Cultivating space for you to wake up and rise


Gwen worked in pharmaceutical, biotech and device research for seven years. She rose the corporate ladder. She succeeded in creating a life she thought would make her happy. Yet she realized something was missing. She and wanted more but had no idea where to start. 

Gwen discovered a graduate program in spiritual psychology and completed her degree in 2007 while working full-time. Gwen began professionally coaching fellow researchers, physicians and nurses. She has also completed a Soul-Centered Coaching certification, numerous other modalities of coaching certifications, as well as Breathwork Healer Training, and Reiki Mastery.  

Since then, Gwen has expanded her clientele to Fortune 500 CEOs, entrepreneurs, lawyers, real estate agents, actresses, musicians, social media influencers, personal trainers, headhunters, addiction recovery professionals, other coaches, therapists and creatives who are ready to wake up and rise into a new way of living with practical and spiritual techniques. To live a life of presence and pleasure, not auto-pilot and obligation. 

Gwen has moved through numerous life challenges from a young age with an ever-present intention to heal, grow and help others. Clients share that Gwen integrates deep spiritual concepts and psychological tools in realistic, fun and doable ways for professionals with full lives who want balance and peace without losing their edge or success. Gwen works with clients from the perspective that healing, growth and expansion does not have to be serious, scary or boring - it can be light, joyful and fun with lots of play and laughter.

Facilitating Moon Circles, Breathwork classes, private retreats, shamanic studies are her latest passions. Gwen has been a long time runner, swimmer, triathlon and marathoner, and loves dancing and nature. Parenting her three-year old son and six-year old daughter, as well as mastering the art of modern marriage with her husband in Los Angeles, continues to be her greatest spiritual practice. 

What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies inside of you.
— Ralph Waldo Emerson