The Greator coach trainers and authors of the inspirational book "Heart Over Head" are experts in vision work, meaning & relationships.
For many years, Christina and Walter Hommelsheim have been training coaches with absolute passion. Motivated by their own stories and life crises, the two went through numerous trainings to bring people quickly and sustainably into change and to more ease, confidence and success in life with the right tools and their whole passion.
As trainers of the Greator Coaches they live and love their vocation to lead people into the unfolding of their full potential - authentic, rousing and their refreshingly humorous way. Based on their concept "Heart over Head" and their book of the same name, they developed the holistic success method of the "lying eight", with which they accompany each individual on the path to a self-determined, conscious and happy life. At the heart of their method are lovingly conceived, profound meditations in which the old is released and the new is focused.
Do you want a happy relationship, a fulfilling job or financial freedom? But you're afraid to dream big? Then let us show you how to truly attract your dreams into your life through the power of manifesting.
Relationship coaches Walter Hommelsheim and Christina Grahn show you how to save your relationship. They are a couple themselves and help others to improve their relationship. Through communication back to being in love - So that your relationship does not fail.
"Life is a coaching session!" Christina Grahn-Hommelsheim has experienced many ups and downs. In her keynote, she shares, "We're like sitting in a cage of self-made thoughts and beliefs, even though the door is open." Find out how you can manage to leave your cage and finally live the life that fully fulfills you in the video now! "I have to make it on my own. I can't accept help. No one is really there for me." Negative beliefs like these plagued Christina Grahn-Hommelsheim for many years. She experienced a disturbing childhood and found herself in the same situation over and over again: abandoned and left to fend for herself. She suffered from a fear of failure and her mental health became increasingly worse. But one day Christina Grahn-Hommelsheim decided, "I need to become confident and start over." Find out what the specific trigger was and why she also wants to inspire you to boost your self-confidence and start anew in her moving keynote.