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Close Up Radio Spotlights Bonnie Kowaliuk of Senses Mindfulness Coaching

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Invermere, BC – Bonnie Kowaliuk is an eclectic mindfulness coach, leadership consultant and founder of Senses Mindfulness Coaching, where she provides mindfulness coaching and transformational leadership for individuals, teams and organizations.

With an extensive background as a registered social worker and accredited music therapist, mindfulness leadership coach and consultant, Bonnie employs a unique approach to transformational leadership. She combines music integrated mindfulness techniques and coactive coaching which supports and empowers leaders toward new ways of thinking, feeling, being and responding.

“There is no agenda or script as to how I'm going to work with my clients,” says Bonnie. “Much of it is very spontaneous, improvisational so I can be responsive to their needs in the moment and meet them where they are at. I've never been a traditionalist. I think it's more effective to think outside of the box, so I've always been looking for alternative ways I can support meet my clients.”

Senses Mindfulness Coaching sessions allows leaders to explore and discover ways to restore mental health and improve performance. Bonnie empowers clients by integrating mindfulness practices to support the client’s inner resources and self-awareness. Even a small reduction in stress can lead to transformation and higher levels of adaptivity.

“The approach I take is about fun and a mindset of playfulness. And in that relaxed state of being, you can tap into your strengths, creativity and capacity for change,” says Bonnie. “I take a strengths-based approach. To be effective as leaders or mentors, we have to understand the importance of being rooted in values and learning adaptive skills on an ongoing basis.”

For more information, visit www.sensesmindfulness.com