How do we make friends with our own particular discomforts and why would we?
What are the choices we make that keep us comfortable and are they creating the life we want?
What might it look like to lean into those areas that create discomfort to find meaning and possibilities in them?
Let’s explore this and find ways to look at ourselves and our choices in an open and participation oriented discussion.
About Jane Paterson
Jane is English born and raised until she left school at 17 to pursue tennis full time. She had the opportunity to travel and play for a few years semi professionally before she took advantage of a tennis scholarship in the US where she also studied Psychology, and went on to get a masters in Exercise Sport Science.
She followed that with a number of years coaching Men’s and Women’s tennis at a couple of different US Universities.
She began to realize that she preferred working with the emotional and mental aspects of her players and trying to help them realize their potential as a human not just a tennis player. So she went back to school for a Masters in mental health counselling. Jane also has a passion for garden design so after a fortuitous encounter she began a small landscaping business. Currently she balance her landscaping endeavours with continuing to work with people who may feel stuck, are struggling or want more from life. She does this in the capacity of a Life coach as she wants to combine other aspects of her own personal experience with her therapeutic and clinical knowledge.
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