Our program personnel, coaches, and trainers are hand-picked for their professional expertise, their personal dedication to ongoing growth practices, and their ability to embody the perspectives and tools they utilize in helping Mindful Life, Mindful Work, Inc. and other companies to achieve their goals. For those interested in joining our team of 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.
Julie Fraser is a change leader who helps clients create environments where all people can flourish. She does this by creating safe, supportive and business-appropriate mindful experiential learning programs for leaders and their teams. Julie explains and delivers opportunities to experience the benefits of mindfulness plus effective collaboration, communication and performance coaching. A meditation and certified yoga and teacher, she also guides moving mindfully, taking pauses in the workday to regain energy, calm and focus. Her work guide clients to better communication, productivity, focus, innovation, influence, teamwork, and employee engagement.
Beth Crittenden enjoys working within the broad spectrum of financial wellness. The range covers
practical and tangible to emotional and energetic; between spreadsheets and empathic listening, P & L reports and identifying/practicing healthy boundaries, data analysis to deep, clarifying
conversations and improved relationships. She brings training and experience in Somatic Psychology, bookkeeping, small business consulting, coaching and communication support for individuals and
partners, group facilitation, workshop and keynote delivery, and integrated mindfulness practice. Beth Sharing a Mindful
Lindsey Hunt is Boston’s most playful mindfulness teacher, workshop facilitator, and motivational speaker. She is an expert in the fields of communication, emotional intelligence, present-moment awareness and thinking outside the box. Hailing from a background in adventure travel as a cycling trip leader, Lindsey brings an infectious zest for life to the workshops she leads. She has been featured as a guest speaker and teacher at Northeastern University and Wentworth Institute of Technology, and leads mindfulness-informed trainings for corporate groups in the Boston area. Lindsey recently published a witty, provocative book on money and spirituality entitled “My Brilliant Money Book: for Joyful + Creative Living.”
Marjatta Moimas' passion is to contribute to the well-being of professionals who work in high-demand environments, such as first responders, social workers, medical professionals and case managers. She also works with direct care clients and open community groups in the Greater Boston area. Her Gentle Mindfulness approach contains three essential elements: 1.Rest - 2.Resource - 3.Regulate. These categories include specific techniques and resources for nervous system regulation and stress management. Each individual responds differently to mindfulness practices and her guidance will allow you to have the agency on what works for you. Marjatta is a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher, has a BSW in her home country of Finland, and an MA in Mindfulness Studies from Lesley University. Marjatta is specialized and trained in making mindfulness safe and inclusive for all.
Casey Onder, PhD is a workplace psychologist and success coach for professionals and entrepreneurs. As a coach she empowers clients to pursue success authentically and in harmony with themselves rather than through guilt and grinding. Prior to launching her coaching practice, Clairvoyage, Casey worked in Fortune 500 talent management and external leadership consulting, with a focus on executive leadership assessment and employee surveys. She is an affiliate of Accomplishment Coaching with a M.S. in Counseling and a PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Colorado State University. Her background in mindfulness practice and yoga has a strong influence on her approach with clients.
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).