Karen Liebenguth – coach & mindfulness trainer
Two things make me truly happy:
When I am outdoors. From a young age, I have spent as much time as possible in nature on my bike, with my horse or roaming in the forest, enjoying how alive and happy it makes me feel. When I’m outdoors, I’m at my best and my clients benefit from it.
When I see my clients change, when they grow taller in themselves, when they become their own best friend (vs worst enemy), when things become unstuck, when life starts to move again, when breakthroughs and shifts start happening – however small – insights gained, next steps taken…
BRINGING THE OUTDOORS INTO MY COACHING
The very idea of coaching while walking in green space emerged from a long walk in nature some years ago.
Clients pick up on this – people intuitively sense what makes us tick.
There is a growing body of research highlighting the benefits of nature on our wellbeing – confirming what we have always known – consciously or unconsciously. Nature is after all where we come from, our place of origin and spending time in nature has a wealth of beneficial impacts on our psychological, emotional and physical wellbeing.
Try it out. Book your free taster coaching while walking session in Victoria Park, Hackney, Tower Hamlets and sign up to our monthly newsletter and blog on this page.
A bit more about Karen:
Some of the clients she has worked with are: Kew Gardens, Royal Town Planning Institut, Unison, Aromatherapy Associates, Trades Union Congress (TUC), Adam & Eve Communications, Reed Recruitment…
Karen has been a practicing Buddhist since 2008. Meditation and mindfulness practice have influenced her life and work in a meaningful way.
Other mayor training and influences in her work and life have been: Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Myers Briggs Type Indicator based on Carl Jung’s Personality Type Theory, Breathworks Mindfulness Training for Stress and Chronic Pain, The Natural Learning Cycle as developed by Jon Young of 8-Shields Institute in the US, Ecopsychology, Focusing and Compassionate Communication.