Brene Brown says, “You either walk inside your story and own it or you stand outside your story and hustle for your worthiness.”
When it comes to vulnerability, fewer people understand its role in connection than Laurie Proctor and Jean Masukevich. “Vulnerability within a safe community is where transformation begins,” says Proctor, a life coach trained under Tony Robbins. Her group work focuses on the idea that grace must be present in bringing ultimate healing in the face of shame or feelings of worthlessness.
“Above all else, we are loved, as we are, where we are,” adds Masukevich, whose own story has brought her to a place of incorporating yoga as a means of integrating movement of our bodies to bring wholeness.
Laurie and Jean started their own company, SOW that (Self, Others, World) in order to care for and empower individuals on their personal and professional journey so that they can experience freedom, integration and transformation. This is largely done by one-on-one, as well as group coaching. Located in the northwest suburban Chicagoland area, Laurie and Jean were trained under psychologist, Dan Allender of The Seattle School of Psychology and Theology.
Find them here at sowthat.com