Tijen is a Professional Certified Coach and she offers life and executive coaching services globally. She provides coaching and workshops to corporate and private audiences worldwide in therapeutic yoga, personal growth and holistic healing. She has a Master of Science degree in Management with concentrations in Organizational Behavior and Coaching. Tijen is also a certified Yoga, Meditation and Pilates instructor. After being a long time passionate yoga student, Tijen completed her certification as yoga instructor in 2006 and she is RTY 200.
Tijen continued on her wellness education with 500 Hours of Comprehensive Pilates Instructor training in 2007. She supplemented her training and education as a wellness coach further with the Therapeutic Yoga Teacher Training and Intensive Meditation Training Programs in 2009. She studied Anatomy of Trains Anatomy Trains Myofascial Meridians with Tom Myers, Amy Matthews and Leslie Kaminof ; Energy Anatomy with Caroline Myss, Tibetan Healing Practices with Tsultrim Allione and Energy Medicine with Donna Eden. In addition to being a wellness coach, Tijen provides Executive Coaching and Business Consulting services to various Fortune 100 companies such as Morgan Stanley, Shell, Merck, etc. worldwide.
Tijen skillfully integrates various styles of yoga, and energy movement techniques in her sessions towards the ultimate well-being of her clients. Her sessions are healing, joyful and energizing. She offers awareness on how to communicate with the body-mind during her sessions to emphasize the healing and the flow of energy.
Just about everyone has a vision of their ideal life. Maybe you’ve always dreamed of being a successful corporate executive, a business person, writer, or a musician but you haven’t made this vision a reality yet.
If that is the case, then a coach might be what exactly just you need! In a way like the fitness coaches that prepare athletes to achieve their greatness in sports; life and wellness coaches support clients on their journey of finding success and satisfaction in their job or lifestyle. Life and Wellness coaches develop clients’ overall strengths and abilities to enable behavioral as well as life changes as the client desires.
There are many reasons. For instance, you might consider looking for one if you:
First, you’ll have an introductory session with your life coach or wellness coach over the phone or in person. The sessions will range from 15 minutes to 30 minutes. During that time you’ll talk about what you would like to accomplish though this engagement.
After that the regular sessions will start and they vary 45 minutes to 60 minutes. Through the questions your coach asks, together you’ll define your goals and the challenges that could stand in your way. Then you’ll outline the steps you’ll need to take to achieve those goals.
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These professionals provide the guidance to their clients in their choices of improving their careers, relationships, and lives. They help clients to:
Wellness coaches help their clients find the motivation and tools to achieve their physical and emotional health goals. These goals might include:
Unlike a nutritionist or physical therapist, who makes specific diet and exercise suggestions; a wellness coach will help you explore your options to find choices that fit to your lifestyle instead of having to be directed by someone else.
Body memory is a hypothesis that the body itself is capable of storing memories, as opposed to only the brain. The understanding of the concept of human system as a colony of the intelligent cells rather than a system that holds the intelligence only in the brain necessitates inclusion of the whole system in our coaching conversations for change to occur from the core.
Somatic approach to coaching enables coaches to observe clients holistically during the coaching conversations. Soma comes from the Greek word for body. The role and power of the body is often ignored in conventional coaching conversations. The somatic coaching combines body’s intelligence with the client’s sensate experience to devise a strategy for change. It is a process in which one embodies new practices to be able to create a body of action.
Self and body are indistinguishable, so if you affect the body you affect the self. Somatic coaching is one method that supports client to become a keen observer of the impacts that are being experienced in their system as a whole, according to their way of thinking and beliefs; and to engage the whole system towards the desired change.