Leanne Allen, E-RYT200, RYT500, YACEP, CHC
I dedicate my practice to your well-being.
I intend to offer a caring & compassionate, non-judgmental space,
where together, we co-create a sense of well-being in mind, body & spirit.
What is Well-Being?
Well-being is a term often used to identify life satisfaction.
Well-being has been defined as the state of being healthy, comfortable, and content.
There are a variety of ways to achieve well-being.
Self-Care is a critical aspect.
Self-Care includes taking time for actions that help you improve your
Mental, Emotional, Physical, and Spiritual Health.
What is Holistic Coaching?
Holistic Coaching is a partnership between the coach and the client
where the coach supports the client’s efforts toward a balanced, meaningful and fulfilling experience of life.
Holistic Coaching philosophy views the client/person as an integrated whole,
understanding that all aspects of a person’s life are inextricably intertwined;
As a coach, my role is to listen fully, to offer empathy,
to ask questions helping 'you' toward "aha moments", insights, self-awareness.
As a coach, I offer gentle intuitive guidance assisting you toward your present and future well-being.
As a coach, I might suggest actions, sometimes "baby steps".
I offer support as you take action on your own behalf.
You're worth it.
My experience has shown me
the more actions we take on our own behalf, no matter how small,
the more we believe, or know we are worth it.
What Holistic Coaching is Not?
Holistic Coaching is not therapy or counseling. Holistic Coaches are not clinicians.
They do not diagnose or prescribe. They are not mental health professionals and as a result do not analyze or treat.
If it becomes clear that therapy would be beneficial, the coach would (ideally) make that recommendation to the client.
Therapy/counseling, and coaching can be complimentary.