When I tell people that I am a Travel Coach, most think on a Travel Agent. It is understandable; after all travel coaching is a relative new concept. However, these are two very different careers within the travel industry. Learn more.
Travel as a Rite of Passage
Change is central to the human experience. Its patterns and rhythms follow ancient archetypal processes that can be observed in nature and the human community. Indigenous traditions have a rich repertoire of knowledge about these archetypal processes. Rites of passage is one of them Learn more
Benefits from working together
Helps you to clearly identify and interpret who/ where you are, and who/where you want to be. S/he will help you to use your travel experiences to arrive there.
Provides you with tools and resources that challenge you to think out of the box and to find a way to overcome your blocks and fears.
PLAN OF ACTION
Explores your unique perceptions, feelings, beliefs, and other areas of learning and development to create a personalised step-by-step journey of transformation.
Boosts your confidence in the ability to take action and to make the decisions which are necessary for you to achieve your desired result.
Establish ways to keep you on track before, during and after your travel journey.
Enables a process of discussion and contemplation upon return, so you can integrate the learnings from your travels into your life and ensure lasting changes.
A Travel Coach is NOT:
Telling you what to do or where you should go would be disempowering . As a coach, a key part of my role is to help you find the answers that are already within you.
As a travel coach, I don't make any travel related bookings. I can help you with your skills and, if specifically requested, I can research accommodations, activities or flights for you. However, you will always be the one making the final booking.