Rowan Armstrong is an Embodied Intimacy coach who helps people connect with their dreams and ambitions, transforming their lives.
I started coaching teams while working in the information technology industry. Since 2003 I, have worked as a scrum master, helping teams to become successful, learning structures. As part of this work, I have introduced meditation and mindfulness sessions into businesses helping their staff to reduce their stress and to become connected with themselves, their colleagues and loved ones. Because of this work, team members often asked me if I would work with them individually, to help them gain focus and control in their lives, helping them to successfully follow their own hopes and dreams, leading richer more fulfilling lives.
I enjoyed the connections that I built with people while working with them. This led me to become a life coach, and with the addition of qualifications in many holistic therapies: Swedish massage, reflexology and aromatherapy. To expand in to wellbeing coaching as well. With skills, and my personal yoga practice which I have extended by becoming a qualified yoga teacher. I now have the pleasure of being able, help you to engage with your hopes and dreams by offering arrange of coaching programmes and services – tailored to your individual needs, corporations and businesses making use of the wide range of skills that I have acquired.
I am active with various environmental groups and strongly believes that we can all make a positive contribution to help reduce the effects of climate change. Very thing we do has an effect on the climate and other beings that we share this planet with.
If you book and attend a free exploratory session and I will donate £5 to The woodland Trust to support their The Big Climate Fightback. Did you know that a £15 donation can planet up to 10 trees! Helping to capture carbon from the atmosphere and improve the environment. Rowan will donate £15 for every paid session to The Woodland Trust. Helping them to plant more tree to reduce carbon, pollution and flooding.