Your Whole Life Coach

I believe that you are complete and whole even while the desire for change is present.
My purpose is to remove the obstacles to your own belief in your infinite potential.
Together we create sustainable change with coaching, yoga and mindfulness meditation.
About Lynda


I work with people who want something to change: to move from where they are now to where they want to be. I specialize in engaging all of you in your coaching program: your cognitive capabilities, physical presence, emotional intelligence and spiritual awareness, thus empowering your whole person to be the change you want to see.

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Empowering Yoga & Meditation

I help people working in high stress environments to discover inner equanimity and build resilience so they can rise to meet day-to-day challenges and return to a clam state. This includes people who may suffer from anxiety, depression or the effects of trauma. If you want peace of mind, body and spirit you have arrived.

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Workshops & Retreats

I work with first responders, helping professionals and care givers of all kinds – professional and non-professional. Seamlessly integrating the many tools I have, I create the conditions in which you can retreat, reflect and renew in body, mind and spirit. Give yourself the gift of self-care and life-long learning.

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What People Are Saying

Lynda's Blog

  • Welcome to my Blog

    Since 2015 I’ve been posting Blogs on topics that relate to my work and my ongoing training and experience in the areas of personal and professional growth, as well as physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health and well-being.  Sometimes, I’ve found an article in my research that I thought was […]

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  • Anxiety Reducing Practice

    This is a common sensory awareness grounding exercise that many people find to be a helpful tool to reduce anxiety, increase presence and invoke a sense of calmness & self-control. You should feel more present, relaxed & empowered at the end of the exercise. Here you go! Pay attention to […]

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  • Come on, get Happy – March 2020

    In these uncertain and anxiety provoking times of CODIV-19 when you may feel that your life is being controlled by factors outside of you, it can help to remember what happiness feels like. You may be sad or anxious now, and you have also known happiness. Our emotions always come […]

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  • The Truth About Handling Stress – June 2018

    A few years ago I came across the article below from the Hearth and Stroke Foundation about the negative effects of stress on heart health. While it’s all true, and the article has some helpful tips, it doesn’t get at what I have learned is the only sustainable way to […]

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