Hello dear friend!
This is an updated version of the blog post that I published in May. I am proud to continue to offer ‘pay what you can coaching sessions!’
Many of you already know that a few months ago I graduated as a coach with the bilingual program of the International Coach Academy!
It has been an in-depth learning process, full of challenges, bends, and twists, but very rewarding.
ICA is a fantastic academy. I had the privilege to be part of an international community and to attend the program in Italian and English.
Coaching is an industry that is not regulated yet. Anyone could get up one morning, after life-changing experiences, or profound events and decide to offer coaching sessions. Often this is originated by the genuine desire of supporting and inspiring others.
Coaching is an art and a profession. If somebody needs repairing the fridge, they will call the electrician, or if they need help with a damaged tooth, they will go to the dentist. A coaching session follows a structure and specific guidelines. If somebody wants to improve performance, professional results, transform their lives and move towards excellence, they might need a coach.
I was already working as a mentor for the School of Movement Medicine and trained in various healing modalities. Nevertheless, I thought it was essential to get a robust professional training. Therefore, I decided to attend ICA, an academy that follows the International Coaching Federation’s golden rules, professional and ethical standards.
Moreover, I am attending a powerful CPD program in somatic coaching and trauma-informed coaching practice to refine more my tools and follow my passion for body-oriented modalities. I am creating a blend of all the things I studied until now, from sound&voice therapy to Movement Medicine. Besides, I am also studying Embodied Leadership with the Strozzi Institute and nervous system healing with Irene Lyon.
In the industrialized countries, we spend habitually a lot of time overthinking and overanalyzing.
We evolved collectively by locating intelligence in our heads and brains. Therapy took historically mostly a cognitive approach, and I think that the coaching industry is also following that trend. It is not enough to reframe beliefs to be able to create sustainable change.
To be able to heal and transform, we need to change habits and repetitive muscular patterns, which live deeply in our tissue. There is no way that we are going to release stress by merely thinking about it or repeating affirmations. Our bodies carry memory.
We need to reconnect to our bodies, learn to listen to our guts, and discharge the excessive energy that we carry in our minds and nervous system. Somatic coaching and trauma-sensitive coaching can help transform these patterns in a powerful and sustainable way.
I am offering ‘pay what you can coaching sessions.’ This is a win-win situation. I feel that coaching is a profound process. I want people to be able to experience it, even if they are temporarily struggling financially.
Feel free to reach out If you need accountability for your projects or get things done, a boost in confidence, feel more at ease in your body, create more sustainable change or support while you navigate challenges.
If you are struggling with negative self-talk, are feeling overwhelmed and isolated, feel free to be in touch. You don’t need to do this alone. You can also download my free e-book: ‘3 Powerful Ways For Silencing Your Inner Critic’.
Sessions are available in English, Italian, and Spanish.
Please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to book a free discovery call.
I look forward to hearing from you! Thank you 🙂 xoxo