What’s brought me here?
Hi, I’m Heather and I’d like to share something about myself and the life journey that I have taken.
I started life in my 20's as a primary teacher in London. At 24, I had a two-year adventure teaching in South America. This was an amazing experience which expanded my horizons and gave me a true sense of freedom.
In my 30's, I married and relocated to Devon with my husband where we started a family. This radical life change required many adjustments after London life.
In my 40's, I had a marriage break-up followed by a breast cancer diagnosis. Exhausted, depressed and isolated, I was forced to re-evaluate life. I realised that I had lost connection with myself. The capable career woman had disappeared and I was an emotional wreck with no confidence.
Over time, I rebuild the relationship with myself and from that place my new life began. It was a natural step to retrain as a coach specialising in supporting women. Moving into self-employment brought me freedom and new possibilities. I discovered that the deeper I connected to who I was on the inside, the more the outside world embraced me. The decisions and choices I make now come from this connected place.
In 2010, I was introduced to Logosynthesis and became the first UK master practitioner and trainer. Logosynthesis is a powerful system of guided change that I use with clients to transform old beliefs, patterns and limitations. Using Logosynthesis with coaching empowers my clients to move forward with less restriction and more freedom.
I am now 61 and I continue to live a vibrant life. I love supporting women to reconnect to themselves and access their true potential.
Your '50s' are the perfect time to create the life you desire. My support will enable you reconnect so that you can be your fullest expression of yourself.
What’s important to me?
- Expanding what is possible - POTENTIAL
- Removing limitations - FREEDOM
- Reconnecting to our core self - EMPOWERMENT
Three things I’ve done in the last year to live my vibrant life
- Lived in a house by the sea
- Walked the Camino with 3 amazing women
- Continue to expand my vision of what is possible