Zammtopia is a personal development company, based in Wellington, New Zealand, facilitating personal transformation for its clients towards a balanced, meaningful, purposeful and successful life via professional coaching, intuitive consulting, developmental workshops/seminars and other life-changing products and services focusing on intuitive and practical processes, delivered face-to-face, online (visual and audio) and in print.
Zammtopia is a Wellington-based personal development company founded in April 2012, that facilitates personal transformation for its clients, towards a balanced, meaningful, purposeful and successful life via:
1. professional coaching;
2. intuitive consulting;
3. developmental workshops and seminars; and
4. other intuitive and practical life-changing products and services, delivered face-to-face, online (visual and audio) and in print.
Zammtopia’s products and services are intended for people experiencing and/or expecting transitions in life such as but are not limited to, mid-life crisis, retirement, immigration, moving on from grief and changes in relationship status. It also provides support for those pursuing spiritual and/or personal development.
Its primary function is to support clients in their undertakings to achieve harmony of mind and spirit, through a better understanding of oneself, one’s circumstances and one’s environment.
10. Harmony of Mind and Spirit
Since its inception, it is slowly but steadily building its loyal clientele in Wellington (NZ), Australia, China, the USA and Europe, through its face-to-face and online services.
Zamm is an avid learner, a technophile, a writer and an author who has been shortlisted for her first book on ‘Intuition’, a highly recommended intuitive consultant, a qualified professional coach and an entrepreneur who happens to be intuitive and spiritual. She has a Postgraduate qualification in Business, Diploma in Professional Coaching, and is currently completing her Masters in Applied Management and Graduate Certificate in Professional Coaching. In case you want to get to know Zamm better, click here.
Zamm’s approach to personal and spiritual development focuses on “the bigger picture,” “our connectedness” and on the precept of us as “spiritual beings having human experiences.” Through this framework, the focus is on assisting people find balance and harmony of mind and spirit, which encourages discovery of a deeper meaning and purpose in their lives, and becoming the best version of themselves.
Zamm provides support for people who are feeling overwhelmed or isolated in life, and for families or individuals expecting or experiencing transitions.
Zamm is a very inquisitive, supportive, motivating and results-oriented facilitator of personal transformation.
Zamm has over 20 years of work experience in marketing, business development, training, account management and business ownership, spanning financial services, banking, marketing and advertising, real-estate, the arts, government service and spiritual development. Her employment and self-employment brought her to countries like Turkey, Iran, the UAE and New Zealand. For this, she has a clear understanding and appreciation of the different cultures, faiths and the personality, communication and learning styles through the diverse range of people she had met and worked with.
Zamm comes from a family line of spiritually sensitive and gifted women. After many years of denying her spiritual gifts, Zamm has given in to her calling and accepted the role of a spiritual guide to many people in New Zealand and overseas. For this reason, she founded ZAMMTOPIA.
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