Are you frustrated in your relationships? Are you struggling with worry and fear in everyday situations? Are you feeling overwhelmed and stressed? As a Personal Life Coach, Krysten believes that you know the answers to every question or challenge you may have in your life, even if those answers appear to be concealed or hidden inside. Her goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. Helping you make radical improvements in your life is her focus. Online sessions are available.
Life Coaching is Krysten's true passion. She specializes in the following areas. Divorce Coaching, Managing Worry, Stress Management, Personal Growth, Managing Grief, Managing Change, Relationship Coaching, Communication Skills, Confidence & Personal Power, Inner Peace, Achieving Balance, and Organization & Productivity.
Sessions are offered in person, over the phone, and through Skype. Contact us today for a free 30-minute phone consultation. Lower or reduced rates may be available based on an individual's ability to pay.
Krysten, is the owner and founder of YogaStrong. She is a successful Life Coach. Originally, she desired to become a nurse but was a victim of kidnapping early in her adult life. Needing to understand and process her trauma, she decided to study: Psychology, Anthropology, and Social Work. In doing so she is able to coach others in processing their life struggles and setting up a plan to work through whatever hardships that arise.
Krysten, started practicing yoga years ago to help manage her depression, anxiety, and PTSD. She found that her depression, anxiety, and PTSD symptoms continued to lessen and became more and more manageable the more she practiced. Using these skills, Krysten decided the best way to share her knowledge and love of these passions was to open her own yoga, health, and fitness studio.
Krysten’s goal is to help others and by opening a studio that offers a holistic approach to mind and body wellness; she is capable of helping many people in many different ways. Helping others is her passion and she absolutely loves her job!
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