“The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are” Joseph Campbell
Wellness Mentoring offers practical tools of self-care to:
• build your self-esteem & confidence
• regenerate your body – feel & look younger
• find what you deeply care about in life
• regulate your weight
• free your energy, creativity & positivity
• strengthen your immune system
• bring about deep relaxation & a sense of wellbeing
• enhance your strength, vitality & mental clarity
• find the authentic gifts to have to share with world
What’s the next right step for YOU?
Through mentoring I can help empower you to make lasting lifestyle changes; enabling you, in a practical, joyful, light-hearted way, to attain your highest potential physically, mentally and spiritually. Through our period of time together you will literally start to establish positive neural pathways.
Together we will explore how to develop a healthy relationship with food – how to plan, shop, and to shift to cleaner eating habits and lifestyle supported by nourishing, delicious whole foods.
We will look at the rhythms and patterns of your life and take time to understand what might be holding back and what might help you to shift into a new space of balanced wellness.
Whatever we work on, we will start with acceptance and compassion, and these principles will guide how we work together.
Wellbeing coaching/mentoring can either be via telephone or Skype.
Let’s start with a free introductory 30 minute call to ensure that you feel my style of mentoring is right for you. From then we’ll plan a number of sessions together.
I look forward to the opportunity to journey with you!
Chloe Gibbs, Eco Hotel Owner, Brazil
“I’ve had a series of wellness sessions to support me in a process of ‘breakthrough’ and not ‘breakdown’. We’ve talked, done different restorative yoga positions, talked through different rituals that I can incorporate into my daily routine and diet. I am convinced this was one of the most important things I have done to help myself get through a period of depression after a difficult separation. Further after years of working too hard, it has been great to stop and look at myself, my health and my feelings.”Max, Financial Advisor, London