Melissa Jeffcott is a certified life coach, space holder, and workshop facilitator, who works with women in midlife who are in some form of transition, or are looking to bring more self care and wellbeing into their lives. Melissa runs the popular Bayside Women’s Circle, as well as various wellbeing workshops and weekend retreats for women and tween/teen girls. She is also a trained facilitator for ‘A Celebration Day for Girls’: a mother/daughter workshop designed to support girls on the journey towards womanhood. You can connect with Melissa via her website http://www.melissajeffcott.com and The Other Side of Forty and Celebrating Girls and Instagram @meljeffcott
I have written guest posts for a number of websites including Understanding Boys, Tiny Buddha, Champagne Cartel, The Mid, The Working Mums Collective, Blog Society, Yogamona, Inspired Coach Magazine, and The Sunday Brunch Magazine.
I am available to be interviewed if you are interested in featuring an authentic and inspiring forty something mum/life coach (that’s me by the way!) Previous interviews include The Weekly Review magazine and Multitasking Women, please click HERE to read an example interview.
I talked about reclaiming joy and passion on the other side of forty for the Your Next Chapter Podcast. Please click HERE to listen.
I recently spoke at the Beautiful You Coaching Academy Inspiration Day about the topic of Sacred Coaching, and how to connect with your local community through running events. Please contact me via my email if you are interested in me speaking at your event about topics such as: ‘Filling your own cup first: the importance of self care for the busy women’ and ‘Finding moments of joy & wellbeing in your everyday on the other side of forty.’
I have coordinated a number of charity events in my local area, including a film night in my role as an Engaging Women Ambassador for Good raising money for the Luke Batty Foundation. In both 2017, and 2018 I hosted International Women’s Day functions raising money for The Global Women’s Project and The Catherine Hamlin Fistula Foundation. I hosted a sold out screening for over 150 people of the documentary ‘Screenagers’ as well as a screening of The Goddess Project to raise money for the RAW Community Garden. I also regularly give Life Coaching gift vouchers as prizes for local events raising money in my Bayside community.
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