What’s brought me here?

meet-heather

Hi, I’m Heather and I’d like to share about the journey that's brought me here.

In my 20's, I trained as a teacher and at 24, I began my 2 -year South American adventure, teaching in Colombia. This was an amazing life-changing experience that expanded my horizons.

In my 30's, I married and relocated to Devon and started a family. This meant some radical life changes requiring major adjustments after my single London life.

In my early 40's, I sadly experienced work-based stress and a marriage break-up which was followed by a breast cancer diagnosis. From a place of exhaustion, depression and isolation, I was forced to re-evaluate my life.  I had lost connection with myself. The capable career woman I once knew had disappeared. I was an emotional wreck with almost zero confidence. Gradually I learnt how to rebuild my life, beginning with a choice to make myself a priority. From this point onwards my life opened up. It was a natural step to train as a coach and begin coaching women and being self-employed gave me more freedom and new possibilities.

The deeper I connected on the inside, the more the outside world embraced me.

Now any decisions and choices I make come from a heart-centred place of connection.

In 2010, I discovered the work of Dr Willem Lammers and trained  Logosynthesis.  I am now a Master Practitioner and trainer and I use Logosynthesis to help clear outdated beliefs, patterns and limitations. Using Logosynthesis empowers my clients to move forward with expansion, renewed energy and freedom.

PS: I am now 62 and continue to live a vibrant life. I love helping women on their path to reconnection.

Your '50s' are the perfect time to CLAIM your vibrant life and STEP INTO the fullest expression of YOURSELF.

What’s important to me?

  • Expanding our idea of what is possible - UNLIMITED POTENTIAL
  • Removing limitations - FREEDOM
  • Reconnecting to ourSelf - EMPOWERMENT

Three things I've done to create a vibrant life

  • Lived in a beautiful Suffolk farmhouse next to the sea
  • Walked the Portuguese Camino with 3 amazing women
  • Travelled to Australia and fell in love with the Byron Bay area