A few words about me…

Hola! I’m a formally trained and certified life coach. I began a career as a Life Coach because my own life has been illuminated from the help of 9 coaches over 17 years, and counting. I’ve been turning my dreams into goals for as long as I can remember – getting a regular dose of gentle nudges significantly improved my ability to manifest my deepest desires and build inner strength needed for lasting change. In 2005, I moved from Canada to Santiago, Chile to, “do business in a boardroom speaking Spanish”.
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My other certifications include, Usui Reiki Practitioner and Business English Teacher.

Daily, I challenge myself to be better than yesterday.

Core Values & Accountability

MY VALUES

I honour Brené Brown‘s guidance to pick one core value and practice it. Mine is: HEALTH

♦ mental & emotional health

♦ physical health

♦ spiritual health

To uphold this top value, I nurture myself with time in nature, gentle self-talk, eating well, rest, exercise, and stillness.

MY PROMISE

I follow a strict Code of Ethics congruent with the International Coach Federation (ICF) guidelines. I strive to be ethical, even in the face of difficult decision making.

In my work, I establish clear agreements and keep all promises no matter how great or small.

♥ I promise to respect your learning style, perceptions, and personal being.
♥ I promise to support and champion your hopes, wishes, dreams, and desires.
♥ I promise to inject lightness when necessary and to give you the space to be sincere.

I agree to be present, flexible, and open at every moment.

In Pursuit of
Your Success

My commitment is to your journey. I promise to help you help yourself dream big, strategize, and achieve your goals.

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Authenticity inspires respect because it takes courage to own who you really are. – Arlene Dickinson