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Nancy Shanteau

Nancy Shanteau is the lineage bearer for Skills for Change Coaching. She is a Somatic Coach and the founder of the Folkloom School, the home of the Skills for Change Coaching Certification Program. She is a settler who lives and works in Nevada County, CA, lands stolen from the Nisenan tribe. The local tribal language is Nisenan, in the Yuba and Bear River watersheds. Nancy practices Relationship Anarchy, identifies as pansexual, and is a cis white multi-ethnic woman. She uses she/her pronouns. Dedicated to radical, decolonizing, empowering education, Nancy has been teaching and coaching since 2004. “I believe people need safety and a feeling of connection and love in order to change. In a good teaching relationship, the teacher becomes engaged in your dream, and provides support, strength and vision to help you achieve it.”

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About this Course

This course will help participants embody our wise adult consciousness, gain peace in our decisions, relationships and daily transactions with others, and ultimately develop self trust and self love. We will work with our beliefs and values to identify what is meaningful to us, and to uproot limiting, life draining beliefs. We will look for ways in which we undermine our relationship with ourselves, and identify practices to help us shift. We will use the parent-adult-child model from transactional analysis to see how our embodied, historic habits and patterns are rooted in survival strategies and learn ways to practice the changes we want.

I hope you'll join me as we embark on this exciting path of self-discovery, empowerment and liberation. It is inspiring to watch people gain power and choice in their lives, and there is a deep love and compassion that develops within us as we participate in a community growing and learning together. I would be honored to be your guide on your own journey of self-trust, self-love and inner peacefulness.

Course materials will be delivered weekly. We'll have a 90-minute call every week to discuss the course materials, answer questions and engage your learning goals, and set practice plans for the next week.

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Course meetings: Mondays from 4 - 5:30 pm. First course Monday, May 22, 2017