Nancy Kalina - Safe Space Life Coaching

I invite you to . . .

Take a break from your day to day life.


Remember who you authentically are.

We live our lives surrounded by an invasion of the external world. There are always decisions to be made, daily demands, and pressures from the constant commotion that is life in the 21st century. We take little time for ourselves. We don’t necessarily spend time with our inner thoughts, yearnings and hankerings that come from within us. We may even feel frustrated, feel like life is not flowing and not know why we are frustrated or why life feels like a struggle.

It’s possible that the still small voice within you holds the keys.

Safe Space life coaching is exactly that, a safe space for you to remember who you are and all that you can be.

I act as a guide to help re-introduce you to your personal navigation system. It is within this relationship with your essential self that your journey toward wellness, energy, and living your best life can begin.


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Recent Newsletters

Recently, the National Museum of African American History and Culture opened in Washington, DC, to great praise and celebration! This museum got me thinking about the power of our stories. In the last e-newsletter, I began this topic but wrote about the stories that our minds will make up in the absence of truth.

We all love a good story. I know I do. I love a well-written book, movie, or TV show. I even love a great story that a friend shares over dinner. One of my greatest early memories of my dear partner Kim is watching her present. She was and still is an amazing presenter. In this memory, Kim weaved her presentation with story after story, enrapturing her audience for the entire time. Kim may not have been consciously aware of her power of storytelling. However, she knew that was what she and her audience connected to.

I have a confession. I used to be a major venter. Before I discovered life coaching, venting and complaining were commonplace for me. I am very grateful that venting is not part of my repertoire any longer. However, truth be told, I can still fall down the hole of complaining on occasion. After all, I had taught myself all too well how to do it. So, it takes a lot of practice and mindfulness to grow and change one’s behavior.



Bloom Magazine featured me in their August/September 2013 issue. The article covers my Caring for the Caregiver workshop. Read and enjoy!

On Tuesday, June 5, 2012 I was a guest on the Coach Me Caroline radio show, which is hosted by Caroline Dowd-Higgins. This show streams on It was a wonderful debut for me. Take a bit of time and listen to the podcast. You can download it here.