Our ‘Warrior’ Disc Necklace is a collaboration with Transformational Coach,
Nicky Clinch. Nicky is the Founder of the Warrior Woman movement, whose purpose
in life is to empower women to become our most authentic and aligned selves.
mantra to inspire us to action is, ‘I honour my truth. I embody my power. I
commit to living authentically.’ Available in Sterling Silver, and 18ct Rose and Yellow Gold-plated Sterling Silver.
Perfect to inspire you to
make a change in your life, if you have lost your way | to reignite
your passion and build your self-belief | gift for a friend embarking on a new
message is represented by a disc necklace with the word ‘WARRIOR’ cast onto the
reverse, and Nicky’s symbol of awakening on the front. An inverted triangle
with the sun’s rays shining out, the symbol invites us to recognise the power
we have inside us, and bring it into the light.
she explains, “I know what it feels like to give your power away and not know
where you fit in this world. True healing requires a willingness to take
responsibility for ourselves and our story. The really great teachers show you
the power you already have within yourself. This is, and will always be, my
Nicky’s ‘Warrior Woman’ curriculum, she has created a unique set of
transformational programmes to help us reawaken our most empowered self. Nicky
helps us step fully into the powerful woman we were always meant to be.
a Mantra necklace is a little bit like having your own personal life coach with
you, all the time. It gives you a tangible reminder through the day of an
important piece of wisdom or life advice. Hold onto your necklace from time to
time through the day, and bring to mind Nicky’s wisdom.
Clinch is highly regarded in the wellness industry, with a warmth and
authenticity that stands out.
best thing about Nicky? She makes complete and utter sense. She speaks from the
heart and is innately spiritual, but delivers her wise and nurturing message
without hyperbole. She’s magical and yet grounded. Her work is powerful,
important and necessary.”
RUSHTON – DIRECTOR OF PSYCHOLOGIES MAGAZINE
Read more | www.nickyclinch.com