Behavioural change made accessible 

The work is to stay in the game which  means staying awake to the patterns that run our lives. There is always a new stretch to make, some aspect of our life that needs attention. But that’s good news because its the kind of work that invites us into a closer relationship with what we value most and  then discovering the strength  to live it.

For as long as I can remember I have had a passion for people, conversation and personality growth. I believe we don’t just grow as children and adolescence , we can continue to grow as adults. The self work doesn’t need to be monotonous  and heavy. It can be a creative act when we embrace our ourselves with kind attention and when we have maps on hand that help us to understand and navigate the territory we find ourselves in. For more about me, read here

“The key is understanding what drives your patterns of behavior and then learn how to shift them to serve you instead of holding you back.”

Ken Wilber


Weekly insights

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I wasn’t expecting the coaching sessions to be as insightful as it was, I’ve been to a life coach before but it was completely different and your approach really tackles a lot more than I had expected.  I really enjoyed it!

Lisa-Pizzut Nel

A huge thank you Ryan Klette your time and wisdom is deeply appreciated. I learned a lot in today’s session and very much look forward to your next event.

Anne De Chazal

The more I learn the more I find the Enneagram a revealing and massively healing tool. It’s fluid and expansive, on a whole different level from the traditional personality tests I have known over the years. I must also mention that your passion for and knowledge of the Enneagram was evident in your workshop as well as our individual sessions, and together with your gentleness, sensitivity and deep intellect you make a great Enneagram teacher. I will definitely attend your future workshops and wish you the very best on your journey.

Stephanie Harel

I am a 2. Always looking to give and be there for others which is difficult at this time. Ryan very accurately and gently showed me – that now is the time for me…. to take care of myself! It changed my week. Thank you so much!

Martine Gerschlowitz

I like that there is a “phenomenological’ approach employed and that persons are encouraged to share and reflect over our “lived world’ experiences. I like that Ryan Klette functions more like a knowledgeable facilitator encouraging discussion of one’s direct experience to form one’s unique “therapy” of sorts. I prefer approaches that do not lean heavily on metaphysical ideologues and I am grateful that Ryan’s facilitation of this group keeps it real, down to earth and the work directly accessible.

Candice Austin

I have been attending the Tiny Habits: Balancing Instinctual Energies (3 part series) and weekly sessions on Developing Resilience, via Zoom, facilitated by Ryan Klette.

I would like to take a moment to recommend both.

Ryan’s knowledge, humor, and compassion has made these events a joy to participate in, and an ease in which to absorb, and more importantly, to apply the wisdom I’ve been gaining. His calm, genuine manner lends a spirit of safety and trust, so vital to an intimate discourse on a technology-based platform. Equally valuable are the short meditations we are gently guided through.

I am so grateful for these sessions! I hope to continue my attendance and that you will join us. We have the opportunity to emerge from an unsettling time more secure and stronger than ever.

In loving solidarity,

Sylvan Giacchino

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