Our passion is your flight.

Sometimes, in our lives and careers, we stop to align the 'who we are' with 'what we are being'.

At the crossroads, our desire for fulfillment and purpose feels like an insatiable hunger ... a void inside crying out to be fed.  Whether feeling stifled by circumstance, fear or perceived limitation, we begin to 'seek' ... inspiration, expression, growth, expansion ... transformation. 

Some, because we've been on a merry-go-round trying to evolve our circumstances while meeting the same outcomes.  Others, because we are evaluating our dreams, legacy and the impact we always wanted to make on our world.

Regardless of the catalyst for change, our desire for personal fulfillment (at work and home) leads us to the crossroads, because ...

Sometimes, we are simply ready to fly. 

Intuitive Coaching

At Inside Out Retreats, our coaching sessions help you to explore your wings ... what clips them and how to set them free.  Intuitively guided, our coaching style promotes self-empowerment through self-awareness.  Each session explores what you already know, what you didn't know you knew and what else you might need to know to free your flight.  A precise and insightful conversation combining traditional dialogue with guided visualization, we help you recognize and reconcile conscious and subconscious beliefs, emotional patterns and triggers to create a path to new outcomes. 

change begins with a single step.

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A single session may be all you need to fly. 

Whether addressing a specific concern or seeking support for a longer journey, we offer flexible pricing and packages to meet your needs. 

  • Single (Ad Hoc) Session
  • 5-Session Package (taken within 3-months)
  • 12-Week Journey
  • Annual Coaching (Weekly)(Fortnightly)(Monthly)

From the comfort of your space at a time that works for you, we coach global clients seven days a week via Skype and Facetime.

On your own perch, in your own time.

The value of coaching lies as much in self-discovery as it does in the end result.
— Alison Pothier