Welcome!

I’m glad you’ve found my site.

What brought you here today?  What words did you use to search?  My hunch is they had something to do with HEALTH and WELL-BEING.  Am I right?

Well this website and my work are dedicated to ENCOURAGING people like you to RE-DISCOVER greater HEALTH and WELL-BEING, amid our modern lives that present us with so many options for "dis-ease", distraction, and dissatisfaction.  I use the word "re-discover" because I believe most of us at some time in our lives have experienced what it feels like to be healthy and well in mind and body.  We just need to re-member those times when we felt whole, centered, and balanced in mind, body, and spirit.

HEALTH COACHING is a new and emerging field that at its core is about LISTENING to people in such a way that they are able to rediscover what is MOST IMPORTANT to them, and then link those VALUES and PRIORITIES to whatever OPTIONS they CHOOSE for moving them toward THEIR VISION of greater health and well-being.  That's a little long-winded.  But in short, I think health coaching gets at the best of what it means to educate.  For education's original meaning was to "edu-care" or "bring forth" the curiosity, intellect, intuition, wisdom, energy, and action that naturally and yet uniquely exists within each one of us.

I could say that my work is centered around one primary question.  Is it possible among all of our adult commitments and responsibilities to PAUSE and REDISCOVER a place of deeper PEACE and QUIET,  as well as EXCITEMENT and PURPOSE that exists for each of us within the layers of stress that most of us have accumulated since childhood, and some unfortunately from birth?

My own personal journey as well as my work with many others has convinced me that it is POSSIBLE.  It is possible for each of us to find deeper peace, quiet, excitement, and purpose in this one unique and precious life that we are living!

And when we discover or re-discover this place of ease and well-being, we can begin to live from this space, even as our daily responsibilities and relationships may whirl and whiz around us.

So how do we discover or rediscover this place within us?

The good news is...there are so many ways!