Sometimes We Need A Human Connection To Move Through Times Of Extreme Difficulty 

Imagine being able to heal emotional wounds and dissolve anxiety instantaneously by speaking with someone who has devoted their life to smoothing this complex transition.

Prepare to surrender to the grace of spirit and living each moment in pure joy and gratitude.

I am here to personally walk you through the conversations that will help you get there.

  

I have helped countless men and women soften fear and make the most of every day as they navigate the end of their time here on Earth.

I’ve also helped loved ones to mend their hearts, welcoming joy and purpose back into their lives.

Whether you are preparing for your own passing or caring for your beloved, it can feel like you’ve been isolated on a remote island of grief. . . An island only YOU seem to be able to access. Without proper support, you can feel forlorn and helpless. It doesn’t have to be that way.

 For each and every one of my clients, it’s been the greatest challenge of their lifetimes to dance with the heartbreak while tapping into a wellspring of inner peace. 

But it is not an insurmountable one.

I hope it brings you some comfort to know that each of these people was able to transform debilitating sorrow into a sense of calm and purpose. . . That each of them was able to anchor gratitude as their primary state of being as they walked forward on this path. I know you can do it too.

The first step is recognizing that you are not alone in this. . . And you never will be. As we embrace connection, we open up the door to expansive joy and a purpose-driven journey filled with hope for the next life.

Together, we can remain present with the discomfort and make this a time of healing and inner peace. 

The Truest Measures of Success are the Lives We Touch With Our Stories. . . 

“Week after week working with Tanya, I could not believe that I was so
blessed to have found her and her uncanny ability to somehow know exactly what I
needed. While doing the weekly program, I finally didn’t feel alone in my struggles or
like it ‘must just be me.’ She really understood, she got it! "


“Tanya came to me at a time in my life with great uncertainty among other things. I
did the work and week after week and looked forward to our Skype sessions. Her
wisdom, kinds words, brutal honesty, and exceptional ability to listen were something
I came to rely on. Honestly, she is a rock star! "


“As our time together was nearing the end, I had some bad news that I was sort of
expecting. If she and I had not been working together, I think I would have fallen apart.
Instead, I used the tools that I had learned from Tanya and drew strength from our
conversations over several weeks and I did not fall apart!” ~ Charleen


“After losing my father to cancer in June, we found out that my sister also had an aggressive cancer that took her life 5 months later in May 2008. Five months. . . The same period of time that you traveled that path with Phil battling his cancer. I read your account of that journey with Phil and cried unashamedly through a lot of it. I really felt your love for each other and the strength of your belief in God to help you through. I think you did a marvellous job as his wife, caregiver and support person. I have found the ongoing entries you’ve made in your journal since Phil’s passing to be particularly helpful as I have so often struggled too on the up and down see-saw of emotions that grief and loss create with us.” ~ Karen L.


“I started reading your book at 10 p.m. one night last week and finished it at 2 in the morning. As much as your and Phil’s story moved me, it was learning more about you as a person that has stayed with me. Your journey through your body disorder has left a lasting impression on me and made me look at my own hangs ups. I have always looked at you and seen a beautiful, talented woman with everything. To hear where you have come from makes me believe I can get there too.” ~ Janice


“On behalf of the Prime Minister, Hon John Key, I write to thank you for sending Mr. Key a copy of your book Unplanned Journey, the journey of your husband Phil’s illness, and your own journey from grief to recovery following his death. Thank you again for writing. Mr. Key appreciated receiving your letter and the opportunity to read your very moving journal.” ~ Jennifer S.


“It is fair to observe that I am a pretty hard old guy whose life experiences have made me emotionless and self contained. It was such a surprise then that as I listened and watched your story, to find myself in tears. I admit to being very confused at the dichotomy of emotions; complete and utter grief for your loss, mixed with admiration for the life, values and strengths you have today. Tanya, without a doubt you are one of the most courageous and inspiring individuals to come into my life.” ~Brian H.


“I am writing to tell you how much I enjoyed reading your book Unplanned Journey. I came across it at our bible book store shortly after my husband was diagnosed with Leukemia (AML). We are in our early 40’s with 4 children ages 9 to 14. It’s been a tough battle for us . . . We know that Jim will be healed in heaven if not on earth, but walking the path is so hard. I appreciated you sharing your emotions . . . It gave me permission to let mine out as well and not be afraid to feel. It’s good to see how well you are doing. It gives me hope that things can look brighter for us some day as well.” ~Kyla

  

COPYRIGHT © 2020 TANYA  Privacy Policy | Terms of Service