OohMotherhood believes that you can benefit from a life coach for women. OohMotherhood promotes these coaches because they empower women and they understand mothering. What is a coach? A coach is a person that helps you through your personal or professional goals. It is a tailored plan made for you. You can learn more about each coach's niche below
Helping Women heal Mother Wounds and reclaim their Goddess Energy
Barbie has traveled the Motherhood path from typical to not at all typical experiences. Her life-altering and healing journey as Mom of a rape survivor and their ultimate Restorative Justice outcome led to her current path. Through a deep dive Coaching Program, Barbie nurtures clients through unpacking generational wounds and rewriting limiting core belief. She is an UNteacher of damaging messages and a perspective shapeshifter. Healing old wounds that bleed into new moments so that You can step fully into Your Goddess Energy!
Lisa Di Domenico is a mom, Career Coach, author, and founder of Lisa D - Life by Design™ Inc. She helps women who feel professionally stuck and unfulfilled get clarity around their career goals, overcome the mental roadblocks preventing them from pursuing them, and develop the confidence and mindset required to successfully bring their career vision to life. Having herself navigated professional dissatisfaction and burnout, she knows first-hand the negative ripple effect it has on your mental health, your family, and your life. Leveraging her education in psychology and 10 years of experience as a certified career counsellor, she has made it her mission to support and empower women to create a life they love through her coaching.
Nothabo Ncube (Dr.Thabo) is an Inspirational TEDx Speaker, Coach to Women and a Mentor to Young-Girls. Dr.Thabo’s story led her to meet The Media Mogul, Oprah Winfrey and she recently shared her life journey on the TEDx platform. She has been spotted on Global News TV, African Women's Leadership Network and on the cover page of the Canadian Immigrant Magazine/Top 4 Immigrant Women Influencers 2019. Through her dedication to make global impact, she was nominated by Women of Influence and Royal Bank of Canada for the 28th Annual RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards/Inspiring Group for the 2nd year in a row.
She is now on a mission to use her voice and story to inspire hope, empower humanity and raise consciousness for such a time. Her tragic story of losing her mother at a tender age led her on a spiritual journey which allowed her to unravel her purpose of helping women uncover their superpowers. In her coaching program she empowers women to turn their struggles into strength and their pain into purpose.
Rima Kamra is the owner and head coach of Lady The F Up. A business created by women for women. Lady the F Up now employs 13 female coaches and has become a brand that is tantamount to women’s empowerment. Grounded in the company’s promise to successfully connect personalized, tailored nutrition and training solutions alongside personal development and empowerment, Lady The F Up currently supports thousands of female clients worldwide in discovering confidence and self-worth. The company takes a holistic approach to fitness by focusing on gut and hormonal health, post-partum, overcoming emotional trauma, and many more issues.
Before becoming an entrepreneur and dedicating her life to empowering women all over the world through fitness and mindset training, Rima lived a life that seemingly appeared glamourous and perfect. It was after giving birth to her daughter that her life turned upside down. She no longer could live within a marriage that on the outside looked like a fairy tale, when in reality, it was abusive. She left, trading wealth for nothing – she no longer had a career. She had no savings, and as a result of ongoing mental and physical abuse, she had lost her sense of self-worth. On top of all her struggles, her daughter was also diagnosed with autism during this period.
Despite the difficult situation Rima faced, she chose to be strong through adversity and made herself into the role model her daughter deserved and a voice for women who shared a traumatic past and loss of power. From this promise, her company Lady The F Up was born