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Tamera Chapman Coaches Healthy Habits and Mindset for Women

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/15/20 8:00 AM

“I love showing women what is possible,” says Tamera Chapman, a SWIHA graduate and Life Coach, “When my client has that life changing ‘a-ha’ moment, I feel so excited for them. Their life is changed forever.”

Before beginning her coaching journey, Tamera was involved with network marketing: “I learned so many valuable tools in that industry,” she explains, “however, something was missing. Most people in network marketing have to talk to hundreds and thousands of people to build a successful business, and while I was able to do that, something did not feel right. I could not figure out how to help the people that ‘slipped through the cracks’. Some would say, ‘They don't want it bad enough’. I just didn't fully believe that. I had to find a way to help the people that didn't know how to help themselves.”

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Topics: Life Coaching, healthy living, national life coaching month, Women's Empowerment

Melissa Moreno’s Online Practice Helps Women Embrace Being ‘Imperfectly Vibrant’

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 12/2/19 3:00 PM

When Melissa Moreno enrolled in the Mindfulness and Guided Imagery Facilitator program at Southwest Institute of Healing Arts, she was in a very difficult period of her life.

“I was in an unhappy living situation, with no life purpose, and I desired to be a self-sufficient single mom,” she tells us, “I had quit my corporate job of six years and moved to Mexico to live in harsh living conditions with my kids. I was running from an abusive relationship. I felt sick, anxious, and tired of the demands of my corporate job, and I was soul searching.”

It was that trying time that led her to discover visualization techniques and meditation, as well as seek out a Life Coach.

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Topics: Great Graduates, Motivational Monday, Mindfulness, PTSD, Online Education, Emotional Eating, Women's Empowerment

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