After spending over a decade in the Spa industry and then achieving her qualifications in Counselling & Life Coaching, Ingrid decided to amalgamate the two disciplines and invent an entirely new way of healing & creating relationships, for both couples and singles.

Interested? Find out:
 
 💫💫  How to relax, heal and enjoy your relationship
 
 💫💫 Why it’s important to create goals for a relationship
 
 💫💫 What is the number 1 block that stops people having great relationships
 
 💫💫 Why communication causes the most problems in relationships and how it can be quite easily fixed when you know how
 
 💫💫  How massage can create relaxation and intimacy
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💫💫 Why you absolutely MUST join the Menopause, Marriage and Motherhood Facebook Group (which you can do by clicking here!)
 
Listen to the podcast and find out more about this incredible woman and her amazing work in helping singles find love and guiding couples to creating true intimacy in their relationship.
 
Then head further down this page to claim your FREE 30 MINUTE CHAT WITH INGRID to see how she can help YOU.

Today's Guest: Ingrid Galloway

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Relationship Coach, Chief Relaxation Officer and Founder of Kahyangan

Ingrid Galloway is the Founder, Relationship Coach and Chief Relaxation Officer of Kahyangan®️ (means: HEAVEN), a wellness clinic in Sydney.

She has been a Relationship Coach for 11 years and a Spa Therapist for 21 years (mainly in Five

Star Hotel Day Spas in Sydney), so she is used to looking after thousands of highly stressed clients from all over the world.

She practices from Kahyangan®️ in Sydney and from clients’ homes, offices and hotel rooms, and Online!

Her work has always focused on stress, relaxation and relationships. She has a kind soul, always seeking to reach out to support the healing process for the many stressed people, broken/lonely hearted singles, stressed out parents and loving couples that cross her path. 

Ingrid does 1-1 coaching sessions, group workshops, and soon, retreats for the broken hearted singles and loving couples.

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Click on the links below to connect with Ingrid:

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