Pete Gable started his career in sales with a UK insurance company and rapidly rose into management. At 27 he founded a private investment brokerage, which grew to incorporate 7 regional offices across the UK. He sold the business in 1995 and “retired” to the French Alps to ski and climb and ended up starting a family. By 1997 he founded another brokerage in Geneva, Switzerland, which he successfully relocated to Hong Kong in 2008.
In 2012 Pete decided to leave corporate life and re-trained in the fields of executive coaching, therapy and counselling. Pete has a deep passion and enthusiasm for understanding “why we do what we do” and how we can improve any area of our life through personal selfdevelopment. He believes that we all have an innate deep well of knowledge, power and intuition within us that remains largely untapped, and loves nothing more than helping others tap into this resource, supporting them to overcome personal limitations and seeing them grow.
He is, amongst other things a certified executive coach, hypnotist and NLP Practitioner. In his spare time he loves travel, eating out, deep philosophical conversations and surfing the internet for the latest conspiracy theory.
Andrew holds an MBA from Yale University and was awarded the “outstanding student of the year” (1 in 50,000) at the University of Texas. After initiating over a dozen small businesses in Africa in his early 20’s he started an adventure travel company, which the New York Times called the “the most respected in the field”. For 25 years he coached and mentored hundreds of employees, and skillfully built and navigated his business until it was sold in 2011.
Andrew now teaches yoga and mindfulness meditation in workshops and retreats around the world. He holds the highest certifications with the Yoga Alliance and facilitates teacher trainings in his hometown of Encinitas, California.
Andrew is a perpetual student of life, having traveled throughout Asia, Africa, the Americas, the Middle East and Europe. He has extensively studied the philosophies of Buddhism and Yoga, and enjoys sharing his discoveries and practices in both of these arts/sciences. Andrew is a life-long competitive athlete and continues to stay in top shape in order to play with his granddaughter.
An American by birth and a global citizen by choice, Troy has enjoyed an eclectic and free-spirited life that includes a career as an entrepreneur—investing in small businesses, founding healing centers in Asia, and establishing yoga studios in the US. Currently, he owns and operates The School of Sacred Arts, offering teacher trainings and retreats around the world.
Having traveled the globe absorbing and studying human cultures, in particular their spiritual belief systems, Troy has always looked for the universal essence in the way humans connect with higher consciousness. Whether it be long Buddhist meditation retreats, deep immersions in shamanic ceremonies, or solo wilderness vision quests, they’ve brought him to the same observation: “At a certain point in our evolution, it becomes obvious that we are here to serve all beings who cross our path, in the best way we can, in every moment possible”.
Viewing TeamUp Triads as “high-minded and heartfelt conversations” that he hosts, Troy brings warmth, wisdom, humor, and a deep respect for all involved into both his group work and private coaching.
After graduating from the University of Florida, USA, with a Master’s in International Business, Brandon helped start and grow a highly successful international non-profit organization focused on sustainable development. In that organization, he served numerous roles including Interim Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer.
After six years of service, he started his own company which specializes in helping small to medium-sized mission-driven organizations improve their business operations both in the US and abroad.
Brandon is passionate about the world’s spiritual and cultural traditions and has dedicated a significant amount of time to studying and practicing at meditation retreat centers, yoga schools, and ceremonial communities around the world. Brandon enjoys meditation, yoga, traveling, learning new languages, snow skiing, rock climbing, hiking and spending time with his friends and family.
Sarah is originally from Australia, and has been living abroad in Asia and Europe since 2003. Upon graduating from a Combined Bachelors of Law and Finance, she spent the first few years working as a banking lawyer and corporate finance executive in Australia and China, in global professional services firms such as KPMG.
Most recently, Sarah has translated her skills to working with organisations that share her passion for personal development and human connection. She currently directs the operations of a non-profit social enterprise that uses experiential education to inspire, engage and empower people all over the world, and has previously led development volunteering programs for young adults in Asia and Africa. She is also a certified yoga teacher, and delights in sharing the practice of yoga, on and off the mat.
Sarah is excited to explore what mindfulness means to others, and her curiosity, sensitivity and empathy allow people to feel safe in opening up and exploring deep issues. She feels privileged to be a witness to the authentic interactions and revelations that occur in the TeamUp space.
