We understand that as a professional you may have had a coach before coming to us.  We listen deeply to cultivate your previous learning into daily practices that support your wholeness: at work, at home, in life. 

Integrate Coaching Practices

After an initial assessment, we’ll co-create a mentoring program that is a match for your developmental needs to expand your coaching practice.  Our portfolio includes leadership development, contemplative practices, and deep listening that foster inclusive learning cultures.

Your Learning Partner

Our firm specializes in integrating modalities, research disciplines, and practices to enhance vertical development.  We will evaluate and support your current learning programs to add new practices and perspectives to bring a renewed sense of learning based on the needs of your culture.

Leadership Renewal 

Specifically, for our returning clients, we continue to be a resource for your listening and learning.  Join us during one of our retreats to deepen your learning, restore parts of the self, and renew your commitment to listening, learning and leading.


Our team has undergone years of rigorous inquiry and practice from a foundation of philosophical study, management methods, leadership mastery, and contemplative practices.

We work with coacheseducators and executives to cultivate human potential.

We are certified in several learning and development methods and tools, including:

  1. Spiritual Intelligence (SQ21) Assessment Tool™
  2. Integral Theory View and Stage Development
  3. Ontological Learning and Design Newfield Network.
  4. Facilitators of Open Space Technology.
  5. Facilitators of Appreciative Inquiry.
  6. Facilitators of Spiral Dynamics Integral Values Systems.
  7. Contemplative Psychotherapy at Nalanda Institute.
  8. Members of ICF (International Coach Federation)
  9. Members of ACTO (Association of Coach Training Organization)



Individual Mentoring • Team Mentoring

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When we hear a Dharma talk or study a sutra, our only job is to remain open. Usually, when we hear or read something new, we just compare it to our own ideas.

If it is the same, we accept it and say that is correct. If it is not, we say it is incorrect. In either case, we learn nothing.

If we read or listen with an open mind and an open heart, the rain of the Dharma will penetrate the soil of our consciousness.

—Thich Nhat Hanh