Amplify is a Transformational Coaching service that helps women move from where they are to Who They Are. Through one on one coaching and workshops Amplify co-creates with clients to actively take steps to a future they want to live.
My name is Sarah Veyland and I’ve started Amplify Life Coaching to help women get what they want. I want women to feel empowered in their career and life.
I help women stop sacrificing parts of themselves to get what they want. I help women bring their whole self into the work place. I champion women who want to move forward in their career, but don’t want to lose themselves in the pursuit. I help women who feel they have lost themselves in the pursuit of their career regain their sense of self. I help women recover their sense of self so they can speak their Truth. I help women regain their power. I help women heal their relationship with themselves and their bodies.
If any of this sounds like you then I am ready to co-create into a new reality with you. I will support you on the path to self-discovery, personal health, and connection. I want to partner with you as you drill down into what you really want, so you can make strides to what makes you feel fully you. Together we can co-create an exciting future based on choice and action.
As the Spice Girls said ‘So tell me what you want, what you really, really want?’
If you desperately know in your bones that there must be more to life than this! But can’t figure out exactly what it is, I’d love to help.
I look forward to co-creating with you so you can step into the life you want to lead.
Amplify Life Coaching offers one on one coaching. You can purchase a goal-oriented package or single sessions. We can craft the package that works for you and your goals. Amplify also offers group coaching and group workshops. Click below to find out more.
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