Classical coaching tools such as

  • reframing
  • profiling
  • reflecting
  • analysing your potential/ values/ successes...

and more

  • meditation and relaxation techniques, guided inner journeys
  • art and imagery
  • sounds and music
  • creativity exercises encouraging plafyfulness, letting go, stepping out into new territories
  • artistic expression through painting, writing, music, movemenent

Together we create sacred, undogmatic spaces for you

  • to create what you most want in your life
  • to receive answers to burning questions
  • to connect to your own inner sources of wisdom and
  • for healing and inspiration.
All of my courses and coachings are based on the assumption that you alone are responsible for yourself. You know best what you want and what is right for you. All I can do is guide you to places that you have not been before, open up new territory and connect you with your own sources of wisdom. 
Knowing who we are is a key element in creating what we want. I will support your strengths and existing resources, in an atmosphere of acceptance. Together we explore what makes you unique, and how to express this creatively.
Being creative is inviting the unknown, connecting with sources of inspiration, and allowing these elements to take us beyond what we already know, leading us into untrodden territory.


When I am in my piano classes it always surprises me how much the coaching principles you apply to learning an instrument are applicable to other aspects of life - and even business.
People who master an instrument or a sport at professional level know more than anyone what are the key aspects of training that will make you successful - and the psychology behind it. It is not only about how much effort you put into it but above all how you do it:
-Hours of practice are essential- but they mean nothing unless you have a clear method
having a systematic routine will help it sink in
Moreover, even the best need a regular coach - someone who follows them continuously and brings an outside perspective
But also other aspects, such as always keeping the end in mind - a pianist does not play the notes by chance, but knows exactly what he likes his music to sound like even before touching the keys, and make their way towards it
And in the end, even if we all follow the same method, we will all give it our own personal touch by bringing on our own human nature

Leonor, from Portugal, engineer


After our first coaching session I was able to breathe freely for the first time in months.

Sales director after burnout