Coach and yoga teacher with an extensive experience working as a neuro-intensive care nurse, health visitor, nurse teacher, mentor and academic tutor. I’m a mum to two beautiful teenage children and a wife to one amazing husband. I have special interest in neurosciences which I use as a foundation in both my coaching and yoga.
a little personal…
A few years ago, I hit a point in my career where I was literally pulled in so many directions in my home and work life. My workload increased significantly at one point and the same time, a family crisis hit. In the midst of this I was also finishing my dissertation for my masters degree. Work and life balance was non-existence. Self-care was difficult.
Something had to give.
I stopped to reflect. I took sanctuary in yoga practice which was the start of the deepening of my spirituality practice. Establishing a spiritual practice enabled me to start reassessing life, discovering what was important and prioritising them.
I began to collect tools and created my own self-care rituals which are now non-negotiable. I decided to invest more in myself, both personally and professionally because I believe it is important for my own development and well-being which subsequently has positive impacts on my family and others I support.
It is possible to find different and new ways of being and doing.
I know because I have done and been through this myself. I continue to evolve and change because I believe as human beings we need to. Self-compassion, authenticity and truthfulness are the values I hold dearly to living a fulfilling life.
When we start releasing the shoulds, the coulds, the musts, we can discover what we need to do to feel good about ourselves. And we can do this without the struggle but with flow and ease.
By making small changes and creating new ways, we can begin to see how the new way of being and doing creates a positive impact in our life.
As a result,
we can enjoy a work and life balance that feels rewarding and fulfilling.