Your Transition and Resilience Coach


One of my favorites quotes is by Rumi – “Be a lamp, a lifeboat, a ladder.”  


I’ve identified with the lamp, the lifeboat, and the ladder.  It’s the reason I became a Registered Nurse 25 years ago.   It wasn’t until I was experiencing burnout, anxiety, and depression that I recognized my soul was in need of some healing.   Some light.

And so I began my own healing journey of growth and transformation.


Life sure is one heck of a journey!


Do you ever feel like you’re running on empty?  Have you ever felt that life was just really hard?  Or  that you were living your own version of a hang-dog country song?

Life is hard, difficult to navigate, and there is no compass to guide as as we journey through life.  At times, it can be very difficult to visualize our path through the darkness of change, illness, loss, depression, anxiety or post-traumatic stress.   It may be even more difficult to even visualize that there is a light somewhere down the road. 

I know there is because I have travelled so much of it already, and I’ve helped countless others do the same.


                 Imagine this….


You know exactly what actions to take to become the person you truly want to be.  You are focused and efficient.  Relaxed, calm and clear.  You flow through your day with confidence and optimism. 

Your relationships are healthy and strong.  You feel ready for anything

Your friends, family and clients can feel the difference, and your confidence and clarity is having a positive influence on your relationships and your life.

I’m Abbegail Eason, a holistic coach and registered nurse.   I’d love to help you get through your challenges with ease and grace.  

I’ve developed a roadmap to help you navigate life’s opportunities for change in the form of coaching packages, workshops and retreats.  I can help you develop the tools, mindset and confidence to change your life.

Book a free call with me now to explore working together

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holistic coaching, Abbegail Eason


Big hug,