We talk, and we connect to the body: That’s what our Coaching sessions look like. Online, via Zoom. Strange, but true: embodiment works, in that virtual togetherness.
The first session we schedule, our consult call, is a free coaching session. We both feel into if working together is aligned. If it is, we then find the rhythmn that works best for you. Usually I do three 75 minute sessions per month (weekly calls with one integration week in between), or in some cases biweekly sessions.
Shifts and transformation happens over time, and leaning into a continous, reliable, and safe support is an integral part. It’s why I love the longer trajectories the most. I have shorter offers, 2 sessions – which is a recalibration to self connection, if you will. But the longer coaching trajectories allow for deeper work and greater self intimacy.
Oh, and there are practices: homework, if you will, especially for the embodiment part of the Coaching. They are fun, so look forward to them!
Single Sessions are 75mins and cost 200$. If we work together for 3 or 6 months, sessions are 180$. I also work on a sliding scale. We’ll find a way.
For this summer, I am offering an introduction to somatic work, 2 sessions à 60 mins, for 177$ in total. They are called: The Somatic Duets. If you want to explore this work, they are a beautiful start.
I am often asked in what way coaching and therapy are different. Many answers, here is mine: Therapy tends to evolve around a problem, while coaching works with desires. Less ‚What do I want to get away from‘, more: ‚Where do I want to go?‘
In our sessions, we orient towards desires, while staying present to what happens in the now, right in this moment. In doing so, the suffering, the blocks, the sticky parts will all come up, anyway. Where it is still relevant, or unresolved, the past shows up in the present.
QUESTIONS/ANSWERS – FAQs.
Q. Okay so – what exactly is Embodied Coaching? What does a session even look like?
A: We talk, and we connect to the body. We disentangle the layers – which often means we slow things way down. You know this moment when you tell someone about someting, something you have spoken many times before, and get really worked up while doing it? That’s what we don’t do.
Q. Is it like therapy?
A. Generally speaking: no. Some things are similar though. The setting is: We sit, and we speak. But when we speak, we include the body. Embodied coaching is making sense of things not from the mind, but from the bodymind.
Q. What if I cannot sense what is happening in my body? People tell me I am ‚in my head‘ a lot. I feel kind of awkward often, and I am quite tense. I am not sure if this method is for me.
A. If you find it difficult to sense what is happening in your body: This is for you. It’s tricky to connect experientially to our bodies for most of us – simply because we’re not used to it. Starting with that we don’t have much of a vocabulary for what we are sensing. That will change. You’ll have a connection to yourself that is tangible, and tangibly different. ‚We become real for ourselves‘, that’s how I describe it.