Wellbeing Coaching

1-2-1 wellbeing coaching for women

What is a wellbeing coach?

For me, a wellbeing coach helps you to look at your health and wellbeing holistically. It gives you the tools and resources to understand your whole health and optimise it so that you can live a high wellness life at work, at rest and at play.

What Qualifications Does a Wellbeing Coach Have?

Qualifications for a wellbeing coach do vary and may include qualifications in nutrition and life coaching.

As a wellbeing coach I have an extensive background in health and wellness. I originally trained as a nurse and went on to develop a career in occupational health and wellness (workplace wellness). I’m also an Animas Accredited Transformational Coach, holding a diploma in Transformational Coaching.

As a women’s wellbeing coach I continue to develop my coaching skills through Continual Professional Development and through self-study of current health and wellbeing trends and research.

What does a wellbeing coach do?


Motivating and empowering you to make positive change to your health and wellbeing.


Evoking transformation in yourself for positive whole health.


Helping you to create lifelong sustainable habits for health and wellbeing.

What a wellbeing coach offers for each person can vary but it isn’t limited to diet and exercise! It can include coaching to help you with:

  • Preventing or recovering from burnout
  • Improving your overall nutrition
  • Learning how to sleep better
  • Reducing anxiety and stress in your life
  • Creating sustainable exercise routines
  • Managing midlife and menopause symptoms

And, you don’t have to be unwell to work with a wellbeing coach! As with other types of coaching such as life coaching or career coaching, working with a wellbeing coach is about helping you to discover what works for you so that you can make positive change to your health and wellbeing.

As a wellbeing coach I’ll use my knowledge and the information that you share with me, to help you identify and implement sustainable personal wellness goals. They’ll be goals that form part of your personal long term wellness strategy for improving your wellbeing.

As your wellbeing coach I’ll work with you on your journey, toward the optimal physical, emotional and social wellbeing that’s right for you.

It’s also a collaborative relationship which may also involve further collaboration with other professionals such as a dietitian, nutritionist or personal fitness trainer.

How can working with a wellbeing coach help you?


The time and space to connect with yourself and your emotions.


Explore your thoughts and feelings and what’s at the root of them.


Set personal goals for change to create a life that feels right for you.

Each of us is unique when it comes to what we need help with, and what wellness concerns we may have. Likewise, a wellness coach may have an area of wellness that they specialise in. For example, it may be that you want to focus on nutrition, improving how and what you eat.

As a wellbeing coach I work with people who want to change their behaviour, and their lifestyle to work toward optimal wellness in mind, body and spirit.

Wellbeing and wellness for me is holistic, and much of my work as a wellbeing coach is based on ground-breaking research and work done by people like Michael Arloski. His 10 Tenets of Wellness are influential in how I’ll work with you.

So, when you work with me we’ll take a holistic approach to wellbeing coaching. It’s an opportunity to embrace caring about you and being kind to yourself, exploring how to live a high wellness life at work, at rest and at play.

You don’t have to be perfect to be well. Transformational Wellbeing Coaching is about evoking change and transformation in you, learning to exchange your negative habits for positive behaviours.

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What should I expect when I work with a wellbeing coach?


Finding a wellbeing coach that feels right for you is essential.


A coaching experience focussing on long term lifestyle change.


Coaching focuses on you, and your wellbeing vision.  

Working with a wellbeing coach is a highly personal experience and the emphasis is on positive steps toward long term lifestyle change. Each coach will have their own approach in how they work but however they work you should feel safe and supported. When you work with me as your wellbeing coach we’ll explore:

  • What’s important to you and what your current situation is when it comes to your overall wellness.
  • What you’re looking for help with and what you want to achieve.
  • We’ll work together to create personal wellness strategy for you.

Are You Ready to Make a Positive Change to Your Life?