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Meet Ali Ringer of Recov.her.y Life Coaching

Today we’d like to introduce you to Ali Ringer.

Hi Ali, thanks for sharing your story with us. To start, maybe you can tell our readers some of your backstory.
Recov.her.y Life Coaching was born out of my own self-healing journey. In my early twenties, I struggled hard with Toxic Cycles — abusive relationships, anxiety, soul-sucking corporate jobs, codependency, sexual trauma, self-harm. You name it, I probably went through it.

After my on and off again boyfriend told me he tried to commit suicide and blamed me, I knew something had to change. I began doing all the self-healing things: therapy, CoDa meetings, yoga, self-help books. But I desperately wanted and needed a mentor, someone to really walk me through this journey who had done it before, hand in hand.

And I couldn’t find this mentor. So you know what they say about what you want to see in the world? If you cannot find it — become it. So about three years into my self-healing journey, I went to a creative entrepreneurs retreat and birthed Recov.her.y Life Coaching.

I immediately enrolled in a coaching certification program, started building my brand on socials, and figured out all the logistics of how I was going to start supporting women virtually in ending their toxic cycles, embracing their power, and unlocking their most aligned lives.

I am happy to report less than a year later, I now successfully run this business full time. Not only have I been able to create my dream life in the meanwhile but I get to support other women step into building their own. I’m constantly pinching myself that this is real life!

I’m sure you wouldn’t say it’s been obstacle free, but so far would you say the journey have been a fairly smooth road?
I am a firm believer that when we create things that are in full alignment with our highest selves and intuition, we get a lot of signs from the universe that make the road smoother. Sure, I have had moments of frustration or self-doubt but overall, the journey has been an extremely cush one.

The toughest part was breaking through my own limiting beliefs of who or how I had to show up to build a social following. This is important in having a completely virtual business but felt so vulnerable in the beginning. Society tells us a lot as females about how perfect we need to be BUT by ignoring that voice that I knew was not my own, I started to show up authentically and that has allowed social media to feel easy and thus, my clients find me and connect with ease.

Thanks for sharing that. So, maybe next you can tell us a bit more about your business?
I specialize in helping women identify what toxic cycles are holding them back from their wildest dreams. By unlocking this, together my clients and I are able to build a bridge from their current unaligned state (think the job they hate, a relationship that isn’t fulfilling, and life that feels limiting) to an aligned life that they know their power and begin achieving all their biggest dreams.

What sets me apart is that I do this hand in hand with my clients. Each and every client I work with gets a personalized action plan of exactly how we are going to achieve the goals that we set together. It’s not an IF they will achieve them — simply a HOW we are going to achieve them, together. From the initial goals being crushed, I ensure they have the tools to rinse and repeat for all the goals they will continue to achieve with or without me.

I am most proud of the cycles being broken by the women who come out of Recov.her.y. This is more than just the client and their goals. They now get to go back out into the world and be an example to other women, to other girls, for generations to come of how when you embrace your power and step into your most aligned life, nothing is off-limits. It’s truly magical to witness this transformation in my clients and how they shine this into their communities and beyond.

Currently, I am so passionate about this deep transformation that I am only offering 1:1 services. This is how I can work with my clients so deeply and create such drastic shifts in their world. Long term, I have plans to create larger group programs but for now, this process is 100% hand-in-hand.

What are your plans for the future?
Long long term, I would love to have Recov.her.y expand into something much larger. I am manifesting retreats, courses, low-income community access. I truly think so many women need to access what Recov.her.y has to offer so as I expand my goal is to make it more accessible to more and more women everywhere. I want to help women break through all the barriers!

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Lindsey O Photography, Chris McColl, Kelsey Pulver

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