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Mindfulness & Movement Coaching

Release what's been holding you back & allow peace in your life.

Step fully into your power.


“Until you make the unconscious
conscious, it will direct
your life and you will call it fate”

-C. G. Jung

Mindful Stress Management

Reduce chronic stress, cope with stress as it arises and develop resilience for future difficulty through simple practices. Better understand the autonomic nervous system and how to counter the "stress response".

Goals & Benefits:

  • Breathwork exercises are designed to lower stress quickly.

  • Cultivating a strong sense of inner strength and resilience for future stressors.

  • Information about the autonomic nervous system and how it relates to chronic and acute stress.

  • Meditation and adapted relaxation techniques for everyday stress

Self-Care & Joy Maintenance

Develop a stronger, more consistent sense of peace, resilience, self-acceptance and patience. Using guided mindfulness practices to tap into which areas are lacking/being neglected.

Goals & Benefits:

  • Uncovering the areas of self that are currently being neglected and/or under-valued, and possible reasons behind these subconscious decisions.

  • Tapping into the body to feel into neglected areas and provide much-needed love and relief.

  • Developing a deeper sense of self-love, patience and inner peace.

  • Designing and implementing a personal self-care routine that works for you.

Grief Movement Support

A supportive, non-judgmental space for any/all emotions related to grief to be felt and/or released through movement, breathwork and mindfulness exercises.

Goals & Benefits:

  • Accessing body-stored emotions in a supportive space through guided movements combined with the breath.

  • Feeling into and/or releasing various emotions involved with grief (such as anger, sadness, guilt, regret, joy, confusion, etc.) through mindfulness practices and breathwork.

  • Allowing whatever emotions, thoughts and feelings to be felt in a safe and non-judgmental environment. 

Note: Grief can be due to any number of factors; death of a loved one, the death of a beloved pet, societal issues, intergenerational/cultural issues, loss of job, divorce/breakup, difficult move, etc.


Grief types can include acute grief (initial/recent), anticipatory grief (ahead of the actual event), prolonged grief (long-held/event was not recent), or any other form or combination.


Grief can be straightforward (essentially; only loving, kind memories and feelings remain). Grief can also be complicated/ complex (a mix of or only feelings of anger, guilt, resentment, etc.)

Depression & Anxiety Support

Working within the body's limitations to access deeper into the "numbness" caused by chronic depression. For anxiety support- mindfulness practices are used to calm the body, feel into activations and develop a stronger sense of peace.

Goals & Benefits:

  • Providing love & support into the areas of the body holding onto depression & anxiety.

  • Allowing emotions/body limitations to be felt in a supportive environment through mindfulness, breathwork & movement.

  • Guided visualization and meditations to help calm the mind and reduce overthinking.


I once had a client come to me asking for 1:1 chair yoga zoom sessions. The instructions were clear- nothing emotional, nothing spiritual, just stretching. "No problem”, I replied. If someone comes to me with clear boundaries on what they’re looking for, I will (of course) oblige.


However, a funny thing happened. Not even two sessions in, the client decided they wanted to re-direct. After allowing their initial fears and hesitations to subside, they very quickly realized their favourite part of each session was not actually the physical stretching (although, that was important for them too). The best part was the feeling of peace that came from the mindfulness practices and breathwork. It was the unexpected emotional release that came from working with the body that left them wanting more.


I tell this story to remind you that your fears and hesitations are perfectly natural. Trying something new can feel scary. Your initial reaction may be to reject or try to control, and that is completely alright. Fear is a protective mechanism to keep you safe. However, allowing fear to control your life and keep you stuck, is when it becomes harmful.


If you've made it to this page, allow yourself the gift of curiosity. Book your free 30-minute compatibility call.

A Client Story...

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