to  make better decisions,
reduce stress & more
CORPORATE focusing sessions

High pressure. Tight deadlines. Always on. High expectations.

Today’s business environment is characterized by rapid change, fast paced environments and increasing competition that needs engaged, productive, healthy, and loyal employees.  

But most businesses fail to meet these needs, leading to low morale and high turnover. Employees are working over-time and responding to the demands of the business but burn out and stress, impacting their productivity level and overall well being.

How can companies help employees to stay focused, engaged, happy for high level of productivity

That’s where I come in.


Having survived and thrived in one of the most fast paced challenging corporations in the world, I have first hand, real in the trenches, experience in how to transform people from surviving to thriving, both professionally and personally.

I now deliver one of the most powerful techniques that enables both individuals and teams to find balance for their personal health and happiness and professional success and productivity, leaving you with a happier, more productive and focused team.

This technique is called "Focusing"

What is Focusing?


A body oriented process of self-awareness that allows our bodies to guide us to deeper self-knowledge and healing, while cultivating balance, reducing stress, improving resilience and fostering personal growth in our lives. Focusing has expanded from its origins in psychotherapy to practical application in fields ranging from education to medicine to business.

Who benefits from Focusing?


If you would like to..

  • Surmount obstacles, make decisions and solve problems creatively

  • Find relief from tension and stress

  • Handle overwhelming emotions

  • Become more attentive and friendly to yourself and others

  • Integrate body, mind and spirit

  • Be independent from external belief systems

  • Release action blocks and self-criticism and increase self-love & acceptance

Are you ready to start getting the best out of your people?