Slow and steady really does win the race. When we believe that we have all the time in the world, we start living like we have all the time in the world. The more we focus on slowing down rather than speeding up, the more we add time to our lives and we create more space to be and enjoy every moment. What does living like you have all the time in the world look like and how can you begin to create this now? 1. Wake Up In Beauty: When you wake up each morning, do not think of… Read more.
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Chonteau likes to consider herself a Modern Day Shaman. She was a social worker for many years and had the pleasure of helping teenage girls remember that they are worthy of unconditional love. She founded a Health and Wellness Company, Sangoma LLC, in 2003 because she wanted to share her insights of how to "walk in beauty" and be in right relationship with the natural world.
Chonteau left her social work profession in late 2013 to pursue her passion as a full time Life Coach, Motivational Speaker and Community Herbalist. She has spoken at various retreats and conferences in the Southeastern United States, published two books, Have a Monkey Morning and An 84 Day Self Care Journey for Women In Their Middle Years, and has a thriving private practice supporting her clients remember that they are brilliant in every way and loved beyond all measure. She also started an virtual online herbal program and teaches her students about folk and intuitive herbalism.
For more information, please visit chonteau.com.
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