TRIBE OF IKIGAI COACHES

"Ikigai is a life philosophy involving daily rituals, living your values, building intimate relationships, fulfilling your life roles and pursuing a life goal with a healthy sense of urgency."  


NICHOLAS KEMP - HEAD IKIGAI TRIBE COACH & IKIGAI TRIBE FOUNDER

"Get ready to focus on yourself and to explore the things that really matter in your life. Your Ikigai will bring you a sense of clarity, direction and purpose and it will help you thrive to be your authentic self." 


DR KATHARINA STENGER - IKIGAI TRIBE GERMAN HEAD COACH 

OMAIMA MOHAMMAD

"We all deserve to live life in harmony and balance. I can help you find yourself. This is my cause - to help middle-aged women free themselves to find harmony and balance in their daily lives."


DR. CAITLIN KIGHT

"As an advocate of lifelong learning and self-study, I seek to connect people with one of the most powerful and yet under-appreciated sources of knowledge to which they have access: themselves."


JULIE BACH 

"As mothers, our legacy can be raising fulfilled and positive children who will want to take care of our unique and beautiful planet."



FRANCIS CANTRAINE

"As an ikigai coach, I do not support an executive, a manager, a housewife or a teenager, but the heart and true calling of each individual."


SHIRLEY RIVERA 

"And I believe that I am part of a larger movement happening in the world – folks making sense of the world around them and their place in the world." 



RICHARD MURFITT

"My higher mission is to raise the consciousness of humanity so that everyone is living from their authentic life purpose and expressing from their true nature. I believe heaven is not waiting for us after we die. It is available to us here and now on Earth, if only we self-actualised."  


STEVE BEAUCHAMP 

"Nature has a way of showing you things about yourself when you stop, listen and observe what is happening around you." 



KATHY HENSCHKE

"I work with 55+ working women considering retirement but wanting to be “unretired” from life. The attraction of no work, reading, gardening, coffee chats, gym and various classes may be fun for a while but they have a sense they have lots more to offer to the world."  

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