Progress does not have to be perfect...
Life ebbs and flows! But sometimes we can get stuck feeling low, out of touch, and unable to find the gaps that need our attention. Working with a coach can help define the life you want to live and develop a plan to making it happen.
Progress does not have to be perfect, it is only the beginning.
Pivot Wellness is wellness and life coaching that combines modalities from health, mindfulness, self-development and full-value living. It is built upon tools, techniques and resources developed by experts in the field and offered as stepping stones in your personal development.
The most important element of your pivot is you. You are the power behind the process- as a team, we will take an honest look at your life and its components. With that clarity, you get to stand up for the adjustments you want to make. We will work together to integrate these choices in a sustainable, balanced lifestyle..
Pivot is a do-with process.
Though the tools, resources, and techniques we use with clients are many and depend heavily on the individual, some of the areas of particular expertise are:
Habits and patterns (behavior speaks our needs)
Overall lifestyle (like exercise, diet, sleep patterns, work schedule…)
Value-based goal setting (aligning what you want with your Self)
Views of self/others/world (limiting or supporting?)
Mindfulness (seeing what is, relieving stress, managing distractions
Pivot is an integrative and holistic approach, accounting for and supporting all four of your body systems: mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual. Many people come to coaching under the stress of one big issue they perceive in their lives. Starting your Pivot means looking at its roots and impact throughout your life as a whole.
Then, the magic happens: ACTION.
Actionability is what separates integrative wellness and life coaching from more common modalities that may only address one aspect (physical or mental, for example). Every action speaks a need and every need is best met when understood and valued.
Working together to understand your needs and try-on-for-size new and more balanced ways of meeting them is the magic of coaching.
Tools and Techniques:
Mindfulness-based: Meditation, mindful eating, intuition building
Anatomy of habit: Behavior is understandable and hackable, from sugar-addiction to your relationship with your boss.
Action plans: Clear outlines to begin the trial and error process, space to evolve as your well-wareness grows
Emotional release technique: Acknowledging and accepting even the tough stuff
Tracking and accountability: What we track we can be more honest about with ourselves
Work life/place relationship: We spend a whole lot of time in our responsibilities, learn ways to understand the negative or draining patterns that leave you wanting to cash out
Energizers and drains: Our mental and emotional energy can be created! (and diminished…)
Value-based time management and goal setting: You can’t do it all, so let’s find balanced way to do what really means something to you
Values elicitation: Our guideposts or inner current, understanding our values is a significant key to wellness
Sometimes you just need a little help finding the room to pivot your direction when it no longer serves you...
Pivot Wellness is the culmination of years of traveling the world, working in health and wellness, challenge-seeking, passion-finding and personally-developing. If anything has been learned from that journey, it is that the road is never simple, straight, or as expected. It is in this light that I approach integrative life coaching- let's not kid ourselves about its ease and instead, look for ways and means to keep moving toward what you want.
Meet the Founder
Full of passion and curiosity, her approach to life and wellness is a balance of playfulness and grounding. With a Masters degree in Health Behavior and Education and years of hands-on experience working in mental health, health education, group facilitation, and the outdoors, Blake has a profound ability. She meets people where they are in their process with equal support and challenge – the necessary components of sustainable change.