April 14, 2018 1-4pm Tabor Space, Portland, OR
Life works like a web, when one aspect is off, its threads pull on others. We have to figure out what aspect needs the real work so the others bounce back. Sometimes many aspects need attention. A longer commitment to life coaching allows you a chance to see real change. I like to start with a 3-month commitment. This gives you the time needed to create new habits and make them stick.
One-on-one participants start off with a 90-minute introductory session where we work though some exploratory exercises. These provide a coherent way for you to tell me all about yourself and your life. Through these exercises we can identify your strengths and values and how they appear in your life, as well as how they can be more a part of your life. In the 55-minute weekly sessions that follow, we identify a clear vision and plan to work toward. That plan will utilize your strengths and line up with your core values. When your desires line up with your core values, it is easier to keep to follow through. You can also recognize more quickly when you are off the path leading towards your dream.
One-on-one participants can meet with me in person or online via Skype, FaceTime or Zoom.
Stand In Your Power – Assertiveness Workshop
Classes Begin Again in May
A weekend workshop designed to get at your own truth and practice saying what you want. Course includes, empowerment exercises, mind mapping to get at your truth and look at what beliefs keep you from sharing it, self-compassion tools and tuning into your intuition.
Stay Tuned For Upcoming Dates
Feeling Disheartened by the Modern Dating Scene? Leave Your Next Date Feeling Satisfied.
Enjoy an Evening of Stories from the Modern Dating World and Walk Away with Tools and Resources to Improve Your Dating Experience.
Coach Alexis Moore Eytinge performs a one-woman show exploring the problems of dating in the 21st century. Through her own dating experiences she explores how the media shapes our beliefs about relationships and offers some exercises on how to create a new relationship model. Through tales of curious dates and romances Alexis shares comical meetings, the rollercoaster of miscommunications and the challenges of wanting relationships to be something they are not. Some stories are wistful, some are hilarious but all have lessons and bring clarity for setting future dating intentions.
Next Performance September 2018