Luise Jørgensen, originally from Denmark and Mexico, holds a BA in Anthropology and Media and a MA in Creative Production. She has worked in the media industry, co-founded a not-for-profit supporting young people in creative expression, and started her own business. In the meantime, life brought her to Asia where she went deeper on her inner journey immersing herself into qi gong, mindfulness and meditative practices.
Her multicultural background, her varied experience and many travels have shown her that in times of transition there is a big chance to grow and develop, but we need to create room and awareness for that. She is a compassionate and skillful listener, she enjoys supporting participants on their path and development by being present and holding a space for unraveling, vulnerability and self-reflection.
Luise strives to be as present in each moment as possible, and she is passionate about learning new things. She loves mountains and going on road trips, and her mindfulness practices include photography, dance and playing the ukulele.
Krista Munkres, originally from the USA, is now a practicing psychologist in Australia. After completing a degree in Psychology, she moved to Australia where she worked for Australia’s Child Protection Service. In this role Krista regularly made difficult decisions to ensure the well-being of the children, which was often stressful and confronting, leading Krista to begin her own journey of personal growth. With a passion for neurobiology and recovery from trauma, Krista continues to work with children and families who have experienced trauma or abuse and encourages and assists each of her clients to develop their own life narrative. She believes that with understanding comes freedom and wisdom to make conscious choices about the future. In both triad facilitation and therapy, Krista incorporates the latest research in psychology and neurobiology. Krista is passionate about self-care and connections with others. In facilitating Krista finds meaning in supporting others to find their true purpose and potential. Krista practices yoga and meditation regularly, and has recently trained in trauma-sensitive yoga practice, which she is excited to bring in to her work.
Nancy Martin empowers people to find the wisdom within themselves. She creates safe spaces that enable people to open up and explore the challenging and inspiring areas of their lives. Her gift is clarifying the muddy waters, especially in intense situations. Nancy uses her intuition and her sensitivity to pick up on subtleties that help people go deeper and break through boundaries; especially the boundaries of their own minds.
Originally from Texas, she moved to New York City when she was 17. After six years in New York, she moved to Sweden where she became certified as a Doula, a person who helps women have healthy pregnancies and births. Since then she has lived and traveled around the world including Central America, Southeast Asia and Europe.
Nancy loves exploring different areas of life, and her diverse experience includes running her own restaurant, founding a nutritional supplement company, leading personal growth workshops, facilitating women’s groups and teaching yoga. Her interests and studies include women’s health and empowerment, meditation, nutrition and other healing modalities. Currently she lives with her partner and daughter in a small beautiful village on the coast of Mexico, where she works as a doula and coach.
Ilka Burnham-King was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and has lived all around the world – however, she calls Australia home. Ilka spent many years as a news reporter, before becoming a senior advisor to Government and then progressing to Issues Management in oil and gas. After several years in the corporate world, the passing of Ilka’s mother left her wondering, and later exploring, what her true purpose was in life. As a result, Ilka took two years off to travel through Asia and it was in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand, where Ilka’s mindfulness journey began. Her old life as she knew it no-longer existed and she started to sketch out her new path – her real purpose.
lka now lives in Melbourne, Australia and works in the not-for-profit area helping communities reduce the harms related to alcohol and drugs. She also volunteers for an organisation that helps support and care for children who have been orphaned due to their parents’ drug use.
Put simply, Ilka loves humans. She loves to listen, to learn and participate in life – laughing is her specialty. She says nothing comes close to beating the feeling you get when you truly ‘connect’ with another human being. Ilka believes that once you go ‘inwards’ the true gift comes when that same person then connects ‘outwards’ – and becomes part of community. That is where the magic happens.
Originally from Paris, he started his career in the world of customer relationship management. With 10 years in marketing and a brand new pastry baking degree under his belt, he decided to move to Chiang Mai with his wife and daughter. Now, he’s enjoying life with his family and with the amazing TeamUp team!
She is passionate about the relationship between our bodies, our minds and our emotions, and how through mindful communication, whether with ourselves or through others, we can move beyond our self limiting beliefs. For 8 years she was coaching people from such diverse places as the Congo and Papua New Guinea to Belgium and Spain.
Her unique passion is Meditation in motion…a way of experiencing some of the benefits of mediation without just sitting cross legged with your eyes closed (although she does that too).
