Hi, I'm Alisha Morgan, personal development coach and creator of Reverie Realized
The name Reverie Realized is my fun and whimsical take on the concept of a dream come true.
I believe that if we don't like the way we currently see ourselves and our lives, we have the power to change if that's what we really want and if we're willing to work at it. I know that we sometimes need support to make these changes. I also believe that the process doesn't have to be all doom and gloom. It can and should be fun!
Increased confidence, happiness and enjoyment of life are totally possible.
How It All Began
I went on a retreat in 2014 put on by a coach. My intentions for going on the retreat were to finally move past the things I felt were holding me back, like shyness and low self-confidence. I also wanted to reignite my fire as I'd been feeling bored with my life and was lacking direction and purpose. I was also feeling down about being single when so many of my friends were married or in serious relationships. I left the retreat feeling like a huge weight had been lifted off my shoulders. I came up with goals for what direction I wanted my life to take and I felt empowered. If all of that wasn't amazing enough, I also met another coach who later introduced me to the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) where she had done her training. I registered with iPEC and that was truly one of the best decisions I have ever made.
I absolutely loved my training and this world of coaching felt like home to me (super cheesy, but so true!). I love everything about coaching and I'm continually amazed by this powerful process. The changes I've seen in myself and in my life have been incredible. After years of trying to figure out how, coaching enabled me to discover my confidence and gain an appreciation of my gifts for the first time.
I want to share my love of coaching with as many people as possible so that they too can challenge their limitations and create the changes they want to see in their lives.
This is why Reverie Realized was created.
I have been working as a physiotherapist for many years now. I really value my profession and appreciate how it enables me to connect with people and build relationships. Similar to coaching, physiotherapy allows me to assist others to help themselves. That's one of the main reasons I chose to do my master's degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto. Over the years, however, I came to discover that my true passion was working with people beyond the physical, on more emotional and spiritual levels.