Living in survival mode isn't doing your family any favours.
It's robbing you of joy. It's robbing your kids of a present parent. It's robbing your loved ones of a fulfilling relationship. And it's robbing the world of your gifts.
Something tells me you already know this.
You know that something feels broken or disconnected. You know you were made for more.
But what is that more? What do you actually WANT?
Are you ready to SHOW UP for yourself and do the work to get it?
The first thing to know is... I have been there.
Years of infertility issues and multiple miscarriages left me depressed, out of answers and on the verge of giving up on being a mother.
Then, even once I managed to fall pregnant, I tried so desperately to make sure my child was happy and kept telling myself, "It's only a phase - this will get better with time," all while continuing to pour from an empty cup at the expense of myself. The internal pressure I felt spilled out into my whole life. I was a tense and exhausted mum, partner and friend.
In the end, spinning my wheels almost broke me. Postpartum depression and the illusion of control came crashing down.
I wanted to experience joy and fulfillment. As the tears dripped down my face, I decided that I didn't want to survive. I wanted to feel alive.
Inspired by my late grandfather who taught me the magic of mornings, I consciously began to redesign my life and say no to my old excuses one morning at a time. What happened next blew me away.
I started noticing a shift in my child's behaviour. I saw greater success in my business. My health began to improve. My relationships grew more connected.
Don't wait for a break down to wake up to make the changes in your life you've put on the backburner.
My mumma spirit is feeling pretty excited.. it feels like the unlocking of possibilities, purpose and passion. There’s a peace that’s returning, and a bravery that’s being ignited. And a hunger for habits that promote happiness. For a life that is characterised by simplicity and connection. Thank you, Tara
Mother of three
I resonate so much with Tara's personal story and she really gives everything in her inspiring work - from her book to her one-to-one sessions. She's crafted a beautiful mission to bring to light and life. From one mama to another, thank you.
Mother of two
After reading your book I got up earlier than my daughter (for the first time in 20 months) and I practiced yoga and meditated then repeated some affirmations and I feel AMAZING and so energetic and inspired today. Thank you for reminding me to practice self care before the world wakes up and I dive into my day xx
Mother of one
Qualifications and experience are both important aspects of finding a coach. Someone can study all their life, but without real-world experience, you may not find the right support. As someone who has both qualifications and experience, I also have passion.
I'm on a mission to help 50,000 mums transform their beliefs and show them that they can be deeply, profoundly happy and that they have the power to make this happen.
After experiencing the devastation of miscarriage, the emotional and physical upheaval of IVF, the trauma of a sibling accident resulting in a life-long disability, the grief and heartache of death, the independence of working and living overseas, the transitions in moving cities ALOT and the resilience in raising two young children while studying and starting a business, I LOVE what I do as holistic coach for mums and I take it seriously. I work with an experienced coach myself and am always engaged in further research, reading and training.
About T UQ
I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a minor in Psychology.
I'm a certified in Holistic Human Development and Meditation Therapy Teacher and received accredited training in Yoga.
I have a Cert III in Fitness and Nutrition, giving me an in-depth understanding of the human body and knowledge, skills and qualification to work as a registered Fitness Instructor.