Ask her about her 5-month walking meditation in the Himalayas and Kyrgyzstan, or join her at a Dance Mandala where she is a certified facilitator and you’ll start to see how diverse the meditative experience can be…and wow you get to see a whole new side of yourself in the process.
It was on this journey that she met Gaston and fell in love and got married and that is what took her to TeamUp and the Asian Leadership Institute.
In her spare time she loves hiking in the mountains and dancing and singing…and if you’re lucky you might catch her doing all three at once!
Poncho, originally from Mexico, started his career in the world of marketing. Next stop Paris and his dream to be a photographer. As is so often the case, when you make a big change in your life its often not the first thing you leap into that ends up being your destiny and so it was for Poncho.
A couple of years later he found himself in London embarking on a career in yoga and meditation that would take him to India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and then Thailand. It was there that he met Gaston. Their shared interest in mindfulness and passion to inspire others led Poncho to do the TeamUp Triad. He was immediately hooked and if Poncho loves something he will tell you about it…hence he’s our Spread the excitement guy! If you have any questions about TeamUp or just want some free coaching advice about a situation you’re currently dealing with just drop him a line…he would genuinely love to help!
In his spare time he loves swimming and learning foreign languages, which is great for spreading the TeamUp excitement beyond the English speaking lands 🙂
Current practice he’s working on – being more present.
How’s that going for him? Ask his work colleagues.
Aaron, originally from London, spent most of his career in advertising and media enjoying the corporate world of late night pitches, endless client meetings, and always on a plane. Then in July 2014, at a music festival in Japan he had an epiphany. Why wasn’t he following his passion…and more to the point what was it? A good friend of his advised him to walk off the metaphorical cliff (resign) and start searching out his true passion. He travelled briefly, worked for an edutech startup in Sydney, studied Neuro Linguistic Programming, and spent quality time with family. In the course of this journey he met Gaston who was launching TeamUp. Inspired by what Gaston was doing he decided to do the Triad for himself…loved it….and trained to become a facilitator…and now he’s the marketing guy for a business he really loves!!
In his spare time he loves philosophizing, Quantum physics (he doesn’t understand it), yoga, fine food and wine.
Current practice he’s working on – Vulnerability… How’s that going for him? Ask his future wife…when he eventually meets her.
His journey to TeamUp started with him leaving suburban Holland for a marketing role at Unilever in faraway Mozambique! A shift from marketing to coaching led him to becoming the Managing Director of an NGO based in Thailand and responsible for the coaching of communities that were facing public health challenges like HIV and malaria in over 35 developing countries. It was in Thailand that he met Brian at the Asia Leadership Institute and the rest is history.
Gaston started studying mindfulness back in 2005 with the venerable Thich Nhat Hanh (one of the Eastern teachers considered responsible for bringing mindfulness to the West).
In his spare time he’s a juggler and extreme sports fanatic. Check out his blogs on Mindfulness and Rock climbing and his latest passion Free diving!!…Done mindfully of course 🙂
Current practice he’s working on – Patience… How’s that going for him? Ask his work colleagues and his wife…
Brian, originally from the US, is a trained professional psychotherapist who has had his own practice, advised governments and held numerous university faculty positions in both the US and Australia…
In the late 70s he set off to India (as you do) where, after a profound meeting with the Dalai Lama, he embarked on becoming a Tibetan monk and for the next two and a half years immersed himself in the ancient art of mindfulness and meditation. From Tibet he moved to Thailand becoming one of the first English speaking meditation teachers (you can just imagine the looks he was getting…)
In 1984 he set up the Asian Leadership Institute – dedicated to coaching Asian business leaders in becoming more mindful, compassionate and inspiring leaders. Over 30 years he and the other coaches of our Institute have been using these techniques to transform both the professional and personal lives of 1000s of senior executives with a particular focus on multinationals and financial institutions (places where high stress and rapid change are endemic)
In 2012 Gaston joined his team. Transforming the lives of senior executives was one thing but why not make these same techniques and learnings available to everyone and not just the few. With that, the seeds of TeamUp were sown.
If you ever get to meet him …or watch any of his videos you’ll realize he really does laugh a lot.
Frequently asked questions… Why do you wear that karate suit?
