“Whether I’m writing, facilitating a webinar or doing a private session,
in my work I support women as they learn to let go of the thinking,
habits and subconscious beliefs which cause such things as creative block, overwhelm, and the sneaky inner dialogue that says 'you're
just not good enough'. Watching women in business acknowledge
who they really are; the courageous, brave leaders in love, life
and business - it's just a wonderful thing!
I see them wake up and really start to witness themselves in their courage, compassion, intuition, leadership, resilience - most of which they'd taken for granted. I see them let go of the overwhelm and the need to be perfect, all things to everyone. I see them reconnect to the joy and the laughter in their businesses and their relationships. It's a great job!
I do this work because I am passionate about lifting women up to
where I believe we belong. We are so much more than we give
ourselves credit for and it is exciting to be here on this planet right now,
as we are waking up to that truth!
I have made it my life’s study to understand how stress and past conditioning impact our state of mind and life outcomes. I have
learned the power of the subconscious mind, and how our physiology effects our psychology. What we believe, we will receive.
In all my years working with people, unraveling subconscious blockages, igniting imagination and what is possible in their lives and businesses,
I have yet to meet the woman who was not in some way extraordinary. However, equally consistent in my findings of my typical reader or
client is that most are in some way perfectionists, often caring
more for others than themselves. They often prefer to put their
career or external goals such as family, their artistic endeavours,
lovers or friends above their willingness to really care for their own
well-being. They tend to have anywhere from one to all of these ingredients. If you resonate with this, you’re in the right place.
The intention of all my work is to help women to effortlessly access
the power we all possess to facilitate positive change within
and around ourselves.
Enormous power lies in our beliefs – most of them hiding in the subconscious mind. We must unravel who we really are if we are to go beyond merely surviving these extraordinary times, but to thriving in them.
Gayla first realised empowering others would be her calling when,
she did the A.S.I.S.T. (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)
program in 1998. That 3-day initial training, would change the
course of her life from working in the media, to becoming a
Master Trainer of A.S.I.S.T. in the year 2000, delivering suicide
intervention processes to the medical and services communities.
She want on to develop empowering preventative mental health
programs for women and youth at risk - working with teachers at the Southern Teaching Unit - now the founders of the Respectful
Relationships Program, delivered to schools nationally.
Moving into the corporate sector after furthering her studies as a hypnotherapist and NLP practitioner, Gayla developed
communications and releationship programs for corporations
including BMW and Simon Hammond Branding. She now specializes
in woking with women in media, business and leadership roles,
with her extensive knowledge and experience, helping people
fast-track success and life fulfilment in business and in life.
For over 25 years Gayla has been studying, teaching and using her practical approach to empowering others with what she calls' the
truth about their hidden power'.
Her past experience includes, life and executive coaching, holistic counselling, suicide intervention, NLP, creative coaching, relationship counselling, self-esteem and clinical hypnotherapy. While these have been some of her more formal training, her approach is based on an intuitive fusion of all modalities, depending on the client’s requirements.
With humour, vulnerability, skill and wisdom, Gayla demonstrates
how you can effortlessly release the history which is quietly
limiting your success. Replace it with self-acceptance, compassion
and a healthy dose of laughter.