You’ve undoubtedly heard of life coaching, but what does it really mean? It’s fundamentally as simple as giving you a safe and supportive environment in which to process, organise and facilitate your thoughts.
One of the key elements of yoga that I practice, but that is equally applicable in all areas of life, is the philosophy of Ahimsa. This roughly translates into is the idea of ‘non-harming’, which means different things to everyone, but for me it means that no one should push their agenda on you - that allowing you the space to feel at one with yourself is the most important thing.
I am not here to judge or to ask any more than you’re willing to give, but I will always be available to listen and when asked, offer observations and reflections. More than anything, I want you to feel that you can be yourself at all times.
Of course, this process is as unique to you as your fingerprint, so no single coaching session will be the same. Whether it’s addressing subjects as specific as your career or life-goals, it could also be as general as your sense of self and overall wellbeing. It could even be all of the above! Whatever it is you want to explore, we’ll create a plan together to help you distill your vision into realistic, achievable targets.
What can you expect from me?
Ultimately, this is your time, and while I will be there to give you the prompts and opportunity to express what it is you’re looking to achieve, where we go during the session is entirely up to you. What I can guarantee you’ll always get is Honesty, Respect and Kindness - the three guiding principles that are most important to me.
I will always be open and candid about what I believe you can achieve. I will sensitively and supportively encourage you to push yourself to the edge of your comfort zone. It’s from there that the most growth and improvement will come.