, I am a certified MovNat (MoveNaturally) trainer, motivational speaker, Pentathlete, Martial Artist, and 2 time Peace Corps Volunteer.

 

When I returned to the US from the Peace Corps in Kyrgyzstan & volunteering on organic farms in 2011, I noticed how any public transport I took, almost 80% of the people were staring at their screens. Most people didn't even acknowledging the presence of the person sitting next to them, I want to change this, and that is why I created Primal Play.

 

 

Primal Play's main purpose is to reconnect people with each other and nature.

 

 

 

We are in the field of Fun-Raising. If you have a group of people & you want them to laugh with each other for extended periods of time, we can help you. We can help you accomplish this goal through three different services:

 

 

Workshops         

Play-based movement & or  team building

 

Products             

Designed to get humans primally engaging

 

Consulting         

With organizations or families on how to make their places of work or home more playful.

 

 

Other services I also offer (jhippler.com)

 

  • Public Speaking Engagements 

  • Master of Ceremonies

  • Personal or small group training

    • In health, happiness, weight-loss, exercise & mobility, mixed martial arts or self-defense.

 

 

 

I teach from a holistic point of view, always creating a fun learning environment where you will learn all the tools and techniques you need to be successful and happy.

 

I speak on a number of different health and wellness topics from the importance of human play over screen-play to how to be joyful.

 

Primal Play is a young company and we are looking for people who are passionate about our mission and would like to help!

Please reach out to us if you are interested!

Contact for consultation, playshops, speaking inquiries or more info. 

PRIMALLY 

PLAYFUL

SERVICES

Tel: (530) 867- 0036

info@primalplay.org