Caitlin Winkley – Life Coaching: Blending the Spiritual with the Practical

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The newest episode of our university podcast, ‘Mindful U at Naropa University,’ is out on iTunes, Stitcher, and Fireside now! We are happy to announce this week’s episode features alumna Caitlin Winkley, life and business coach that focuses on combining practical action steps with spiritual tools.

 play-icon Caitlin Winkley – Life Coaching: Blending the Spiritual with the Practical

Join us as we talk about blending the spiritual with the practical, busting some myths, and providing some tips on what it means to run a business from a spiritual vantage point. When it comes to the term “life coach,” or any other spirituality-based profession, one of the most prominent myths is that you can use the law of attraction to just ‘manifest’ clients or money into your life and into your business. While there is some truth to that, the element that so often gets left behind in the belief in the law of attraction is you showing up—and you actually doing the practical work.

Caitlin Winkley is an experienced, highly sought after life coach who works with people all over the world. Professionally, she completed a three-year coaching training from the University of Spiritual Healing and Sufism in 2008. She also studied early childhood education and the psychology of healing at Naropa University from 2006-2009. In 2010, Caitlin became an assistant teacher for Naropa’s Body-Mind Centering class. She has also attended numerous self-help workshops, healing retreats, completed Shambala meditation training, worked with shamans, therapists, and more.

Learn more about Mindful U at Naropa.

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