About me

I’m passionate about empowering individuals to find their life purpose/bliss and walk that path proudly. I help people in a job they don't like to find what they're good at and create the life they LOVE holistically.

I empower highly successful professionals in a corporate job - who deeply desire for a change - find their true bliss and discover and reconnect with what lights up their soul and craft a crystal-clear plan for the future that will be a source of joy, fulfillment, and prosperity for the rest of your life.

And this is also my own story! Although I was hugely successful and very grateful for my IT and engineering path; a few years ago I identified a burning desire for deeper meaning, sense of purpose and a need for a big change in my life.

With the power of art, meditation, yoga, and attending healing retreats I finally gained the courage to let go of my secure and well-established job and take the plunge.

To answer the call for art, healing, a deeper sense of belonging and being and started my own business. I’m a very intuitive person, with a very warm and supportive presence when holding space for people.

Training, qualifications & experience

- Diploma in transformational coaching
- Executive Coaching Skills Certification
- Emotional Freedom Technique accredited Practitioner
- Energy Healing (Reiki Level 1&2 ) Practitioner
- Mindfulness-based meditation, self-compassion, and deep listening skills(Insight dialogue)
- Kundalini Yoga Teacher


£90 per 1hr session - minimum of 3 bookings required.

16 Morton Road

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Practical details

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Other languages Farsi


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