Outdoor Coaching for Expats


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I help expats cultivate and reconnect their inner strength with their desire to live their life to the fullest and take challenges head on.

Moving to a new country can be challenging, it can also be incredibly liberating. It’s an opportunity for immense personal growth and will unlock your full potential.

As an outdoor coach, my aim is to help you make well balanced choices and to overcome obstacles, enabling  you to move forward in your life to make your dreams come true. 

Want to get to know me?

Podcast with Anne Marie Watson and Alex Burns from Coaching Outdoors podcast about our passion, coaching outdoors.

In the podcast, we discuss why I love nature and what nature means for me personally. Why I chose Expats and what Outdoor Coaching can do for Expats.We talk about my 2 months retreat and what I hope to gain. All in all, a great way to get to know me. 


“You asked, They Answered.”

In episode 37, nine coaches, including me, share their individual answers to common questions, like:

What do you do when it starts to rain? Or what do you do when the weather takes a turn for the worst? 

What you can expect from me as Outdoor Coach?

As a coach, I take you outside. Under all circumstances. (You will have to go through it to progress!) The coaching sessions will take place on foot through the forest, park or from a beautiful location in the middle of nature. Let yourself be surprised!
We start with an intake interview in which we will make it clear together what exactly your request for help / wish is. We will investigate from there.

With casual conversation techniques, small exercises, tailor-made mindfulness and a bit of humour and challenge, I then literally and figuratively walk with you in your life and go on a discovery with you. I am convinced that every person has all the answers within themself. As a coach, I want to look for them together with you and also look at the parts in your life that touch you.

What do I expect from you? Honesty, commitment and that you put on a pair of comfortable walking shoes!