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Welcome to the Dark Side - Fabiana Dórea

Welcome to the Dark Side - Fabiana Dórea

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I invite you to enter into your darkness and I say this in the lightest way possible.

I invite you to look at your dark corners and to sit with your worst fears. I invite you to enter that long denied space that you have so...

Categories: Student Stories

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Animas Summer Picnic : A Birds Eye View

Animas Summer Picnic : A Birds Eye View

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On Sunday 5th August the Animas community got together once again for its annual summer picnic in Hyde Park. It was a beautiful, blazing, 33 degrees summer afternoon with clear blue skies and a great energy, as always supplied by...

Categories: Animas Videos

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Transformational Camping: A Q&A with Wilderness Foundation CEO Jo Roberts

Transformational Camping: A Q&A with Wilderness Foundation CEO Jo Roberts

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At the end of July, a handful of Animas coaches, a few members of the Animas team and Natural Flow founder and Animas graduate Kevin Mascarenhas grabbed their roll mats, filled their vehicles with everything to keep them safe from...

Categories: Transformational Coaching

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Mia O'Gorman - Coaching In Organisations

Mia O'Gorman - Coaching In Organisations

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In this video, Mia O'Gorman shares insights from her own journey as an internal and external coach, coaching skills trainer, leadership development consultant and coaching supervisor to some of the world’s most renowned businesses...

Categories: Business of coaching

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Being Present: Animas' Mindfulness for Coaching Accreditation Weekend - A Review

Being Present: Animas' Mindfulness for Coaching Accreditation Weekend - A Review

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There is often a degree of confusion around what Mindfulness is, with definitions often glancing towards meditation or absolute stillness. Whilst both of these can be ways to achieve mindfulness, in fact, it is simply the...

Categories: Coach Training

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Conflict of Self: Working with the Sub-Personalities in Coaching

Conflict of Self: Working with the Sub-Personalities in Coaching

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I remember the day I met my selves. It was a beautiful summer morning, I was on a retreat with a group of incredible social entrepreneurs and I had just quit my nine-to-five job. Yet instead of excited anticipation, I stood in...

Categories: Student Stories

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Why Coaches Find it ‘Hard to Find Love’ By Christine Ramsay

Why Coaches Find it ‘Hard to Find Love’ By Christine Ramsay

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During my fantastic training with Animas, I had dozens of conversations with coaches and coaches-in-training about their challenges in the dating department. I also had the privilege of working with an incredible group of Animites...

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Choosing the Right Coach Training for You

Choosing the Right Coach Training for You

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The best clients, the ones who fit your style of coaching, as well as your personality, who engage proactively with the work, are going to be interested in exactly who you are as a coach. You can ‘sell’ yourself in all manner of ways, from adverts and word-of-mouth, to your web site, but without substance your sales approach will fall on deaf ears. A coach training brings substance to who you are as a coach.

Categories: Coach Training, Transformational Coaching

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Poems for the Coaching Journey by Ross Nichols

Poems for the Coaching Journey by Ross Nichols

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I had been musing for a while on my use of poetry in my coaching practice. For most of my life, poetry largely passed me by. I had childhood favourites and I still recall some poems I enjoyed while studying English at school, however these were more about rhyme or story telling than finding meaning or feeling the poem…

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