About me

 

Susanne Rieger

 

Life Coach for a coherent life and happiness

Translator - English and French

 

 

How I work

 

When working with clients, it is of great importance to me to combine humaness and professionalism as well as enjoyment and performance.  My big concern is to support you with lightness and humor in achieving YOUR goals. 

 

That's why, in my coaching sessions, I attach importance  

  • to create an open and relaxed atmosphere,
  • to listen with compassion to you,
  • to have a mindful and empathic look at your current status,
  • to carefully identify the changes and goals you want,
  • to find together steps for these changes and goals you can easily put into practice,
  • to accompany and support you symp
  • athetically with your first steps,

 

and in my seminars or classes, I attach importance

  • to create an intense, relaxed and easy-going working atmosphere,
  • to provide professional and clear working material or documentation,
  • to give a clear and vivid presentation,
  • to use practice-oriented examples.

 

 

Some thoughts on me and life

 

I am many.  

                                

I’m a woman.

I’m a translator.

I’m a wife.

I’m a coach.

I’m a mother.

I’m a business woman.

I’m a lover.

I’m an artist.

I’m a daughter.

I’m a customer.

I’m a sister.

I’m a citizen.

I’m a niece.

....

 

And I’m many faces, with all its nuances. (*)

 

I’m excited – and I’m angry.

I’m full of beans – and I don’t feel like doing anything.

I show myself – and I hide myself.

I see the good – and I see the bad.

I laugh – and I cry.

I think of everything – and I forget everything.

I’m brave – and I’m scared.

I’m happy – and I’m sad.

I know everything – and I know nothing.

I’m curious – and I’m uninteressted.

I’m humorous – and I’m humourless.

....

 

In short: I am a human being – with many facets, with many pebbles in my kaleidoscope of life.

 

 

And even if life is badly shaken up once in a while, after a certain time of uncertainty and viewed in the right light, the kaleidoscope of life will again show a beautiful picture made of all these pebbles. As if by miracle. And for this, I’m grateful.

 

 

(*) I’ve noticed that I hadn’t no problem in writing down the positive things. As to the negative thinks, I noticed me having a tendency to attenuate.

 

                   I’m full of beans – and sometimes I don’t feel like doing anything.

 

What does this possibly want to tell me? ;-)

 

 

Qualifications:

  • Daring to Rest Facilitator (Trainer: Karen Brody - Daring to Rest Yoga Nidra Meditation Training)
  • Certified Focusing teacher at the International Focusing Institute, New York (trained by Ann Weiser Cornell)
  • Inner Relationship Focusing Levels1 - 4 (with Arno Katz, Focusing Trainer, TFI New York)
  • Barbara Sher Life Coach
  • Coach and mediator in attentive communication (in line with the Non-violent Communication according to M. Rosenberg)
  • Reiki Master
  • IT Translator
  • Graduate Translator (French + English)

 

Current Training:

  • Daring to Rest Yoga Nidra with Karen Brody

 

 Professional Experience: 

  • since 2018 Daring to Rest Yoga Nidra Meditation
  • since 2014 Focusing
  • since 2012 Coaching
  • since 2007 Learning coaching for English and French
  • since 1984 Translator and project manager, since 2001 as a freelancer

 

 

 

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