You will finally get the accountability you deserve to step away from old patterns and design a happier and more creative life.
Seraphina has worked with individuals from their early twenties to their early seventies. From working with CEOs, artists and entrepreneurs, to companies like Untied - Seraphina will guide you through vulnerable transitions and offer tools to strengthen confidence and clarity.
With a background in Sociology, work with TEDx, and experience launching, managing and organizing a series of small businesses in Manhattan and Alaska, Seraphina is experienced in gracefully and joyously getting people unstuck.
Need some accountability to step away from old patterns and design a happier, more creative life for yourself? Send Seraphina an email.
Partnering with Autopilot!
These past few years have been so incredibly challenging. I’ve found myself scrolling on my phone, sometimes for hours, without being able to pull myself away from it. Craving connection in isolation, craving safety, wanting to see and feel seen throughout lockdowns and a masked reality. Sometimes the hardest part of spiraling in those anxious, depressed moments becomes putting my phone down and choosing something else. And sometimes, making that choice without help feels near to impossible.
In the past few weeks I’ve begun creating content for Autopilot, a new app designed by two amazing humans, and my pals, Matt Bunday and Evan Stites-Clayton, to jumpstart daily activity through step-by-step guided audio flows.
So, if you feel yourself stuck in the infinite scroll or need help getting out of bed and off your phone in the morning, try clicking on this app to redirect your activity. I’ve designed and launched 7 new flows for you and I hope you enjoy:
- Brush Your Teeth But Make It Fashion
- Drink a Big Glass of Water
- ASMR Tickling & Tracing
- ASMR Tickling & Tracing Partnered
- Walk Out of Your Home
- Make a Cup of Tea
- Shake Your Body
I was a sad pile of sticky confusion spiraling into a vast nowhere-vortex of doom, when I decided to try working with Seraphina who said she specialized in getting people unstuck. After one test chat with her, I knew this was the universe throwing me a rope. Pretty soon a barren field of doubt drought sprang springy into twitchy tulips of unprecedented self confidence and belief. I started furiously and easily writing, drawing, composing, making movies, and scripting plays. Seraphina was there challenging me to do more and go deeper and be kinder to myself the whole way. I’ve never felt so comfortable being myself. The months we worked together were some of my most prolific and also successful. She’s like a ski lift up a cold mountain full of bears, snakes and police, you’d be crazy not to take it. -Rushad Eggleston
For the first time in my life, I finally feel like I’m allowed to identify as an artist. When I began working with Seraphina, I didn’t believe I was good enough. In twelve weeks, she held me accountable to move past my general passion for collecting art and photography to actually conducting my own shoots with professional models and integrating into a community that continues to encourage my creativity. Seraphina’s support naturally guides you to break down your own barriers. She inspires action and helps you find your own motivation within. -Adam Coacher
I came to Seraphina when I was looking for a coach in communication and connection. She has been a huge inspiration to me. Trustworthy and supportive, she was able to relate my habit of getting in a funk (and then being there for a while) to growing up in some variation of dysfunction, which I had never previously put together. Really helpful. -Anonymous
Movement, Sound & Connection Workshops
Want to book Seraphina for a workshop?
Seraphina co founded and developed Movement, Sound, and Connection. Most recently, she’s presented this workshop for Creative Mornings, The Artist’s Co-Op, The Ashokan Center, and The Dance Flurry. Description below:
We live in a world with increasing distraction and stimulation. Screens everywhere we look and yet we know that some of the most useful information comes from our own bodies. How can you listen to what your body is telling you? How can that information help you to be curious, present and kind? During this workshop, participants will explore techniques to prevent body disassociation and will be guided through new forms of play. You can expect a sensory journey of syncopation silliness, authentic relating tools, extended eye contact, interactive sound machines, exercises borrowed from EMDR, tuning meditations, pinky activities, and more!
To book this workshop, send her an email.