Leading a healthier lifestyle
Start with an intention
Let the calm within guide your most important decisions
Tanya is the soft spoken podcaster who’s voice is behind the Compassionate Mindfulness with Zennya podcast. A little corner of the podcasting world dedicated to bringing awareness to the powers of Compassion and Mindfulness.
She is a Certified Meditation Coach based in Montreal Canada and her holistic approach brings clarity, direction and a life of balance to women over 35. She helps clients live their best life by presenting mindful, actionable steps that help fill the gap between where they are now, and where they want to be in order to stop procrastination dead in its tracks. By identifying where the blocks are and where growth is desired, her clients are provided with life long tools for personal and professional development. Setting goals and objectives, and holding you accountable will help you reach your highest potential and make achieving these goals a reality.
Her degree in psychology along with over 20 years of experience in customer relations within the medical field and her rich cultural background has given her the compassionate awareness that helps people find direction in all aspects of their lives.
We all need someone to hold space for us and Tanya does this in the most authentic and compassionate way. She helps her clients reach their milestones, one step at a time.
Her bold and audacious vision is to contribute to the biggest rise in human consciousness and transformation the world has ever seen. Her genuine fascination for human beings and their individual stories helps her clients feel at ease with her unique coaching style.Visit www.zennya.ca/links for more information and great ressources.
It is so important to be surrounded by positivity and well rounded people.
What people say about meditation
Meditation training improves a wide range of willpower skills, including attention, focus, stress management, impulse control and self awareness. It changes the function and structure of the brain to support self-control.