Our Wellbeing Coaches
Our Wellbeing Coaches offer Coaching packages of 3 sessions
of 60-90minute duration using Skype or Zoom
for a total of £450 + vat
Annette loves to inspire people and assist them on their journey to innate health. She has a warm, light-hearted and non-judgmental style. After a career in business management, Annette decided to make a change to help people improve their physical, mental and emotional health. In 1997, she qualified as a Craniosacral Therapist, and then in 2001, she graduated as a Homoeopath at the Lakeland College for Homoeopathy in London. Following graduation, she opened her own clinic in Canary Wharf London.
In 2004, Annette continued her training as a coach and facilitator and continued her work with Dr. Mick MacKenzie of Peak Performance for over 10 years. In 2015, Annette became a Certified Transformational Coach, and completed her advanced training with The Insight Space in London Regents College in 2017.
Juliet loves helping individuals discover more joy and ease in their lives. She has a re-assuring, down to earth and authentic style. In the past she has worked as a development worker, organic grower & Farmers’ Market trader, trainer, Marketing Geek and now as as a Wellbeing Coach.
Her first glimpse of a new understanding of human experience intrigued her to immerse herself in finding out more about the principles of innate wellbeing also articulated by Sydney Banks as the Three principles.
She has volunteered with Jacqueline Hollow’s Beyond Recovery programme which is transforming the lives of those affected by drug addiction and the criminal justice system. She also facilitates group programmes at the Mind Welcome Centre in Wales - a mental health charity facilitating conversations with members, staff and volunteers, as well as hosting Facebook discussion groups on innate wellbeing.
Andrew is a UK chartered psychologist and Author of: Fit for Business: How to deal with stress & create a healthy work life balance. He who helps businesses and leaders enjoy natural resilience and wellbeing. Although a psychologist by training, he has personally learned some harsh but valuable lessons after experiencing burn out and depression at work in 2006. As someone who suffered with work-related stress for many years, this culminated in an episode of severe depression in 2006 during in which he spent 5 weeks in a psychiatric hospital. After being placed on high doses of antidepressant medication for the next 18 months, as a side-effect he rapidly gained 50lbs or 22kgs in weight.
In the subsequent years, he's intensively researched how to develop resilience and deal with stress at work in natural, healthy and sustainable ways. He credits the innate wellbeing approach as life-changing. He now helps others to navigate stress in a series of demanding roles and helps people make stress a powerful force for good in their own lives.