My name is Judith and I travel and work remote from whereever I am, at that specific moment.

During this endless journey I love to investigate the different ways cultures view and express vitality, human potential and personal development.

I have received many nuggets of mindful wisdom along the way. China presented me with the ancient martial arts form of Shaolin Kung Fu, which I studied alongside the more gentle Chi Kung and Tai Chi. I have spend time in New York, during the first Women’s March following the election of President Trump. I have done mindfulness in Kyoto. I discovered the concept of Onsen, or nature baths, while I was in Tokyo. And during my stay in Barcelona I dived deep into a 10 day silent Vipassana meditation retreat.

Practicing these concepts has contributed to me living a more present and focused life. I know what it is I do and don’t want. But the interactions with these traditions also affect the way I work and do business. One of the things I have learned is how, as in nature, nothing is permanent. This notion makes it important to reserve space to change pace and course whilst working towards a goal. I call this way of working ‘agile’. There are many ways to reach the destination. No one way is perfect.

Do you want to learn from these ancient traditions, and uncover what they can add to your life? I invite you all to join me on this journey!