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There will always be windy days.

Find your ground.

My approach...

Erin listens without judgement. She has a perspective that improves my understanding of what I'm really dealing with. She pays attention to what the real issues are, things I may not see, and opens up ideas for me.

-Bernie Kemp, Ph.D

Through the coaching process, we will explore the ways self care is most relevant for you. True self care allows others to take care of their own emotional needs so that you can take care of yours. It’s about choosing to eat balanced meals, read beautiful poetry, and go to sleep at regular times—because these things make it possible for you to be of service in the world with energy, humor, focus, and purpose.

Outcomes

empowerment to take control of your health


Resilience practices that connect you to vision, possibilities, and healing

acceptance of yourself as you are in this moment


transformation of old patterns so you can feel more connected, open, and alive

exploration of somatic and neuroscience-based approaches that create lasting change


information that helps you make the right health care choices for you

support in developing small, daily practices that connect you to Source and invite beauty, mystery, and presence into your life

openness to experiences of curiosity and wonder

What we can work on together

 

Strategies for dealing with stress, uncertainty, and health challenges.

Enhanced spiritual health through exploring spiritual practices that nourish and sustain you and allow healing and transformation to occur in your life. Begin treating your spiritual health as an essential component of healing.

Feel better and learn to make healthy diet and lifestyle choices that lead to effective action
 and enhanced well-being.

 Increase your ability to connect to yourself and others in more meaningful ways.

Enhance mind-body connection through somatic-based coaching techniques, dietary and lifestyle recommendations, and intentional practices to help you make changes that stick.

Make effective changes by embracing practices and creative possibilities that improve your health on all levels. 

I define self care as the hard work of self-inquiry for the purpose of being of service to others. The self care I'm talking about is not a form of pampering, or something you do to recover from overextending. (Once you've overextended, it's no longer self care, but an opportunity to reevaluate the choices that are getting in the way of you being healthy, financially independent, mentally fit, and spiritually nourished.) Self care is something you do in the moment, every day.

 

You don’t need to make time to do self care. Overextending all week long, knowing that you have Saturday off to recover, is not sustainable long-term. Stress can lead to serious health consequences—such as heart disease, chronic pain, and a weakened immune response – that take time and energy away from your capacity to be centered, open, curious, and playful.

In our sessions together you will develop strategies for self care that are available to you in the moment. You will learn resilience practices that help you tune into your own sensations, and inner worlds, as well as focus on those around you, and your environment in a way that nourishes your sense of connection, belonging, and purpose.

When you truly care for yourself and make self care a discipline (just like brushing your teeth or wearing your seatbelt) you become stronger and more able to give to others. 
You become a more engaged business owner, a better teacher, a more capable parent, a kinder minister, a more loving spouse. When you practice self care, you make choices that are grounded in the innate wisdom of your body. You commit to the things that matter to you. You become the kind of person who walks the earth with a sense of sacred purpose and dignity.


 

How can wellness coaching help you?

What you can expect from your coaching sessions:

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self care takes care of us all

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North Carolina, USA