My beginning is today. I have always saw and felt things backwards. It makes sense for me to start with today. The now!
I have been in long term recovery for over 16 years from alcohol and drugs use. My addiction lead me to the studies of western and eastern philosophies that became the healing catalysts of my own understanding and knowing of a journey that's unfolds within us daily.
I believe that addiction was what lead me to my healing.
I was raised on a dairy farm with 5 sisters. We all lived on the same farm and all had the same parents, but I was the one who choose a path of an addict. My generation of the baby boomers was of movement, change and upheaval. Life was not easy for me from the start. Because of my uneasiness, I found alcohol and drugs to suppress my emotions and gain some sort of feeling. I know this sounds like a contradiction... but it does explain what addiction is about. I tried to suppress my emotion to feeling something else.
Over the past 13 years, I have created a business of working with thousand of clients through their healing process from Muscle tissues alignments to balancing the energy within.
Please join us for "Your Unique Healing Experience"
Individual Recovery Coaching - Wellness Coaching - Workshps - Retreats
"The yoga and meditation aspects brought the other class material together. Nice intro for Ayurveda concepts" Feb 20, 2018
"The class was very informative and enjoyed learning what Dosha I was" Feb 2018
" Learning that I’m a Pitta – my flaws and my strengths" Feb 2018
Sue's healing story from addiction and healing process.
Feature Article in Eagle Bluff Environmental Skill School Catalog - 2018 Spring/Summer issue - Pg 20-21
What is a Recovery Coach: Is someone who has created their own recovery path and is skilled to coach another person through their own recovery process of change through which each individuals improve their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and strive to reach their full potential."
What is the different between Counseling and Coaching: Counseling involves a clinical evaluation or assessment to define a problem or pathology, the clinician is a trained expert who arrives at a diagnosis and creates a treatment plan designed to address the problem; Counseling will often focus on pain or issues from the past that are causing current problems.
Coaching, on the other hand, is focused on the future. Coaching is not clinical; it does not assess problems, or create a treatment plan or take the role of a therapist. Coaching provides a safe, trustworthy relational connection which supports clients in the process of self-discovery, personal growth, personal responsibility and taking the next steps in their life journey based upon constructive and beneficial priorities. Coaches provide accountability to help their clients clarify and build on their own internal motivations for positive life change.