LITTLE BIT ABOUT MY PAST…
Although gaining two academic degrees (law and political science/history), I always knew that I had a different purpose in life. Since my teen years, I was interested in the natural healing processes of the body and mind. You can read my personal story in an article published on TinyBuddha website’s blog post.
One of my main goals was to stop overthinking, letting go of limiting beliefs, stress and anxiety, and create a solid foundation for self-leadership and thriving.
I became determined to live and breathe what success really meant to me; feeling resilient and living my truth.
I knew deep inside that achieving this would not only transform my life, but would lead me on an incredible journey. And it has.
I developed an extensive personal awareness, visualization, and mindfulness practice. Some of my earliest influencers were Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn, and Sally Kempton. I studied various Eastern spiritual and healing practices, explored guided imagery and visualization among others.
Dr. Marty Rossman stirred up my interest in guided imagery a few decades ago and Dr. Peter Levine reinforced what I intuitively felt about the importance of healing and regulating our nervous system from not only major stresses but from the many mini repetitive stresses we encounter in our daily lives.
THEN CAME TIME FOR SOME MAJOR DECISIONS…
In 2007, I left my corporate job and started a new path; sharing my passion for inner growth, and personal transformation, with professionals from all walks of life. Leaving everything behind and starting from scratch wasn’t easy, but it was the most liberating experience of my life.
I left overthinking in the past and learnt to be fully engaged in my life instead of my mind. And I never looked back.
I added Neuro-Linguistic Programming to my training, and completed Martha Beck’s life coach training program. Yes, I am a mentor today. My meditation, somatic awareness experience, and neurosensory practices blend beautifully and seamlessly and I find that each one completes the other.
I continue deepening my experience and observing the work of leaders in the field of personal transformation such as Tony Robbins and Martha Beck. My philosophy and work were greatly influenced by the works of Dr. Norman Doidge, Dr. Stephen Porges, Dr. Gabor Maté, and many others.
And will I always continue growing? Absolutely yes. You can too!
We all need a coach, a mentor at some point in our lives.
I offer private coaching sessions for busy professionals (business owners, executives, entrepreneurs, and freedom seekers), workshops, and empowerment, stress reduction and meditation classes. My life coaching and mentoring practice is based in Burlington, Ontario. I am available in person or virtually via phone/Skype. If you want to take some “me” time and reconnect within, work with my digital offerings. Also, keep a look out for my new online offering; My Wholeness Revolution. It has slowly emerged from the world of my dreams into reality.
I believe it is our birthright to experience fulfillment, freedom, and love in our lives.
The beauty of the practices I’ve curated and created is their simplicity yet incredible effectiveness and intelligence.
I was recommended to Edita through a close friend of mine. I was at a defining fork in my career and moving at a pace that had found me in a health crisis. Edita coached me through some of the biggest decisions of my professional career in the time that I worked with her. Her practice is as powerful as it is enlightening – skillfully bringing you to this place of clarity, awareness and attunement.
By the end of Edita’s program I was back on purpose, with loads of energy and feeling empowered to do what I knew needed to be done. Edita practices for results, but there is a caring and compassion to her nature that makes all the difference. I enjoyed her program immensely and like I always tell her, she should be sharing her message with the world – not just with the few of us lucky ones! The world can benefit with more of Edita.
Kira Day , Toronto, Ontario