Eco-coaching, the best way to center the mind, body, and soul

Through conscious breath control and a deep connection with our inner nature, we manage to revitalize our everyday life and see the world with serenity and objectivity. Ecology reminds us that we are part of nature, not of technology. 

Nur Garriga

Coach, Therapist, Facilitator

Trainer, and Consultant in NLP

and Healer in Shamanic Healing.

If you seek a sustainable business future, it’s important to focus on mental health care through specialized techniques, such as eco-coaching. A practice that allows you to enjoy greater harmony between your body, your mind, and your spirit. Eco-coaching helps people develop a greater awareness of their impact on the environment and understand the importance of living more sustainably. It focuses on overall well-being, which means it doesn’t only address physical health but also mental and spiritual well-being.

Balance and well-being in modern life with professional eco-coaching sessions

In today’s world, marked by speed and technology, finding a balance between our inner and outer well-being is a constant challenge. Eco-coaching, a combination of ecology and coaching, has become an essential approach to addressing this challenge. It leads us to explore the importance of reconnecting with our essential nature and how this connection can influence our daily well-being and our view of the world. If you can’t afford a retreat or a weekend getaway, eco-coaching teaches us to find nature in our own environment, take care of ourselves, and embrace ecological responsibility in all areas of our lives. It’s an invitation to live in harmony with our environment and find peace and balance in our modern life.

Eco-coaching encourages us to be mindful and breathe properly, establishing a real connection with our essence as natural beings. This act of reconnecting with nature, often overlooked, can bring deep balance to our lives, and as we restore this balance, our daily routine becomes enriched, and our perception of the world becomes more deliberate and objective.

Eco-coaching; The breath you need to keep going

In a world saturated with technology, it’s essential to remember that our brain is not a machine designed to process information in the same way as our electronic devices. The constant abuse of these electronic resources can lead to anxiety and a deterioration in the quality of our rest. To regain balance and harmony in our lives from both a physical and spiritual perspective, we need to learn to truly disconnect.