We make vulnerability a desiring leadership skill. We equip leaders with personalized toolbox to leverage their body intelligence. We create safe frameworks for change that your heart will be addicted to. We are two fearless women committed to empowering people through self-coaching.
Welcome to COR By HeartWorkers Community!
The Heart intelligence is...
A state of consciousness that is characterized by compassion, love & joy and that recognizes that everything is linked through language, emotions and body. It happens every time the ego fades away to welcome the reality of the being in its wholeness, applying a heart first thinking approach.
The intelligence of the heart can be observed in many ways, such as:
* Our capacity for empathy, benevolence for oneself, others and the earth.
* Our ability to feel and understand the information and needs hidden behind our emotions.
* Our ability to communicate and express our needs and truths with empathy and compassion.
* Our ability to adapt to change with a thirst for learning & inner-growth.
The intelligence of the heart is a powerful mindset for conflict resolution.
Make Heart Intelligence language accessible to all. Reconnect people with their emotions & their senses to change their mind.
Coaches, educators, entrepreneurs & design-thinkers committed to change the place of emotions & intuition in your decision-making process.
Heart Skills to learn by feeling.
Creating comfortable spaces for uncomfortable situations.
RELAX | FEEL | TRUST
"This program has enriched
my relationships and helped me infuse conversations with thoughtfulness & empathy
I didn’t think I was capable of.”
"Elodie and Aurélie are both exceptionally professional, generous
and very complementary. The training, which cleverly alternates theory and practice, allows you to acquire tools to learn to know yourself, and find within you the strength & resources necessary for your personal fulfillment."
“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift, and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.”