Matthias is a writer and management consultant living in Singapore with his Thai wife and two children. As a writer, he works at the intersection of philosophy and literature. His current project comprises two books respectively on Heinrich von Kleist’s novellas and dramas.
As a management consultant, Matthias advises corporate and government clients across South-East Asia on growth strategy, organization transformation, and leadership development. Over the past 20+ years, Matthias has completed more than 50 client assignments. His clients have included a prime minister, two ministers, chairmen and CEOs. Matthias practices gentle yoga and mindful walking.
Dinah Salonga is from the Philippines where she started her career in Information Technology. She has worked as a programmer and management trainee for Computer Information Systems at Oracle and became a database administrator for the International Rice Research Institute. She became employee #1 of Oracle in the Philippines in 1991 and worked in various capacities to work her way up to the position of Pre-Sales and Marketing Manager.
She discovered yoga in 2005 and realized its benefits both in her personal and professional life. She eventually became a certified hot yoga instructor and co-founded Yogaplus, Inc., where she strives to help people become healthy, happy and ultimately better human beings. As the company’s Managing Director, she is also responsible for the company’s over-all strategies and operations, and in 2007 she was chosen as one of Ten Outstanding Entrepreneurs by the Entrepreneur Magazine.
Dinah is passionate about mindfulness and how it can help employees perform better and feel happier in the workplace. Besides being a TeamUp Triad facilitator she also conducts a mindfulness-based emotional intelligence workshop called Change From Within. As a facilitator she is motivated to help others achieve transformation and she wish to share how mindfulness can help improve relationships, increase self-awareness and contribute to an over-all feeling of happiness and contentment.
Josh Morris, originally from the USA, graduated from Princeton University and has been working in Thailand since 1999. He is the founder and director of Chiang Mai Rock Climbing Adventures. Josh’s hard work and commitment has helped to foster a strong rock climbing community, which includes two national team members and a medal winner at the recent Asian Indoor Games. He works with organizations like JUMP foundation and participates with Grand Dynamics Inc., one of the industry leaders in team building and leadership development based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He is also a leader for high school cultural immersion programs for the well-respected Where There Be Dragons based in Boulder, Colorado. He works with dozens of international schools all over Asia as well as facilitating group events for major Fortune500 companies.
Josh specializes in helping groups focus on communication, teamwork, personal development and motivation. As a facilitator he creates a space that is very conducive to learning and growing, and he is motivated to help people develop and reach their own goals. Josh is also an avid photographer and has had his photographs published in Action Asia, Men’s Journal,Rock and Ice Magazine as well as many other catalogues and publications. Josh is the co-author of A Guide to Rock Climbing in Northern Thailand, which has been distributed worldwide.
Ray Martin, originally from the UK, is an accomplished coach and mentor. He has run several businesses and was awarded the prestigious Daily Telegraph “Business Leader of the Year” Award in the UK. His compassionate and challenging coaching approach enables people to discover and lead an exceptional life.
His own personal journey has been a rich source of learning and inspiration for others. During the last decade, he left his home in the UK for a nomadic life in Asia so he could explore and discover the wisdom held in ancient teachings and how this could be applied in a modern business context. He has studied with great teachers and explores his inner world daily in a quest for greater emotional intelligence and self-awareness.
This journey of discovery led Ray to launch his own charitable Foundation in 2009. Since then, he has run four marathons to raise over $28,000 for Schools of Hope in Thailand, an orphanage in Nepal, an Elephant sanctuary in Thailand, a children’s hospice in the UK and a worldwide cancer charity.
Laurence Gilliot is a natural facilitator. Intuitive and caring, she makes people feel at ease, asks deepening questions and challenges them when appropriate. She is passionate about the trinity of body, mind and emotion, and also with conscious communication, whether with ourselves or with others and moving beyond limiting beliefs.
For the past 8 years, Laurence has been holding space and facilitating groups in a wide variety of contexts, from “poor” communities in DR Congo, Papua New Guinea or Thailand to “rich” communities in Belgium and Spain. She leads transformational retreats around the world involving mindfulness, meditation, Compassionate Communication and Yoga.
Meditation in motion has been a common denominator in Laurence’s life. She completed a 5-month walking meditation in the Himalayas and Kyrgyzstan, teaches Yoga and is a certified facilitator of Dance Mandala, an ecstatic dance expression, where participants listen and follow the body’s intuitive wisdom. Since 2006, Laurence has practiced Buddhist mindfulness meditation with Zen-master Thich Nhat Hanh and she co-facilitates a weekly meditation group in Chiang Mai.
