I’m moving from 6-month coaching program commitments to a pay-as-we-go model.
Want to meet every week for a few weeks? Great.
Want a session once a month? Perfect.
Want to set up bi-weekly sessions for 3 months straight? Let’s do it.
Fees remain sliding scale from $150-250 per 75 min session with the *dream* of dropping that price even more as my practice fills.
Why make the change?
It starts with integrity. I had to ask myself: am I in a place where I’m able and willing to commit hundreds of dollars to my own support in the form of a “package”.
And the truth is… I’m not. I’m restarting my business after mat leave, I now have a baby (!?), and we’re all navigating massive fluxes in the global economy that are hitting hard.
A long-term commitment, even if technically “doable”, feels unsafe in my body. There is too much uncertainty in the field, my body is a no.
In this season of my life, I lean into models that feel more flexible, even if they actually look the same as a six-month commitment. It FEELS different.
In this season of my life, I want access to multiple practitioners to meet my changing needs.
In this season of my life, I want to get even clearer on what consent actually looks like in my practice. As someone who works with clients on attachment issues, I know that it’s not enough to simply say “you’re not beholden to this agreement” – I want to make sure my clients feel truly empowered and in control.
So, out with the old model of hundreds up front, in with a pay-as-you-go model.
The goal remains the same: supporting you in slow, doable, long-term somatic care. The container just looks different.
Finally, this choice wasn’t made in a vacuum! I’m so grateful to be in a supportive network of folks who are ever circling around integrity in service, watching the landscape, and experimenting with their practice.
To name a few: thank you Bear Hebert for the seeds, thank you Varvara for the possibility, thank you Carmen Spagnola for creating a space where conversations like this happen.