The body knows what we need.
It waits to be heard.
Be the coach that can
help people hear
and give voice to this embodied truth.
Help people connect authentically, listen deeply, speak truly.
What does the world need more than this?
The Mindful Coach Method
A coach training designed for these times
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Meeting with Brett is amazing. After just a few sessions I feel lighter and fuller. He intuitively knows what I need to hear and helps me discover myself.
Working with Brett s has helped me better understand myself and the people around me. Brett is very intuitive, compassionate and patient—he has great insights, and a straightforward way of explaining and responding. He’s very good at what he does and I highly recommend him as a mindfulness coach!
Brett really helps me to tap into my heart and find my own answers. He helped me to uncover my organic self and accept all my fragments. I really appreciate his work and would love for many people be able to work with him!
Brett is wonderful! He is so incredibly helpful with the insight and knowledge he has and has helped me immensely! I highly recommend him as you will not forget your time with him. I use what I have learned from him in my daily life to maintain a calmer, more centered me. I am very grateful 😊
Brett brings a wealth of experience and expertise to our coaching sessions. Our sessions helped me identify my voice and my purpose in an authentic manner. He helped me shift my perspectives so that I can ground myself in clarity and confidence around what I offer.
He is amazing at creating a space for opening up and his reminds that I am okay as I am have helped me get through some difficult times. I am very grateful to have meet and work with Brett.
What is The Mindful Coach Method?
. Disconnected is the new normal.
Our modern world teaches us to disconnect from our senses. We push ourselves to succeed, be recognized, and be appreciated at extreme costs to our health and well-being. In Japan, there is even a word for literally working yourself to death.
When you’re hungry, your body tells you, “hey, we need some food!” In the same way, when we’re overworked or overdoing, your body is speaking to you, “hey, this can’t go on, we need rest and to relax a bit, or I’m going to break down.”
But you will not be rewarded for noticing this. On the contrary, continuously overworking is celebrated, resulting in accolades, bonuses, promotions, and other benefits. But this also leads to burnout, breakdowns, and mental illness. So our work culture is often at odds with what we authentically need as individuals to thrive.
In addition, the social pressure to look good, fit in, demonstrate success, and be accepted is extreme. Just look at the plastic surgery industry as evidence of these extremes. So our social culture is often at odds with what we authentically need to thrive.
Repeatedly over-ruling and ignoring what our bodies are telling us has consequences. We become accustomed to ignoring our felt (somatic) senses, which is where all the true richness in life is. Living in a disconnected place day-to-day becomes normal. The result is persistent feelings of being inauthentic, disconnected, exhausted, depressed, and anxious. Even if you achieve material success, fame, or status – the high of “winning” only lasts a while then you find yourself in need of another achievement to feel alive. Your power is outside of you, in the hands of others who must deem you worthy, or a thrill so intense it cuts through the numbness, so you can for a moment – actually feel something.
It needn’t be this way.
There is within us is a north star.
Even though we live in a culture that doesn’t support our wholeness, within you and every living being is the urge to be healthy and whole. And more – to live the life you were born to live. This urge (“I know I can be happier, better.)” moves people to seek coaching and take action on living a too-small or painful life. The skills needed to help people truly align with their core self, inhabit their embodied authority, and learn to live from this place – these skills are not “problem-solving” or “mindset” issues. They are an identity shift that requires a unique coaching skillset.
What is the Mindful Coach Method?
I spent many years following my north star – exploring and practicing mindfulness, meditation, somatic psychology, group dynamics, and spiritual practices with the best talents I could find- to learn how to make deep changes in myself and to help others. This was no casual inquiry. I went deeply into those practices and gained some truly powerful insights at the feet of world-class teachers along the way.
When I decided to move from my technology career to coaching, I pursued several coaching certifications. I learned a lot, but the coaching practices were not nearly as well grounded in the deeply connected and mature methods I had experienced when training in Hakomi (somatic psychology), Matrix Leadership Training (mindful group presence and facilitation), and others. While coaching presence and mindfulness is valued as coaching skills, they are not often taught as actionable resources you can use in sessions.
To address this gap, I developed The Mindful Coach Method, a training for coaches and other helping professionals that help deepen the coaching skills needed for our times. The method includes The Somatic Insight Cycle which adapts techniques from somatic psychology such as Hakomi into a well-defined coaching framework. The method helps people gracefully and powerfully reconnect to their somatic experience in the moment and re-identify as the core self, not the self we’ve become to meet societal demands. The “ah-ha” moments you can quickly help clients experience in this work are amazing to behold and truly fulfill the mission of helping people really transform, which has called so many coaches.
If you are still reading this and leaning in, sign-up for news, events, and notifications. Read the clients’ testimonials, and check out The Mindful Coach Method. Feel free to reach out as I’m happy to discuss this work with you and explore if this is a good fit for 1:1 or coaching training.