Carlota Simo Del Cerro, originally from Spain, holds a Law degree from the University of Alcala (Spain) and a Master in European Law (LL.M.) from the University of Regensburg (Germany). She has worked as mediator for a global tourism company, as a lawyer with an international law firm in Germany, and also as an independent lawyer.
In 2007 Carlota started working as an executive coach focusing on Leadership and transformation based on mindfulness and creativity. As a coach and facilitator Carlota holds a safe space for an open, positive and challenging process of transformation. Carlota draws on 20 years of experience from living and working in Spain, Ireland, Germany, India and China, which has given her a deep understanding of international contexts and cross-cultural issues.
Carlota is passionate about art and people. She constantly keeps learning, and she is motivated to enable people to explore life in all its variations. Carlota speaks fluent Spanish, German and English – and Mandarin on a conversational level. She practices yoga and meditation, and loves to travel with her family.
Garima Deveshwar-Bahl Garima Deveshwar-Bahl, originally from India, has a Masters degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge and a Masters in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She has worked with the World Bank and UNICEF before joining the NGO SNEHA where she spent six years.
She now runs a leadership coaching practice in Mumbai. Her clients find her genuinely invested in their journey and value the love, trust and focus she brings to their time together. Garima believes that in each of us exists an untaught, innate ability to nurture and inspire others. As a facilitator she experiences how powerful the Triads are by creating a space for open, vulnerable and empowering sharing.
For sixteen years prior, Garima worked in the development and social sectors as a public health professional. The most memorable of these years were spent doing grassroots work, learning to use Appreciative Inquiry in resource-constrained settings. Even with large-scale programs, it was the individual stories of change that stayed with her.
Michael Bartura is a practicing coach and facilitator with background in therapy, management and group work. As a facilitator he listens deeply and asks questions with just the right mix of curiosity, empathy and authority.
With over 20 years experience in management positions within the education, international aid, manufacturing and business development fields, in 12 different countries, his main effort in coaching is unearthing that which is similar, and lovable, within the multitudes of human experiences and reflections. He currently lives in the forest just outside Melbourne with his family and – besides his yoga & mindfulness practice – he joyfully fails to take dips in the icy river during the winter but still optimistic enough to think he will one day.
Michael is addicted to quotes of much smarter people with better language skills and loves to travel the fun way – which means meet people, try foods, walk up mountains and listen to local songs.
Poncho Cottier is originally from Mexico City. He has a background in business administration and started his career in Marketing for Procter & Gamble. Despite having a successful career in Mexico, Poncho chose to follow is heart and moved to Europe to explore new opportunities in the personal development and coaching space.
His own journey into personal growth eventually lead him to Asia where he studied yoga, meditation, qigong, mindfulness and eastern philosophy. After becoming a yoga teacher Poncho travelled the world for a few years facilitating workshops, retreats and trainings with a strong focus on personal transformation. He is now based in Chiang Mai, in the North of Thailand, where he works as part of the TeamUp Global Support and as a TeamUp Triad Facilitator.
Poncho has a natural gift for human connection, emphatic listening and intuitive coaching. He is fluent in English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese and currently improving his Thai. He combines his background from the corporate world and his studies in eastern traditions with his own multicultural life experience to support others in becoming more mindful and self-aware.
Jody Cicolini is originally from Australia. He is currently on his path to completing a PhD at the University of Otago, New Zealand, determining the involvement of the urea cycle in Alzheimer’s disease brain.
He left home when he was very young and lived in several different countries. Sometimes this journey was a nightmare; mercilessly accompanied by catastrophes, and at other times it was a dream; a gentle music connecting everything. During this time he found the opportunity to study natural medicine, psychology, meditation, art, yoga, Buddhism, science- and mindfulness. He has spent much of his adult life exploring and developing his own awareness and mindfulness practice, and this is where his passion lies.
When Jody finishes his PhD he plans to travel again, immersing himself in different cultures and traditions, enjoying different languages and connecting with new people before he starts his future project: to build a therapeutic mindfulness centre. As a facilitator he holds the space with kindness,acceptance and compassion enabling the participants’ growth and development.
