My mission in life is to inspire youth, teens and adults of all ages to ignite and empower their creativity, connection, imagination and leadership. How do you nurture yourself and honor your values?
I believe that every individual matters and that you can make a difference in your life as well as the lives of others. In keeping with this belief, I coach my clients with a special emphasis on waking you up to to your values, to exploration and to discovery. Truth be told, I think of coaching as the wake up call to get up and get moving in your personal and professional life.
"Transformation is possible when we open up ourselves to our own flexibility, agility, mobility, strength and stability."
Certified Personal / Professional Co-Active Coach Certified Health Coach
Black Belt Instructor, The Nia Technique
Amy Warshawsky is Coach and somatic specialist. She began her coaching career with the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and has been a certified Health Coach since 2011. Amy went on to study coaching with The Coach Training Institute to become a Certified Personal and Professional Co-Active Coach.
Amy has been a teacher, student and practitioner of the Nia Technique for nearly 10 years. She received her initial training in Nia in Boston, MA, before moving to Tel Aviv, Israel, where she continued to teach, study and travel the world for ongoing training. She now teaches Nia in Hoboken, NJ, and surrounding areas. Amy is also trained in Wu Shu and Shaolin Kung Fu.
She holds a Masters in Journalism from Northwestern University and a Bachelors of Arts from Cornell University. In addition to her Coaching Certification, she holds a Professional Certificate in Creativity, Imagination and Leadership from Lesley University’s Expressive Therapies Program. She is an avid lifelong learner and is currently reading multiple books on all subjects pertaining to coaching methodologies, movement and personal growth. She has three children (yes, two of them are teens!), two cats, a foster bearded dragon and lives in Hoboken, NJ.