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    Embodied Life Coaching

    Do you find yourself overwhelmed, spread too thin, feeling lost or out of touch with yourself?


    I help people find practical ways to

    • tune into their needs
    • make choices that feel good

    • move forwards with clarity and hope


    These are ideal if you're either feeling stuck or are going through a period of change in your life.


    Some people see embodiment as a lost language that's inside us all. A knowing that's often ignored but that can help access greater happiness, connection and confidence.


  • What is Embodied Coaching?

    why it's different, and why it's so helpful...

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    How coaching works

    This coaching uses movement and simple, practical tools that you can easily add to your everyday life.


    It's not therapy and isn't focused on talking about your past, but about practical ways of working with what you can do in the here and now.


    I work online and in-person in Frome, Bath and Bristol.


    Please head over to my other site to find out more about embodied coaching.


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    Pelvic Wellbeing Coaching

    If you're looking for a practical, supportive coach to help you make the small shifts that can make big differences to your pelvic floor.


    I've been helping people tune into their core and pelvic floor for over 6 years using simple science-based mind body tools.


    I run sessions online and in the South West of England (Frome, Bath and Bristol)

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    Lost in motherhood?


    Parenthood can sometimes lead to feelings of:

    • stuckness when the routine is getting you down
    • not feeling quite your old self
    • being torn between work and family life
    • sense of overwhelm or a lack of space for yourself
    • a desire to show up more fully for yourself, your partner and your kids
    • grief for your old life
    • frustration with relationships

    Embodied coaching gives you tools and options to do things differently and move out of those patterns.


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    It's how we are, who we are.


    The lived experience in your body rather than an external or objectified idea.