All my life, I’ve been on a search of trying to belong somewhere..
As a child I’d been living in different countries with my mother and father for a long time.
I was always the new kid. I never found a place I could call home. This lead to me being a bit of an introverted child, building my own world in my head. I started to get teased, people didn’t quite understand me. I felt weak, so I decided to get stronger.
I started practicing Martial Arts. I became very good at it, so I started to coach others. After a while I transitioned to practicing Healing Arts. I started traveling the world, navigating cultures. Not being attached to anything, allowed me to navigate freely through everything.
It allowed me to relate to anything, and find similarities in everything.
This way of thinking, this way of life, lead me to creating this new coaching methodology which I call Somatic Thinking Coaching.
Somatic Thinking is:
Coaching through the mind-body connection, highlighting the way it influences behavior.
Coaching in a way that focusses entirely on the growth of the human being, not his objective.
Coaching that generates lasting change in a record time, by creating awareness expansion.
Coaching that is a natural extension of who you are as a human being, making it effortless and fulfilling.
I found my path in coaching, helping people achieve lasting change. Not through having me as a guru or a guide, but through being a clear mirror so the other person can find his own way to growth.
After years of practicing this new way of coaching, the International Coach Federation has rewarded me with the Young Leader award, meaning I’m one of the few people expected to lead the coaching profession into the future… I couldn’t feel more blessed and honored.