Anouk brings vast professional and personal experience to any space of growth and development. She lives, teaches and works holistically and believes our personal and professional lives are interconnected.

Her personality and identity were built on being raised as a third-culture, biracial child educated in international schools whilst living in a home filled with generational trauma. The internal struggle of pain and suffering shaped how she navigated childhood, continuing into adulthood and living with behavioural addictions. Unbeknownst to her, all the survival and coping mechanisms developed in childhood would become her strengths in life, driving her search for purpose.

Mothering four children (2002, 2004, 2010, 2012) and being married for 23 years taught her many invaluable lessons about relationships, parenting and how conception and childhood have a lifelong impact on our identities as adults. 

Since the unexpected death of her father in 2013, her life values shifted and she dove deep into her grief, facing her pain and unraveling her personality. Facing further losses in life, she let go of believing she could rescue and fix everything, thus beginning a relationship with her true Essence/Soul/Being/Self/Nature, whatever name you want to give it. Through stillness, intuition and connection, she started to face her buried fears, shame and pain, finding herself in moments of deep existential crisis. Working with grief and trauma has been the most humbling path to journey through and taught her that life is not complicated, our thoughts about life complicate things.

Anouk believes that through a balance of (positive/negative/neutral) minds, physical health and spiritual practice, everyone can live in wholeness and contentment. She looks forward to collaborating together in a safe and relational setting, where clients can learn more about who they believe they are and who they truly are, ending any lifelong suffering and pain they have been identifying with. 

Compassionate Inquiry

"The personality is little more than what you develop as a way of surviving your childhood, your earlier relationships."
~ Gabor Maté