Mitchell Gould is originally from New York, USA, but he grew up north of Toronto, Canada, and there he began his career as a competitive ice skater. He achieved success as the National Junior Champion in 1990 and represented Canada at several international competitions. After ending his skating career he began to teach and helped other athletes to reach their competitive goals.
He earned his bachelors degree in Physics and Physiology from McGill University, in Montreal, Canada, and he has participated in cutting edge research as part of the Canadian Aerospace Medical Research Team. Mitchell has always been interested in a variety of subjects. In 2004 he decided to become a chef and attended the coveted Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute where he graduated with the ‘Grande Diplome’. His experiences running the kitchen of one of the top restaurants in Montreal taught him excellent leadership skills.
Mitchell has been living in Chiang Mai, Thailand since 2008 where he earned his CELTA diploma from Cambridge University. As a facilitator Mitchell is motivated to help the participants improve their lives and achieve their personal growth goals.
Boris Alberda from the Netherlands holds a master degree in Business Administration. His career has been with Multinationals and agencies in various fields in Business, IT, Organisational Change, Investment, Innovation, Branding and Marketing. Following his interest he worked for I-NGO’s around the world for the last 5 years and is currently business development manager at Holland’s biggest NGO Cordaid, building eco-systems for entrepreneurs in fragile countries and creating income for the poor.
Boris has been an entrepreneur for 10 years starting his own business and supporting other entrepreneurs to start-up. From this place of experience and recognition, he became executive board member of the Social Business Incubator that supports through the lean start-up methodology the start-up of Social Enterprises in the developing world, with a focus on Sub-Saharan Africa.
Boris lectures at multiple universities. Although his business background, personal development is the core part of Boris’ life’s journey. He has been a counsellor and a coach to entrepreneurs and leaders. This and much more he brings to his TeamUp facilitation.
Fla Geyser, originally from South Africa, is an Inner Life Skills® master coach, speaker and writer, and she specializes in supporting others to connect to their inner wisdom to discover their true purpose and direction. She believes that self-knowledge is the key to personal success.
She has been living in Thailand since 2009. Initially drawn to Thailand in response to a deep longing to pursue humanitarian work, she invested three years as an English teacher in government High Schools in remote parts of the country, where she benefited hugely from living amongst the local people. Prior to living in Thailand, she acquired a degree in Architecture and worked as an Architectural Technologist both independently and as an employee in Johannesburg. She has also lived and worked in London, England, and travelled extensively around the UK and parts of Europe.
In her leisure time Fla likes to practice improvisational dance, theatre and yoga as well as running and hiking in nature. She teaches laughter yoga and also dedicates her time to furthering her ability to communicate in Thai.
Mark Allison was born in the UK, but has lived and worked in Asia for ten years. He is a certified coach and body-work facilitator, and he is passionate about the power of human potential to create positive change. He works with individuals wishing to discover their passion and share it with others in inspiring and creative ways.
He has a background in human rights research and advocacy, which gives him unique insights into the joys and pitfalls of working for social change. His clients come from all walks of life, but many work for non-governmental, charity or humanitarian organizations. He helps them to release the adverse impact of accumulated stress and re-connect with their sense of purpose and potential.
Mark is fascinated with scientific research, which supports a more ‘inside-out’ view of life where our inner state largely determines our external experience. By taking an integrated approach that harnesses the intuitive power of the heart as well as the analytical skills of the brain, he catalyses a shift in his clients that helps them release negativity, uncover their deepest desires and make their dreams a reality.
Aaron Quinn, originally from London, has nearly 20 years experience in the advertising, media and communications business. In 2008 he went to Hong Kong to set up the media operation for Colgate Palmolive across Asia and Eurasia. This gave him the opportunity to work with teams on the ground in countries as diverse as Russia, India, China and Turkey. He learned that there is no better way to truly understand the importance of non-verbal communication and human connection than when developing and managing cross-cultural teams in multiple continents. In 2014 Aaron resigned from the corporate world to search out the next exciting chapter in his life. He has traveled extensively, worked with an education startup, become an NLP practitioner and studied mindfulness. His passions include Yoga, Film, Quantum Physics (he still doesn’t understand it…), Muay Thai (amateur) and personal development. He is currently researching what it means to live authentically, and he inspires others to the same as a TeamUp Triad Facilitator.