Every phase in our life, whether a student, single, married, divorced, pregnant, parent, employed or retired, we are constantly changing. Things can change us. People can change us. Events can change us. A minute can change us.
Change can have us feeling overwhelmed, anxious, and stressed. A stand-still can also have us feeling those same feelings. We sometimes feel like we are on autopilot, just existing. I am here to turn off the autopilot. It is time for you to no longer fly off sole existence.
It is now time to live manually. Take back control of your direction.
You haven't been thriving- you've been surviving.
Surviving with your unhealthy coping skills. Surviving as you’ve been stuck in a toxic relationship. Surviving.
As a Spiritual Life Coach, my holistic approach is to guide your soul back "home” to your core by aligning the mind, body, and soul. On this journey, we will explore and understand your patterns, routines, and triggers. We will work with tools to help build healthy mechanisms and coping skills which help promote self-love and healthy relationships. Our work will consist of awareness and mindfulness, consisting of various techniques such as reiki, meditation, energy-work, breath-work, and spiritual life coaching.
What is the difference between a “Life Coach” and a “Spiritual Life Coach”?
A Life Coach helps clarify your goals, identify the obstacles holding you back, and then produce strategies for overcoming each obstacle. The goal of a Life Coach is to accomplish something in your outer world- a thing.
The goal of a Spiritual Life Coach is to accomplish something in your inner world- a sense.
Spiritual Life Coaching helps people find their sense of peace, love, and purpose, as well as wholeness, balance, and alignment.
A Life Coach gives you directions to reach your destination, while a Spiritual Life Coach drives with you on your journey to your destination.
Movement vs. Stillness
The destination vs. The journey