What is Outdoor Life Coaching?
Coaching in the great outdoors is a holistic approach to change. Nature is always changing, renewing itself, and showing us the beauty and versatility in those changes. These seasonal transformations teach us that change can be good, even when it involves letting go of the familiar and embracing the unknown. With every nature connected coaching session there are new sights, sounds, and scents to experience. I am a professional holistic life coach who has over 20 years of experience and I have discovered that being in the outdoors has a profound impact on my clients. In our outdoor life coaching service in Denver, you will flourish in a multitude of physical, emotional and mental domains, which contribute to:
Improved mental clarity
Enhanced cognitive performance
“The art and science of coaching combined with kinesthetic motion in a natural environment creates a powerful blend to facilitate transformational change.”
– International Coach Federation
Benefits of Outdoor Life Coaching
Hippocrates said, “Walking is man’s best medicine,” whether it is a meander through a meadow, a stroll through a winter scene, or a brisk walk through a sparkling aspen grove. Nature has a relaxing and energizing effect on the body and mind, contributing to greater insights and a heightened awareness of experiencing presence and awe. Being in an outdoor environment lends itself to self-reflection and increases our appreciation of the beauty which surrounds us. My nature connected coaching program is designed to provide you with a unique experience that enhances your innate abilities to enjoy life, gain new perspectives, improve decision-making skills and create sustainable change. Whatever the weather, walking in green spaces in the great outdoors has a healing, calming and stimulating effect that offers refreshment to the mind, body, emotions and spirit. We will co-create a walk and talk coaching session which can range from a neighborhood wander to a brisk Denver hike. We design the duration, time, location, distance, and approach together. Possible meeting places include the Denver Botanical Gardens, Stapleton Northeast Parks, and Rocky Mountain National Wildlife Refuge.