An all-round approach to our wellbeing as Mums.
My coaching philosophy is grounded in the understanding of how the mind and body work together to create our thoughts, our behaviour, our relationships, our feelings about ourselves and our lives.
Becoming a Mum is probably the biggest change in your life on all of these levels, physically, mentally and emotionally.
My approach is to look at the key aspects that make up our wellbeing, specifically tailored to your life as a Mum.
Whilst we are unique we are also the same. We all have good days and bad days but on those bad days we can find that our brain goes into a spin and we begin this never-ending cycle of negative thoughts. This blocks access to fresh thinking, of positive thoughts. Now rest assured this is absolutely normal and happens to everyone.
Unfortunately as a busy Mum we have little opportunity to make space for ourselves, to let the noise of our minds settle and leave room for new things to emerge. We so often find ourselves in this never ending cycle of negativity which ultimately affects both our physical and mental health.
My coaching enables you to make space in your mind for something new, to take positive steps into your new life as a Mum and thrive whilst doing so!
By addressing the key areas that make up our wellbeing, my coaching provides well-rounded support to guide you to the life you deserve.
4 pillars of my coaching philosophy
My Coaching is based on the cornerstones of our wellbeing, of which are all interconnected. Fail to look after one and another suffers. For instance, fail to look after your physical health and your mental health declines. Fail to take care of your emotional well-being and your physical health suffers. This is why my coaching philosophy recognises all of these aspects and aims to empower you to take back control.
1. Eating well
Nutrition is so important to physical and mental health. Getting the right nutrients will give you physical energy and mental strength to get through those long days and sleepless nights.
2. Get Moving
Moving your body is 'eating well's' partner in crime! Not only does this help your body physically recover after having a baby but it will help you sleep better (when you get it!). Exercise also releases endorphins (the feel-good stuff) and so helps you to combat those days when you are feeling low.
3. Feelings & Emotions
Dealing with the emotional rollercoaster of being a Mum is difficult and affects every woman differently. Feelings range from loss of self-identity, self esteem and guilt to problems with relationships and at the severe end of the scale post-natal depression. My coaching aims to look at what the pressing issues are for you right now.
The best way to predict your future is to create it. My coaching focusses on looking forward, on gaining clarity and control over want you want from your life so that you can take the actual steps to achieving it.
You may identify with all or some of these aspects of your wellbeing which is why my coaching programmes are tailored specifically to you as an individual.