Transfomational Coaching

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It is so easy to fall deep into the trap of “a System.”

“Follow These 8 Steps!”  “12 Things Guaranteed to Change Your Life!”  “10 Ways to Be a Better You!”

 
 

I get it.

Most of us have these linear minds that like to follow mapped-out progressions, and these fragile Egos that have been praised in the past for “following all the rules.”

 

That’s not what I do.

I have no System.

That would be trying to fit you in a box.  My box.  Or someone else’s box.

And you are as Unique as they come.

After nearly two decades of doing what I do, I now know that my gift is truly Seeing and Being With the individual before me, and co-creating with them a practice that will lead to Transformation. 

I am able to feel into what sorts of changes would best suit you first and fast, creating sustainable change that will build confidence that this Works, and leave you hungry for more.

 

Our work together might look like:

 

·      Appropriate self-care practices

·      Reducing pain, Improving sleep or increasing energy through Yoga postures

·      Meditation, visualization or Yoga Nidra

·      Traditional, nutrient-dense based diets, and healing the gut

·      Challenging current stories, and removing limiting beliefs

·      Relationship clarity and learning how to ask for what you want

·      Energetic Hygiene

·      Chakra balancing and clearing

·      Helping you clear old blocks you are unable to see for yourself

·      Using essential oils as proactive healthcare

Are you ready for some fierce love?

Most transformational coaching is by phone, so no matter where you are in the world, we can work together.

I am happy to have a free, 15-minute discovery call with those serious about the work, and wanting to know more.  

Simply email me to schedule or with any questions.

If you would like to preview coaching packages, you can do that here, or explore my upcoming workshops and online offerings.

 

 

 

 

And the time came

when the risk to remain tight

in a bud was more painful than the

risk it took to bloom.

- Anais Nin

 

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