Madeline Wade is a certified Master Somatic Coach with a private practice as a personal coach to business managers, people in transition and those working on their health.
She believes that in creating change or moving through a life transition the body must become an advocate.
She has studied for more than 14 years at Strozzi Institute, where she earned her somatic coaching certification. As a somatic coach, she helps people increase their effectiveness and unlock their potential by integrating intellectual, emotional and physical components into embodied practices.
Her commitment to her clients is to help them be keen observers of themselves and a powerful instrument to face change in the world today.
Her passion is guiding people to reach their full potential and live lives with joy. She supports them in identifying their natural strengths and transforming self-limiting beliefs and habits. She does this through deep understanding and relationship through the body.
Working one on one and facilitating workshops, Madeline facilitates cultivation of the self by bringing in practices of somatics, her 25 years of business experience, art, theater, and ritual.
Madeline’s clients state that they have learned to harness their power and use it toward realizing their potential and personal goals. With Madeline’s experience and passion, they have a guide to being the powerful person they are meant to be in this world.
She draws from her personal journey as well as 20 years of being a leader in the corporate world. Madeline’s notable life experiences include being the first woman journeyman cabinetmaker in the state of Virginia, having more than 150 jumps out of a perfectly running airplane, and spending four years in the United States Air Force.
She is married to Mark Mooney, also a certified Master Somatic Coach and Vice President of Public Programs at Strozzi Institute.