My Approach

Change is possible. It's what has kept humanity adapting, existing and evolving but change can feel elusive when we're stuck in hurtful patterns and self-sabotage under the trauma and stress of modern existence.


We have the power to live in alignment and awareness. To live exuberantly, build constructive habits, attune with our purpose, and discover resilience.


Through self-responsibility, curiosity and self-compassion we can learn to find the awareness to guide ourselves again, care for our bodies, mind, community and beyond.

The power to live fully is already within us, we just have to hone it.


I use integrative technique, tailored to you.

My training includes:

Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy Foundational Training at The Oxford Mindfulness Centre

Transformational Life Coaching at the Animas Centre

Ongoing training in Mindfulness Meditation under Tara Brach and Jack Kornfeld through the Awareness Training Institute

Yoga Teacher Training at Sangye School of Yoga


with continued studies on

Trauma-sensitive Listening, The Realisation Process, Integrative Counselling Skills & Mental Health First Aid


I came to Mindfulness-based Life Coaching via Yoga. Yoga's literal translation is union. To me and my approach, it is the union of the Self with Awareness. Awareness can feel like a general term, but it's key to transformation. Awareness is innate to us all but gets clouded by negative self-talk, arbitrary rules, unprocessed trauma, external expectations, fear, depression, obligations and many more influences over which we often feel little control or gave no permission to receive.


Our innate Awareness is what is meant when people say, "you have everything you need within you, you just have to uncover it." That is to say, our true, unclouded state, is one of connection, wisdom, kindness, resiliency, diplomacy, generosity, and gratitude but finding that consistently is a process of uncovering. The practice of Yoga Asana (postures), Pranayama (breath control) Pratyahara (environment regulation) and Dhyana (meditation) are  methods I use. Now, I've added Integrative counselling skills, MBCT and Mindfulness to help you uncover this thriving Self.


The beauty of this all is that it means we have the capacity for self-empowerment. Teachers can be guides but the true root of transformation sits within you, you just need the tools, and then you practice, refine, develop and sharpen it over time.

My purpose is to guide you to hone your existence into the shape in which you flourish.