The Language of Mindfulness

Mindfulness happens between us.

Listen deeply, connect authentically, and live fully.

That’s what I help people do.

by Brett Hill, Certified Somatic/Mindful Coach, ACC

 

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1:1 coaching

With presence, mindful attention and carefully crafted somatic techniques (plus some refined intuition), my goal is to guide you on a journey of discovery and embodiment of your natural resourcefulness and authentic self.  From this place, the next step to explore engaging the world with this connected voice and clearer vision.  The world wants more of you in it and that’s my mission. You’ll be happier, calmer, more confident and certain – and it doesn’t take months to make big improvements as these techniques.

Interested? Let’s talk.

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The Mindful Coach Method Training

An 8 week-live virtual class to help coaches and other helping professionals practice being more mindful, present, and skillful in their sessions. Learn powerful methods from somatic psychotherapy adapted specifically for a coaching context. These techniques cut through the noise of storytelling and empower clients with new insights and resilience. This course uses modern techniques embracing the latest research in neuroscience and brief mindfulness. Delivery includes live and recorded content, an online portal for use during the class and an SMS system research has shown improves learning.

International Coaching Federation CCE credits are included

Questions: email brett@languageofmindfulness.com

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elaine

A joy to have Brett Hill listen, guide me in my discernment about my professional development. His facilitation and presence brought new clarity and deeper personal awareness

Rev. Dr. Elaine Beth Peresluha – Unitarian Minister

Meeting with Brett is amazing. After just a few sessions I feel lighter and fuller. Brett is one of the most caring people that I know and it shows every time we meet. He intuitively knows what I need to hear and helps me discover myself.

Client

Changed my life in such a positive way.

Heather – College Professor.

mari

Brett provided me with simple, yet powerful, tools enabling me to connect deeply with my gifts. I could feel the results the first time I began his practice.

Mari Roberts – Life and Leadership Coach

Brett's gift is his ability to use his deep intuition, mindful presence and vast experience to guide his sessions.

– Client

"A gifted and insightful coach"

– Client

rabbi ted

The clarity that flows through Brett is both impressive and healing.

Rabbi Ted Falcon

ron kurtz

Brett is what I call "a natural". Intuitively knows how to help.

The late Ron Kurtz – creator of the Hakomi method of mindfulness-based somatic psychology

roselyn

Brett is a spiritual and compassionate coach who can really feel the needs and problems of his clients to help them find solutions that are realistic and suitable for them.

Roselyn Zenistra – Coach

justin

Reconnect and be welcomed back to yourself. Good at what he does and I highly recomend

Justin Dux

Career Cloud Radio and Career Coach

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