March 7, 2004 will forever be engraved into my heart---
“I witnessed my mom taking her very last breath! It was such an amazing gift to see, but a difficult gift to receive. Time seemed to stop, my body numb, my life seemed motionless. Death had taken over outside. I found myself drowning in a sea of darkness, staring at an image, a reflection, unrecognizable, uncertain, without definition, purpose, or movement. But at the same time, life was still moving inside. I had a new life inside of me---a baby, developing, growing; clearly defined with purpose and intentional movement. An intense emotional struggle took place on the outside, yet there was a strong connection of image, truth, and life on the inside. As life ended for my mom, life was developing for my daughter, and beginning for me.”
In a single moment, I stood face-to-face with death on the outside, while carrying and experiencing life on the inside. I was caught at the precise point where the external and internal worlds collide. I knew I had a decision to make. I could keep my attention on the darkness and stillness of death on the outside or I could turn my attention to the brightness and movement of life on the inside. This was not a life defining moment, but a life-creating movement. My mom’s death breathed life into the development of the Intentional Movement Coaching Series, H.I.T. Excellence and the Functional Core Training Programs, “t” Training® and Tiny “t” Training®
This unexpected and sudden jolt of life and death revealed this profound truth; that life doesn’t happen to us; it happens for us. It is all about intention; what we see and how we move will directly impact the way we live.
Intentional Movement is not just about the physical work; it is about the internal deep core work, the HEART work. HEART work is the HARD work. Our heart, like my unborn child, is the “life” we carry inside of us. It needs more than just our attention; it needs our intention; our love, nurture, and support to not just survive, but to live. This work is not for those who are content to merely exist; it’s for those who want to truly live life with joy, intentionality, and purpose.
Stacey is passionate and committed to teaching and training individuals how to restore internal balance and control when facing hardships, adversity, and/or life-altering circumstances. She utilizes intentional movement, coaching, and functional core training to empower and encourage individuals to experience a whole sense of being: physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and nutritionally. Stacey Siekman is a Certified Life and Intentional Movement Coach who empowers individuals to embrace, train, and live within their own image of greatness!
If you are ready to move in a powerful new way, I would love to hear from you:
"Stacey helped us come to know who we are, who we can become, and guided us into finding our true potential--both inside and out of the water, both athletically and personally by using our hearts."---Holly K.
"When I think about a life coach, I think about someone who coaches you about life. When I think about my journey with Stacey, it's been so much more. I look back on the times I've needed and depended on her most. She has been someone who helped me identify my worth, both physically and spiritually. While working to achieve physical well-being, she was teaching me about self-worth and helping me to develop an actionable plan to achieve my goals. Stacey has not only helped me think more clearly as a working professional, but has been someone who helped me maximize my full physical and mental potential and helped me to see that I am worth it."--Rebecca M.
"Stacey surrounds you with love, opens her heart, and makes you become a better version of yourself, whether it be fitness, faith, nutrition, or life coaching."---Angela W.