Walking to Meet Ourselves
A 'walk and talk'
coaching and sign-posting model
to help you gain perspective,
whatever the issue.
WALKING TO MEET OURSELVES
Whether working one-to-one or in small groups, stepping away from doing into being, this combination of gentle exercise and paying attention offers you the opportunity to stop, slow down, reflect and ultimately see with fresh eyes.
This powerful process facilitates change, by using a range of contemplative tools and techniques enabling you to draw out new and different perspectives, which can lead to a greater sense of clarity.
Stepping away from doing into being, this combination of gentle exercise and paying attention offers you the opportunity to stop, slow down, reflect and ultimately see with fresh eyes.
Walking out from our habitual routine, away from the usual distractions, a natural setting offers the opportunity for deeper, more authentic reflection. This allows us to access our more intuitive selves, whether we see the issue as large or small, personal or professional.
Using my three-stage model encompassing Reflection, Recognition and Redirection, together we will explore this terrain, ensuring that your map begins to align with your new territory.
THE BENEFITS OF COACHING ON THE MOVE
This walk and talk process combines coaching and sign-posting, helping you to navigate the seas of uncertainty. Working outside offers the perfect arena for looking at the light and shade of ourselves, where we are flourishing and where we are challenged, where we feel clear, and perhaps where something has become distorted.
I will listen, reflect back, and invite you to consider other perspectives. Working with the landscape as metaphor and occasionally drawing on myth, this powerful combination can lead us back to the magic within ourselves and the world we inhabit, something that we can sometimes lose sight of.
“Following a major life change, I have been feeling adrift and unfocused. I have had vague (grand) ideas but not really summoned the motivation to fully carry things through. I felt that maybe a coaching conversation might reveal some internal blocks and help me to move around them. As I prefer activity to static thinking, this combination of conversation with walking was ideal for me. Rosalind provided physical and mental framework for me that helped me to see familiar things, (trees, ponds, me) with refreshed eyes. I have taken away guidance, courage and learned to be kinder to myself.
Thank you, Rosalind. JAQS ~ NOV 17