Clarity in Motion

Walking is when and where the magic happens!

The great outdoors is a wonderful space to allow creativity to flow and solutions and answers to appear. Clarity in Motion is a walk with a difference.

The sense of freedom in the outdoors combined with a powerful 4 step process ensures you leave the experience feeling invigorated, clearer and with a feeling of achievment.

Clarity in Motion is dedicated time to work on your particular project / challenge / desired outcome.  You’ll be given the space and tools needed to nurture your thoughts and ideas into fruition.

How often do you spend quality time on thinking, reflecting and planning in a productive manner? In a busy world this is frequently a rarity. 

Clarity in Motion puts you back in charge of route planning your life

  • Identify what’s really important to you and why
  • Recognise your previous achievements, successes and skills
  • Consider options, alternatives and possibilities
Group coaching

Why walking?

For me walking and coaching go hand in hand. When we set goals (choose a destination) we plan a route to get there and use way markers and sign posts to keep us on track. When things get tough it can feel like we are trudging uphill but when we get to the top (and reach our goal) the satisfaction is immense.

We can look back and reflect on the journey, perhaps seeing things from a different perspective. Along the way we learn new skills and build our resilience so that we can face life more confidently.

  • Walking changes our physiology which stimulates creative thinking.
  • Being in nature and beautiful surroundings takes us away from everyday distractions so we can focus on what really matters. 
  • Walking and being active has a positive impact on our well-being.

You might also like my Wonder Walks which simply allow you to enjoy a walk in good company without having to plan your own route (with a little bit of mindfulness sprinkled in).


What is a coaching walk?

Clarity in Motion is time out just for you – to focus on the important things (whether that’s work related or personal)

You’ll get the space and guidance you need to focus your energy and thinking in a strategic way so you can tackle any manner of problem / project / goal. You’ll be taken through a 4 step process that will lead to:

  • Clarity about what you really want and what your priorities are
  • Understanding why these things are important to you (so that you can remain true to your aims when things get tough)
  • Generating options and solutions to move forwards and progress
  • Setting a time frame to work towards so that you stay on track

When you know exactly what you are doing and why, this leads to increased focus and productivity and reduced procrastination. You can spend your precious time and energy in a strategic manner. Your motivation, drive and commitment will increase too and you’ll have a reason to handle setbacks rather than give up.

You will also have the opportunity to meet with other like minded individuals and the added bonus of improving your well-being through being out in nature.

This is a confidential process with no need to share if you don’t want to!

Find out when the next one is by taking a look at the events page 

Thoughts come clearly while one walks (Thomas Mann)

I took part in a Clarity in Motion walk after arriving at a place in my business where I wanted to make lots of changes but was feeling overwhelmed.

The structure of the guided tasks, the fantastic location and Rebecca’s calm and grounded demeanour combined in the most amazing few hours of realisation, planning, goal setting and motivation. I came away with a plan that I have kept to, clear goals and steps to achieve them, as well as an insight into possible pitfalls and problems that might arise.

Having time away from the office to stimulate the mind is well worth it and I certainly left with the clarity that I needed. The weather was also fab, the company was engaging and the cake in the tea shop was yummy. All-in-all a great way to gain the clarity to put plans into achion.

Deborah Hoult