1. What is Amosho?
Amosho is joyful self care and innovative group coaching for those with mild depression and anxiety. It is not meant to replace other modalities, such as talk therapy, however it may be able to complement them.
It’s an online community, or team, of people looking to prioritize our mental and emotional health and fitness just same way our world prioritizes physical health and fitness.
These workshops, groups, and courses help you with the chronic blahs and emotional fatigue that is all too common these days. That feeling that life is all too often extra heavy — like you’re going uphill, through a fog, or against a headwind. If that’s a consistent feeling in your life, Amosho may be of use.
Amosho helps with worries and fears that hold you back. If mild anxiety is a consistent, recurring experience in your life, this community, the programs, and group coaching may be of use to you.
2. What are the values and vision?
Community, practice, and long term growth form the foundation. We also all tend to be looking for things like meaning, joy, connection, and a real sense of making progress.
Strategically, there’s incredible power in taking baby steps consistently over a long period of time — especially those baby steps that feel good AND require effort. Additionally, there is unmatched power in other people for energy, safety, support, and mutual learning and inspiration. The principles of Amosho also include the deep importance of risk and stretching.
The aspirations are high, including freedom, love, and happiness. The basics are inclusivity, kindness, authenticity, risk, and dedication to growth and change.
3. Can I achieve my wildest dreams with Amosho?
Maybe. If the journey towards your dreams is loving and energizing, then yeah, you kind of already have. There also may be a great deal of freedom found in simply being, of working to let go and deeply embracing all that is “average” about you and your life.
So, too, is there dazzling, heartfelt beauty in seeking truth and taking real risks based on our core values, and living our lives based on what is resonantly meaningful and truly important.
4. Is this therapy?
No. Therapy is, or can be, great. Everyone should try it. But, the work here is not therapy. Therapy would be done in addition to being part of the Amosho community. Amosho is about building community of like-minded people who want to put their mental and emotional health and fitness on par with their physical health and fitness in a very “everyday” kind of way.
5. What programs do you offer and what is the format? How does it work? How much does it cost?
See more on this page.
6. What will I get out of it?
At the terrible risk of boring you with this cliche, you get out what you put in. And, Amosho is fiercely committed to providing both a structure and a space for you to learn, grow, and journey to a new world (so to speak.) Freedom is both a breath and an adventure away, and Amosho is dedicated to helping you put in the work and find real magic.
7. Why the name “Amosho?”
See the About page for more about the name.