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I am pleased to announce…On the 4th March 2016, Patricia Foster (YouAre YOU Holistic Life Coaching and Training Services) will be facilitating a free Workshop:
“Yes, I Did It! Got Through It…At Last. — Recognising and Celebrating Your Strengths Through Life Transitions and Change”.
This will take place at Cass ElevateHer Conference,
Anti-Bullying Week in England is from the 16th – 20th November 2015. It is coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance. The theme this year is ‘Make a Noise about bullying’.
I am an award-winning poet, Sable Litmag Poet-in-Residence 2014-15 and a qualified holistic Coach.
For over twenty years, I have been committed to raising the self esteem and confidence of girls and young women through coaching , literacy, creativity and digital media.
I currently use my poetry film ‘Lips‘ in powerful coaching sessions and workshops to help combat the epidemic that is bullying in our society. We also explore ideas of identity.
Visit the web page to learn more about the making of the film, then scroll down to view the YouTube video: http://t.co/BKEAwu1yFQ
For coaching or workshops with girls and young women, contact Patricia Foster on YouAreYou.email@example.com or
News From YouAreYOU founder, Award-Winning Poet, Sable Poet-In-Residence and Holistic Life Coach Patricia Foster
I am extremely excited to share I will be one of the international facilitators and speakers at the incredible 3rd annual
Every Woman Inspired 2015 conference,
to be held in Ocho Rios, Jamaica
18 & 19 October 2015.
Tickets going fast!
‘If you are a woman living in Jamaica, The Caribbean, USA or The UK, who is looking to be inspired and empowered, why not attend this year’s event.’
Creative Education Consultant, Tutor and Holistic Coach for Sensitive, EBD (Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties) Pupils
Is your child emotionally sensitive and slightly overwhelmed by the school learning environment?
Does your child require an educator or education environment which holistically supports their emotional sensitivity?
Is your child labelled ‘shy’, ‘introverted’, ‘misunderstood’ or even ‘disruptive’?
Does your child become over stimulated and agitated by busy surroundings, preferring a calmer, relaxing, more sedate learning environment, supportive of their emotional needs?
Does your child have any unrealised creative gifts or talents and need a empathic educator to help them realise their potential?
About YouAreYOU Founder Patricia Foster
YouAreYOU founder Patricia Foster is a DBS (CRB) checked, Creative Education Consultant, Qualified Life Coach, Certified Tutor, Workshop Facilitator and Certified Reiki Healer, with over 20 years tutoring, training and mentoring experience. Patricia delivers empowering workshops and tuition through the mediums of
Patricia prides herself on the fact she has worked with young people from diverse backgrounds and with a wide range of learning abilities. She is renowned for her very empathic, patient and intuitive approach to educating and promotes creative education as a tool for healing and emotional well being within a young person.
She is also Sable Litmag Poet-in-Residence, an Award-winning internationally published poet, writer, performer, trained actress and dancer, who has toured the UK, parts of Europe and Chicago.
Contact YouAreYOU for rates and a FREE consultation to discuss your child’s learning needs. YouAreYOU also works with: • Independent Schools,
• YOTs (Youth Offending Teams),
• Home Educated Pupils
and will happily come to your home/is available for home centered tuition.
Can also provide tuition via Skype for local and international pupils.
As somebody who is committed to empowering girls and young women through coaching, as well as creative, literary and holistic approaches, I have so much time for Serena Williams and her sister Venus. I would cite them as two of my favourite role models, especially when needed to counteract the sometimes negative images, representations and portrayal of women that we currently see in the media.
It is therefore very frustrating to see the unnecessary, negative press Serena and Venus sometimes receive, whilst having professional dry spells and even when they win grand slams.
As a vegan and ‘raw foodist’ myself, according to an article on ‘Examinar.com’ holisticnewsletter (http://www.examiner.com/article/serena-williams-shifts-to-raw-foods-diet-to-support-her-sister-venus), I’m aware Serena followed a raw vegan diet to support her sister Venus, who was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease Sjogren’s syndrome, reported in the Washington Post on April 27 2013. Venus was already following a raw food diet (eating unprocessed, uncooked vegetables, fruit, nuts, seeds juices and smoothies) and in solidarity with her sister, Serena became a raw vegan also.
Serena had also taken the time to heal from a recent life threatening illness herself. She has therefore been to the brink and back, overcoming adversity, personal family tragedy and negative criticism from the press to get back to what she does best; winning!
Recently, I spent an afternoon at a lovely, well respected bakery in Dulwich, south London, with a group of young ladies I had been teaching on The Virtue Programme, an education and personal development course dedicated to building confidence and self esteem into the female leaders of tomorrow. The trip was to expose them to the positive experiences they can gain and more nutritional options open to them, if they don’t choose from the popular high street fast food eateries. By the end of the programme, I could already see them acknowledging how powerful they are and what goals are possible for them to achieve!
Like Serena and Venus, these young ladies too can overcome any obstacles they are faced with, as well as override criticism and negative comments to be winners in life.
This French Open win is testimony to the fighter, determined woman and high achiever Serena Williams is!
As she begins her Wimbledon 2015 campaign, let’s hope the media focuses on how awesome and totally inspirational she is to women and hold her up as a true role model, especially to our young girls!