Support to (re-)find your connection to life, with yourself, others, the natural world and the unseen. Help to be more comfortable with yourself and your life.  Getting unstuck in life. Coaching support, particularly for women.

As a mother of two small, now grown daughters, who worked and studied as a single parent, I found myself struggling with the demands of life. I made it my mission to bring more connection and joy into my life and committed to a path of self-development.  Life is so different now. I believe in myself. I do the work I love, I feel blessed and supported in my life.

I’m happy to support anyone who seeks my help. I also recognise that my affinity is closer with women, especially those that want help to improve themselves and their lives. I wish I’d had someone to support and guide me. I’m not sure I even knew what a coach was.

What is coaching?

The process of coaching recognises the genius in each of us, and sometimes we need a little help drawing that out. The coach is there to support and guide, but not to teach or advise, recognising that the coachee holds the relevant knowledge & wisdom.

In the words of the ICF: ‘Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximise their personal and professional potential.’

Increasingly I’ve felt drawn to working 1-2-1, supporting my teaching and facilitation work with individual support. To support people through change, exploring what’s holding them back to be the best they can be for themselves and for the world at this time. I have formalised this interest and experience through training in Systemic coaching, membership of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and credentialing to Associate Certified Coach level. This includes adhering to the ICF Code of Ethics. Where appropriate I incorporate: Permaculture, 8 Shields/Art of Mentoring, systems mapping / facilitation, energy healing, Solution Focussed Communication, Resilience Practitioner tools and teachings from indigenous wisdom including the Helpers Mentoring Society.  I also draw on the experience life has granted me so far, as I find myself on the path of transitioning to elderhood.


The coaching process usually consists of an hour conversation in person or by Skype. However, it can be fruitful to give some processes more time. For example I prefer to give at least a half day to a facilitated, people-based permaculture design process. I take people out for a guided nature day that involves a coached journey. This is likely to involve a fire.


Klaudia is a competent and capable Coach. Our sessions provided a valuable space for me to reflect and make some key decision regarding what is most important both personally and professionally. I am deeply grateful for having had the opportunity to work with her.  Alubba Fenix


Thank you so much! It was so good to have you sit with me and clarify a few things!  Your words and design help have calmed me down and shown me a direction, thank you from the bottom of my heart. You are inspiring and I love what you do! I feel blessed to have crossed paths with you.  Laura Whitley


“Klaudia’s approach is simple and empowering. Like all good coaches she was guided by my needs and is an excellent reflective listener. Klaudia also brings something a bit special to her coaching via a number of simple tools and awareness of patterns that help structure and orientate oneself in a natural path of transformative change.  I felt safe and nurtured in the space she provides, working in my own ways and pace to reflect on some changes I wished to bring about as I get older. I am deeply grateful for this kind, open hearted woman and her support on the journey at this stage of my life.” Suzie Cahn, Permaculture Designer, Art Therapist, Educator, Artist, Community activist, Mother aged 51.

I offer a free 20 minute session to give you a flavour.