Coaching with Ana Maria

  Coaching is a great opportunity to take a fresh look at a persistent issue or an obstacle you bump into as you work toward something important. It can also be very supportive as you move through a transition, such as a new job, a loss, or any change in your life that brings a breakdown of fulfillment.​
    I will help you to develop a deeper inner connection with yourself and bring out your own inner resources to make the changes you have been seeking. 
    In Anaïs Nin’s famous words, “​the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom?” Are you ready to blossom?
    Together, in a creative and collaborative relationship, we will discover opportunities to expand perspective, see things in a new light and take action to open doors that you didn’t know existed so you can start to design and rebuild your life.
    I believe in the amazing potential that people have, and I seek to draw those out of my clients. I provide a supportive, confidential, safe and non-judgmental space to explore your life challenges, including patterns that hinder the ability to reach your highest potential. I know how to listen and ask just the right questions, when to challenge and when to support.I am deeply and personally committed to helping clients create a balance so that they may live their lives fully. I am a catalyst for positive change in people's lives.

    As your Life Coach, I will support you throughout your journey to:
      - Deepen your inner connection with yourself
      - Revise your unconscious behaviors and old patterns
      - Begin and maintain new healthy behaviors
      - Clarify your vision and goals
      - Work on your fears
      - Keep you focused and moving forward

    We can work together individually via Skype or Zoom, and I have personalized packages for you to choose from.

    The time is now for you to begin your journey.

To keep our faces toward change, and behave like free spirits in the presence of fate, is strength undefeatable.
Helen Keller