I place a high priority on making sure my client gets as much value from our time together as possible. It's important to me that they learn new skills and also enjoy what we are doing.
As your instructor, one of my favorite methods of instruction is to ask questions and listen to how you answer. I help my client to think through the goals and challenges you face.
I balance that by offering plenty of information, tools, and experiential learning opportunities.
I love watching the light go on when a you realize that you are stronger and more able than you thought possible. I also enjoy watching my client learn something new about themself or developing new skills.
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I like to have an initial introduction where we can meet and learn about each other. What are your goals? How determined are you to achieving them? What questions do you have for me? I don't charge for this initial meeting because I want to see if we are a good match and if we want to work together.
After that, my style is to ask you questions about all kinds of things. I believe that YOU are the expert on you. As your coach, it's my job to help you uncover your answers and use them to find your way forward.
My favorite clients are those who have a vision for what they wish to achieve. They have a passion and willingness to go for it. I will be your guide, your best cheerleader, and your accountability.
I am a certified, professional Life Coach. I did my training through IPEC. I have:
A certification as a Taiji Instructor
A 200-hour Yoga Teacher certification in Yin Yoga.
Formal training in mental health awareness and Mindfulness.
I am happy to charge clients by the lesson or I can offer discounted package rates.
I've always been a teacher and a coach in one form or another.
One client wanted help with social anxiety. Another was recovering from long-term illness and wanted help figuring out what to do with her life. Others still ask for help with building a writing habit or Taiji.
Come prepared to ask a lot of questions and come with an idea of what your vision and goals are.
My clients should feel like they are making an investment in themselves and their personal development.
It's always a good idea for the student to have initial ideas about what they hope to gain and accomplish from their studies. What do they hope will be the return on their investment?
They should also have plenty of questions for their teacher. I hope to inspire my clients to think about our conversations and engage or play with the ideas we discuss.