Our pool of associate coaches and support personnel are hand-picked for their professional expertise, their personal dedication to ongoing practice and growth, and their ability to embody the perspectives and tools they utilize in helping Mindful Life, Mindful Work, Inc. and other companies achieve their goals. For those interested in joining our pool of associate coaches, you can begin the assessment process here.
Biographies and areas of specialization can be viewed below.
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Madeleine Pizey has over 500 hours of teacher training from all over the world, and currently practices and teaches in Boston, MA. Madeleine is a candidate for her Masters in Mindfulness at Lesley University, and also teaches yoga in school systems. Her goal is to help bring mindfulness to people of all ages and create a welcoming and secure environment for all of her clients.
Kari Sulenes has a passion for facilitating the development of workplaces and life designs that allow people to be their most authentic selves. Her experience in Organizational Behavior and mindfulness practice make her an intuitive and attentive partner for leaders, employees, teams, and organizations. Kari believes that showing up as your full self is a holistic endeavor and she strives to integrate the mind, body, community, and transcendent aspects of life in all of her work.
Megan Barnett works as an educator and coach facilitating the incorporation of healthy behaviors into her clients’ daily lives using nutrition, lifestyle, and mindful eating to promote overall wellness and optimal functioning. Megan has a BS in Dietetics from Kansas State University, is a certified yoga instructor and is currently completing a Master's degree in Nutrition and Functional Medicine at University of Western States in Portland, Oregon.
Mindfulness Trainer, facilitator and coach, Nichole Proffitt, has worked with small and large groups facilitating mindfulness based programs and transformation processes for over 10 years. Her passion for her work and her own personal growth are founded in the belief that mindfulness brings us closer to the truth. She sees her work with clients as a shared journey of personal exploration and inner cultivation. Nichole works with clients in private practice, teaches workshops, daylong and weeklong retreats and offers mindfulness-based programs at various institutions and organizations throughout the Bay Area. She has degrees in psychology and education, and is a graduate of the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center/Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior as a Certified Mindfulness Facilitator (CMF). Nichole is also currently in training as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP).
Pete Chandonnet brings over 13 years of experience as a leadership coach, yoga and mindfulness instructor. He assists individuals
to be their best selves and to do their best work, thus thriving in all areas of their life including their work. Prior to coaching, Pete spent 12 years working in leadership development and
experiential education. Pete has advanced Falling Awake coaching training, as well as an MS from University of Michigan and a BA in Economics and Political Science from University of