Are you feeling stuck or overwhelmed?
Are you looking to gain clarity and understanding of yourself and your direction?
In 1:1 private coaching sessions, I help support and guide you on your journey towards self-empowerment, embodiment, and confidence.
My life coaching sessions are tailored around your specific needs and goals, and may include multiple techniques such as guided meditation, visualizations, somatic experiencing, nervous system re-programming, mindset shifts, shadow work, energy work, breathwork, psychic activation, trauma recovery, and more.
I provide structure through writing, planning, and journaling to help you execute action steps.
If you’re looking for a supportive and compassionate coach to help guide you on your journey, then I’m here to help. If you are ready to make the commitment to change your life and want support and accountability, book a session today to get started on your journey to confidence and empowerment!
Empowerment & Embodiment Coaching
For individuals or couples struggling in their marriage, intimate relationships, family dynamics, or work relationships. We will focus on communication strategies and examine the needs of the relationship ecosystem, and implement tools to find clarity and bring joy back into your relationships.
Emotions become stuck in our bodies causing physical pain and disease when unaddressed. Emotional intelligence is VERY important because our emotions carry specific information to help us heal. This theme is for those who feel stuck emotionally and want to work on releasing emotions.
Coaching focuses on regulating and re-patterning the nervous system, releasing stuck trauma from the body; guided shadow work, energy work, and meditations; somatic techniques, and healing/activating the throat chakra. We will work on communication, boundaries, and empowerment.
Strategic communication is woven into all themes of my work. Improving your communication skills will improve ALL areas of your life. If you want practical help with communication in specific situations, we can focus on writing, speaking, and engaging in conflict with grace and confidence.
Carl Jung described the Shadow Self as the parts of ourselves that we view as shameful, bad, negative, or wrong. At some point in our lives (usually at a young age), we learned that these parts were “unacceptable” to the people around us in some way – maybe we were shamed for crying, punished for being angry, or ridiculed for being proud of ourselves.