Whole Life Coaching

Mindfulness-based and intuitive, Wisdom Warrior Coaching draws from positive psychology, modern neuroscience and authentic wisdom traditions. It’s an approach that allows you to locate, connect with, and draw upon your abundant inner resources and your deepest, most heartfelt desires.

If you are willing to commit, you’ll bring forth what you need. It’s as simple as that.

After we determine 1) what you want 2) where you’re at 3) the obstacles as you perceive them and 4) what your options are, along with 5) moving forward with a solid, achievable plan by utilizing the inner and outer resources that are available to you, we’ll increase your awareness of your personality (with its strengths and limitations) while providing you with the means to transcend your personality when required.

Rather than allowing your unconscious patterns, judgments, and limiting beliefs to determine your current and future experiences, as you become more acquainted with how your mind, brain, heart (and soul, if you like) function, you will begin to choose actions that are best suited to the moment at hand from a place of expanded awareness, providing you with a richer, more enjoyable, more fulfilling experience of life.

Our approach includes passionate curiosity, appropriate challenges, and radical self-responsibility, guiding you into greater and greater degrees of personal empowerment and achievement. In addition, you’ll be supported with a tremendous amount of compassion and empathy, every step of the way.

Whether your focus is career, health, family, creative pursuits, personal growth, spiritual growth or relationships (which by necessity must include the one with yourself) this process will lead to your aspirations, goals, and dreams being made manifest.

Our journey together is designed to change your life—nothing less.

And this is your Life, after all: precious, short, bursting with possibility and unlimited potential.

"Overcome the notion that you must be regular—it robs you of the chance to be extraordinary" - Uta Hagen