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Do You Have A Book Within You?

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Fuzzy and Suzy Manning

Fuzzy and Suzy Manning


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So you want to write, but are finding it difficult getting started. You might have a manuscript tucked away somewhere and you're wondering what to do with it, or you may be an experienced writer curious about how best to revise your next work. Perhaps you have read some testimonials or talked to others who have worked with Michèle, and you are hoping to discover how yoga and writing practices can provide you with a greater sense of peace and well-being.

The biggest difference between the two kinds of coaches lies in the scope of the work. While an athletic coach focuses more narrowly on the achievement of a particular athletic goal – winning a gold medal, achieving a record-setting swim, and so on – your Language of Yoga coach will guide and support you in ways that enhance all areas of your life. Both writing and yoga are practices that help us wake up to the greatest possibilities of our lives. Your Language of Yoga coach will help you with particular issues such as editing a manuscript or correctly aligning your spine in Mountain Pose, for example. But she will also help you to connect this editing or alignment with the rest of your life, so that as you work toward a particular goal, you will find the whole of your life beginning to open as well.

When you enter the coaching relationship, you will complete a detailed assessment to find out what your goals are and to help determine the best course of action for each of the coaching sessions. Coaching is a relationship, and your input in the process is crucial – each session is tailored to your specific needs. As your practice of yoga and/or writing grows, the work will be adjusted and fine-tuned to meet your current and ongoing needs..