I want you to know something.
You have the power to become the happiest and healthiest version of yourself.
You can feel truly full – with self-trust and self-esteem.
You can create awesome relationships – starting with yourself and your body.
And you really can fall in love with your life.
I’m Harriet Waley-Cohen. I believe in life-changing transformations.
And I empower women to make them.
I’m a certified health coach, a psychology graduate and a mentor
I provide one-on-one and group coaching, and have also ran workshops for Club Soda.
Health & Wellbeing Coaches provide support and guidance as you set goals and make sustainable changes that improve your health and happiness.
As your Health & Wellbeing Coach, I will listen carefully and help you to navigate the world of contradictory nutrition and lifestyle advice. I will empower you to determine what changes you need to make, and crucially, how to make them happen. I will also hold you accountable for making changes.
Find out more on my personal website.
How To Create and Fall in Love with a More Sober Life
Harriet Waley-Cohen’s unique workshop, ‘How To Create and Fall In Love with a More Sober Life’, was specially developed for Club Soda members, and brings together my mission to inspire belief in the possibility for change, my years of sobriety experience and coaching skills. It’s a match made in heaven.
For some people who feel that drink is not a huge problem but not a huge help, giving up for a bit or cutting back dramatically can be the logical answer, except it can come with a lot of concerns.
The big worry is that life will be less. Less fun, less easy, less relaxed, less, well, less everything. Then there’s how to socialise, how to get through a client lunch, how to dance, what to put in the hole a drink has left behind, what to say when people ask why you aren’t drinking, how to unwind in the evening after a tough day, how to go on a date…
The workshop shows you exactly how to create a life that is more fabulous, healthy and fulfilling now that booze is taking a backseat. I truly know that being more sober does not mean being more boring, having less fun or not joining in with ANYTHING.
During the course of the workshop, you find out how to answer annoying questions about why you’re cutting back on booze, and how to handle various situations sober that booze used to make possible before. You will also get to brainstorm techniques for side-stepping the pitfalls that can trip you up, to set you up for handling anything and staying on track.
In a very practical way, we look at the big picture and identify what you can add into your life to make you happy. For everyone that may well be something different – one person’s ‘YAY’ is another person’s ‘you’ve got to be kidding me’. After all, singing classes might be the very thing to make your soul happy, and you’d rather die than learn meditation. But to the next person, music does nothing for them, but give them a nice quiet mat, some candles and a few chants to work on and mmmmm….who needs booze?! They’re floating in bliss.
You get to create your own unique road map of what an awesome and more sober life might look and feel like. You also get to create a personal and simple daily ritual that will support you with achieving your drinking goals and work out an action plan for being healthier in general.
You will leave with new friends and connections – anything new is more fun and easier when you’re not alone – and very effective and easy tools to turn up the volume on the happiness in your life. Plus of course a much more positive perspective on what’s possible with less booze.