Because of the diverse training that Ruth Oliver has undertaken and the paths she has chosen in her life, she brings enormous depth and a wide perspective to her coaching and facilitation. Alongside the more traditional methods, it’s her wealth of experience as a self-esteem enhancement and conflict-resolution coach and meditation teacher that means her clients and participants receive coaching and education that is not only practical and applicable but also deeply insightful and life-changing.
She is accredited in international assessment methodologies such as Targeted Selection Interviewing®, the internationally recognised unconscious bias tool, and the Jungian-based universal hierarchy of motivation. She is also a fully certified Integrative Restoration® meditation teacher and trained under Dr Richard Miller, psychologist and yogic scholar of the iRest® Institute. These skills coupled with her experience as a yoga and pilates teacher, as well as expertise in the areas of self-esteem and conflict resolution, mean she provides diverse, experiential workshops with high educational content and practical application. Her workshops and courses give people education, tools and skills that address the mental, emotional, and physical aspects of wellbeing. The focus of her work is to enable people to live with more self-awareness and deeper levels of consciousness, leading to less anxiety, stress, fear and pain, as well as more confidence, composure, balance, ease, peace, optimism, happiness and success in life.
Ruth has become a sort after coach and course provider for individuals, groups, and organisations looking for long-lasting and meaningful change. As well as her private work, she presents at national fitness conventions in mind/body modalities and has implemented courses and workshops with such organisations as ANZ, Yarra City Council, ETH University (Switzerland), Melbourne Fashion Institute and Bunzl. The purpose of her work is to address the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects of health and wellbeing and to provide positive, long-lasting, and meaningful change for the people she works with. Read More