Sherman Oaks CA Life Coaching Productivity & Anxiety Guide Service Announced

Aviva Eagle, of Extraordinary Transformations, has announced she can coach clients to reduce stress, improve confidence and productivity, and overcome family issues. She is a master in NLP, MER and more.

Los Angeles, United States - April 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Aviva Eagle, of Extraordinary Transformations, has announced she can help people to develop, grow, and improve themselves through wide-ranging coaching. She offers a Transformational Signature Coaching Program to encourage people to break through their mental, emotional and physical barriers.

For more information please visit the website here: http://extraordinarytransformations.com

Aviva Eagle is a transformational expert coach and consultant. Her coaching program is rooted in the skills she has developed and nurtured, including Neuro Linguistic Programming, Mental Emotional Release Therapy, Hypnosis, and Reiki.

Through years of self discovery, along with learning from mentors and trainings, Aviva has developed the tools needed to achieve long-lasting change. Now she is sharing her expertise and skills with clients.

Through one-on-one coaching, she can help people to transform their lives. Aviva is a standing member of the Association for Integrative Psychology, and works hard to ensure that her clients can overcome obstacles, improve productivity, and achieve their dreams.

Aviva is a Certified Master Practitioner of NLP, a Certified Master Practitioner of MER, a Certified Master Practitioner of Hypnotherapy, and a Master Reiki Teacher.

Clients can get in touch with Aviva for coaching on a number of topics, including health, abuse against women, personal development, career and business coaching, family and relationships.

Through her unique skills and expertise, she is able to help people in numerous aspects of their life. This includes overcoming depression, releasing fears and phobias, cutting down anxiety, increasing motivation, stopping procrastination, and boosting self confidence.

A recent happy client said: “I came to Aviva with both emotional issues and some physical pain. Her non-judgmental listening skills allowed me to relax almost immediately. With intuitive sensitivity, Aviva’s insight enabled me to see through the blocks I was creating unconsciously, to get to the heart of the matter. She helped me see other ways of thinking.”

Those wishing to find out more about her coaching services can visit the Extraordinary Transformations website on the link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Aviva Eagle
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Organization: Extraordinary Transformations
Address: 2001 S Barrington Ave Suite 301, Los Angeles, CA 90025, United States
Phone: +1-818-903-0318
Website: http://extraordinarytransformations.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 503037

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