A joy to have Brett Hill listen, guide me in my discernment about my professional development. His facilitation and presence brought new clarity and deeper personal awareness
Rev. Dr. Elaine Beth Peresluha – Unitarian Minister
Meeting with Brett is amazing. After just a few sessions I feel lighter and fuller. Brett is one of the most caring people that I know and it shows every time we meet. He intuitively knows what I need to hear and helps me discover myself.
Changed my life in such a positive way.
Heather – College Professor.
Brett provided me with simple, yet powerful, tools enabling me to connect deeply with my gifts. I could feel the results the first time I began his practice.
Mari Roberts – Life and Leadership Coach
Brett's gift is his ability to use his deep intuition, mindful presence and vast experience to guide his sessions.
"A gifted and insightful coach"
The clarity that flows through Brett is both impressive and healing.
Rabbi Ted Falcon
Brett is what I call "a natural". Intuitively knows how to help.
The late Ron Kurtz – creator of the Hakomi method of mindfulness-based somatic psychology
Brett is a spiritual and compassionate coach who can really feel the needs and problems of his clients to help them find solutions that are realistic and suitable for them.
Roselyn Zenistra – Coach
Reconnect and be welcomed back to yourself. Good at what he does and I highly recomend
Career Cloud Radio and Career Coach
$250 per session
It would be an honor to work with you.
This work is particularly well suited for professionals looking for clarity and insight into their path, especially coaches, healers, teachers, or others who are called to lead or help in some capacity.
Sessions are $250 for one hour. My clients usually meet with me no more than 5 or 6 times as the method is quite efficient.
A preliminary meeting is required to ensure a good fit for both of us. In some select cases, pro-bono is offered – in particular in support of women or creative folk who are seeking to get established after a life-changing event.
An 8 week-live virtual class to help coaches and other helping professionals practice being more mindful, present, and skillful in their sessions. Learn powerful methods from somatic psychotherapy adapted specifically for a coaching context. These techniques cut through the noise of storytelling and empower clients with new insights and resilience. This course uses modern techniques embracing the latest research in neuroscience and brief mindfulness. Delivery includes live and recorded content, an online portal for use during the class and an SMS system research has shown improves learning.
$999 for the sequence
For those who want to make real breakthroughs and want to experience yourself being the person you know you can be – but seems out of reach – this is the way . You want to walk through life more feeling more confident in your conversations and endavours, clear about your boundaries and mission, and of course relaxed and in touch with beauty and grace in the moment. You can be less reactive to criticisms or judgments that come your way – real or imagined and be in touch moment-to-moment with the feeling good with the certain knowledge that you are living aligned with your mission and essence. These are the goals of this sequence of sessions.
The sequence uses a method I developed after many years of study and practice with some of the best and brightest minds in mindfulness-based psychotherapy, mindfulness, meditation, group leadership, martial arts, and more. The method streamlines the “arc of progress” so there’s less talk and more walk. Being, then doing. We begin with dialing in your natural strengths and at the same time, with assigned, customized practices – build newfound resilience and capacity to be more present through “micro-practices” that don’t take a lot of time, but have a lot of power.
Next, we’ll explore how your old habits and beliefs SERVE YOU. That’s the opposite of what you’ve commonly heard. The truth is – you do what you do for a good reason. When you realize this and embrace your woundedness with grace and acceptance, then the areas you are sensitive in can become your personal superpower. This opens the door to entirely new ways of relating to yourself as a whole, more integrated person. Your more vulnerable parts become allies along with your strengths. Now, all of you is a resource for any moment you meet.
These are not just “insights” – it’s a new you. Everything changes. I sometimes say “you become undeniable.” Confidence and “inner authority” naturally emerge from you. From the way you walk through a room, take a seat in a meeting, or speak to family, friends, and colleagues. And the world will notice.
Finally, toward the end of the process, we look back on the issues that brought you to coaching. They will seem much more manageable. “Not that big a a deal anymore” many clients tell me. I like to say “your problems didn’t go away, they just get smaller because you get bigger.”
In addition to six 1:1 sessions, the sequence includes homework and practices that you must engage in to have the outcomes we’re after. As your coach, I will hold you accountable to ensure the practice is tuned for you. Often custom recordings are created for your practice.
This work requires your active engagement and as such it’s not for everyone. In a fundamental way, we’re actually discussing making changes in your neurology – like learning to play an instrument practicing 15 minutes every day is better than an hour once a week. And in this case, you are the instrument. How much are you will in practice sing the song of you are in the world? The world is waiting.
You are always at choice about any assignment and my work is trauma-informed. The method is tuned to you, not the other way around.
If you’re interested in the sequence, let’s talk.