Be Whole Be Happy Life Coaching
So you’re considering some life coaching. Perhaps that’s because you feel…
- Pulled in so many directions
- Unable to quiet your mind
- Busy but not with what you really want to be doing
- Unfulfilled in your job
- Frustrated in your relationships
- Lacking money, time, or sleep
- Unsure what your goals are
- Discouraged in reaching the goals you have
Over ten years ago, I felt ALL of that! I was managing and serving at restaurants in my hometown of Seattle, working long hours, double shifts, late nights, 7 days a week. I had recently ended a verbally abusive relationship. And I was NOT moving ahead with the life I wanted or pursuing my real love of singing. I was stagnant, constantly tired, behind on my bills, and naturally – unhappy.
That’s why I know how you feel.
Fast forward to 2016 after Yoga and the path of mindful living came to me. I’ve spent the last ten years practicing, digging in the shadows of myself, uncovering traumas and other things that had been hiding away, reconciling and integrating parts of myself that I didn’t want to know or trust. In other words, I learned how to live authentically, and I am no longer bound to the negative feelings of my past.
I understand that you’re craving a shift. And I want you to find the practices that will meet you where you are right now. Whether the healing begins with your body, your heart and mind, or your relationships, we can work together to become more whole and happy – to become more of yourSELF and live each moment authentically.
Why “Be whole, Be happy”?
Because, as one of my teachers, Swami Vivekananda, says, “Happiness is our birthright. Happiness the treasure of our soul.” Happiness exists inside us. It is there waiting for us. Through the process to authentic living, we can each uncover our whole self, and discover and experience happiness every day.
But that might seem like a lofty goal. Let’s just start with identifying where you are, where you want to head and what it’ll take to get you there.
You might not remember, but there was a time in your life (maybe in your childhood) when you felt free to be exactly who you wanted to be and could easily show up happy to whatever life offered you. If you’re living in a modern society, it’s probably been a long time since you thought that was possible.
But it’s not too late to discover that your greatest calling in life is to be YOU with no excuses for being otherwise.
What does being whole and happy look like?
It looks different for everyone and changes through the course of our lives. That’s why personal coaching is so valuable. There’s no one-size-fits-all model for happiness or authenticity.
One question we might start with is: “If you could spend today doing anything, what would you do?”
Rumi said, “Everyone has been made for some particular work, and the desire for that work has been put in every heart.”
Learning to live authentically doesn’t mean we stop going to work, eat whatever we want and quit planning our days and weeks. Authentic living starts with adopting routines and practices to bring our desires into focus, to heal the body, mind and heart, and to train us to believe in ourselves and go after what we want. It takes working hard and being very honest with ourselves, maybe more than we’ve ever been before.
Why work with me?
My passion is introducing a path to my clients to reawaken their own understanding of themselves and help them uncover, discover and recover who they want to be. Using ancient wisdom like the Yoga Sutras, Ayurveda, Tantric practices, Buddhist mindfulness and Yogic techniques as well as modern coaching tools, I offer clients a step-by-step guide to look inside, sift through the mud and find the gorgeous flower blooming underneath. That flower is the real YOU.
I want you to love what you do too. Not just what you do for work (although that’s important), but to love who you are, and how you show up to each moment of your life. I want you to feel empowered to do the work, persevere through the challenges, recognize who you uncover and let that authentic voice become your own.
Be Whole Be Happy coaching is not only for those who are just discovering their path or feeling stuck. It’s for anyone who wants to find clarity in their next phase of personal growth, career, spiritual path, relationships or any aspect of life. It will take you from where you are now to where you want to be.
Since we’ve targeted what we don’t want to feel, let’s look at the BENEFITS you can attain through coaching:
- Discover where you are now
- Set accomplishable goals for 3-6 months to transition into the next phase of your more whole and happy life
- Uncover blockages and obstacles in your life
- Take personal responsibility for your actions on all levels
- Progress in your spiritual growth
- Have accountability on your path with bi-monthly check-ins and monthly coaching sessions
- Incorporate a tailored yoga and meditation practice to support the work you’re doing off the mat
- Become mindful in all aspects of your life
What you’ll receive from me:
- A free 30 min. introductory call to determine how we can best work together
- Three, six or ten 2 (two) hour coaching sessions (in person or phone/online)
- Personally customized coaching to meet your goals, desires and lifestyle
- A tailored yoga, meditation or movement practice to support you in body and mind
- Regular email and phone support
Sliding Scale Packages:
Single Session: $150-$250
Three Sessions: $450-$650
Six Sessions: $850-1250
Ten Sessions: $1450-1850
Fill out the contact form to start the conversation about how to become your most whole and happy self!
I’ll do my best to contact you within 48 hours. In the unlikely case that you don’t hear from me, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org directly.
Love and Gratitude,
I feel like I need to explicitly express my gratitude to you because you introduced me to yoga. And I really appreciate how you approached yoga when you taught it to me, because I'm not sure it would be as important to me if it wasn't for you. When times are tough, I always remember something you used to say, which was along the lines of "aspire toward the good." I can't imagine what my late teens until now would be like if I didn't take your classes.Yoga Teacher Training Graduate, Federal Way, WA