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MEETINGS IN KINDNESS

1-on-1 personal coaching
YOU are the pathway home

MEETINGS IN KINDNESS

1-on-1 personal coaching
YOU are the pathway home

Do you feel exhausted and disillusioned in your career?

Do you long to feel more connected and authentic in your relationships?

Are you searching for a greater sense of meaning and vitality?

Yet, you know there is a wisdom deep within you, waiting to be listened to and integrated into your life?

Hi. I’m Tuuli.

I’m a coach and educator based in Edmonton, Canada.
I love to support people grow what is meaningful, vital and authentic.

Change Your Life In 5 Steps

1.

Pause

2.

Opening

3.

Listening
deeply

4.

Practice

5.

Developing
new pathways

Bring your awareness to your body

Allow all the thoughts, feelings and sensations that are happening now to be felt, seen and held

Just beneath the surface there is newness and wisdom to be heard

Keep on practicing.
You can’t fail

In time, new pathways are created and your own authentic wisdom is coming to the surface

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My Article

Interview with coach Tuuli Nelson by Anna Adhemar

Q: Tuuli, as a therapist and as a lay person who has had sessions with you, I am touched and fascinated by your work. What you are doing appears to be drawing from a much deeper source and facilitating empowerment in way which transcends the normal concepts of coach-client relationship and journey . . .

Quotes

“I believe the greatest gift we can give each other is to offer a space of warm and unconditional holding and deep listening – a relational space where nothing is wrong, and nothing needs to be ‘fixed’. In such a meeting of profound presence and acceptance, it is possible for us to truly relax and awaken to the inherent kindness and intelligence we really ARE. From this perspective we truly see and then we just know how to move.” Tuuli Nelson

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“Opening our hearts to suffering is not something most of us have been trained in, and it can feel impossible or even crazy to attempt. But within an environment of self-compassion, we can lay down a new pathway that will replace the habitual reenactment of an earlier environment of aggression, shame and misattunement.”

Matt Licata

What people are saying about Tuuli

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