Welcome to The Rachel Kurzyp Show.
If practising self-care feels like a chore, you need to listen to this conversation I had with Jaci Rogash.
In this episode, we chat about:
- What self-care actually is and what it isn’t
- The difference between performative and healing self-care
- How to create self-care practices that feel good to you
- Ways to incorporate self-care into your day even when you feel like you have no time or money
- The ways self-care can have a transformative effect on your life
Jaci Rogash is a Certified Transformation & Mindset Coach who works with game changers. The big-hearted women who have experienced trauma or significant adversity in the past that still impacts the way they live their lives today.
Jaci grew up in country Victoria and is no stranger to trauma and adversity herself, having been the victim of bullying, sexual assault, family violence and stalking before the age of 24. Jaci moved to Melbourne and joined the police force, believing this would give her the opportunity to help others.
After realising the police force was not for her, Jaci went on her own deep healing journey. Through this process she discovered coaching and the benefits of coaching and realised this was her true calling.
With 11 years’ experience working in trauma enforced roles, dealing with sexual assaults, family violence, mental health, grief and much more, Jaci now empowers her clients, to move through their self-doubt, self-sabotage, fear of judgement and unhealthy subconscious patterns so they can discover a genuine happiness they’ve never known, reignite their inner spark and ultimately discover their true self.
Download the episode transcript here.
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