As a Life Mentor and Coach, I help people create positive change by examining their old patterns and creating new ones.
Wouldn’t you like to know what makes you think, feel and behave the way you do? Why you have issues you seem to return to time and again?  More importantly how can you create the life you desire?

Discovering this is life-changing!

What holds us back from having the life or being the person we want are our patterns of thought and behaviour. The good news is that self-development is no longer the reserve of business leaders, athletes or people with ‘problems’. ANYONE wanting to take their life to the next level can do so.
As a Life Mentor and Coach I encourage people find their unique balance from inside because we’re all SO different! What works for someone else may be the opposite of what works for you.

Conscious Living

Whether we’re aware of it or not, we make a daily impact on the lives of those around us. There is never not a ripple effect!  To grow, thrive, and evolve as the highest version of ourselves is a choice we’re privileged with. I believe it’s the single most important contribution we can make. And it starts by taking responsibility for our individual thoughts and actions.


Mentor Packages

Sessions are via FaceTime or Skype – a strong wi-fi signal is necessary.  Or face-to-face meetings can be arranged.

Clients can expect to discover for themselves:

  • Their dominant human needs and how this shapes their lives.
  • What drives them and why.
  • How to identify and address specific patterns of thought, feeling, and behaviour which have previously created barriers to progress.
  • How their personal composition affects every decision and what they can do to use this in a positive way.
  • That they can absolutely create a lasting change in their life they desire.

Ask about mentoring or how to redeem your FREE 30-minute session using the tabs below.

If you’re wondering “what’s the difference between coaching and mentoring?”.  Whilst they have many similarities and are often used interchangeably, the focus of each is notably different (read this post).