Hi! My name is Angie and if you’re new here, I want to introduce myself.
My “acceptable title” is Executive Coach, or Life Coach, or even Wayfinder.
My work is about helping people adjust their life and work so things are more fulfilling, satisfying, and joyful.
But what I really do is walk people home to themselves. To remember to stop and breathe. And to remember they have a body that is full of wisdom.
Why do I do this work? Because I had to learn it myself. I was practiced at living in my head. At holding my breath. At ignoring my body. <– I KNOW this journey.
Other stuff about me – I’m married to a professional photographer named Nelson. We have one very ridiculously fluffy dog named Calvin and two very spoiled cats named Kovu and Jack.
I love kayaking more than almost anything else. And I especially love expedition kayaking and rafting – out in nature, on the water, for 7, 14, or 21 days at time is THE BEST.
Rafting, backpacking, and traveling anywhere at all are also high on my list of things I adore. I also love to garden and make excellent bread from scratch.
My work in the world is all about compassion and connection – in Nature, of and for ourselves, and with others. I’m a Certified Forest Therapy Guide and I take people out forest bathing regularly.
One of my past clients sent me a thank you note recently and I wanted to share part of it because it truly defines the good work my clients and I do together.