We had the good fortune of connecting with Céline SAUVET and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Céline, can you tell us more about your background and the role it’s played in shaping who you are today?
I’m French, I grew up in a multi-cultural town near Paris, in a middle-class, hardworking family. I’m grateful my parents gave me opportunities to learn a foreign language when I was just a kid (at the time it was far less common than now) and that they have instilled in me the importance of an impeccable work ethic, the sense of responsibilities and the ability to determine priorities in life.
What should our readers know about your business?
I am a French (American trained) certified dating and relationship coach, consultant, mentor and life coach. I am also a Divine energy healer, mentor and Priestess, a trained creativity facilitator and a licensed dance facilitator. My unique approach is at the core the method I teach, and centers on energy work with a specialization on women’s energy centers and untapped strengths, mindset, love skills, creativity and Goddess spirituality.
I am also an international speaker, workshop facilitator, and retreat leader who loves to collaborate with other entrepreneurs and participate in Soul-aligned events such as festivals, conferences, fairs in wellness, creative, cultural, spiritual and/or metaphysical contexts,
I am most excited about how the Universe brings me the exact clients to work with, to create high-end, transformational containers, and to humbly contribute to changing the lives of those who trust me and themselves and are ready to quantum leap in their life, the way I do too!
I got where I am today by starting my company when we moved from Belgium to the USA. It wasn’t easy and it was super scary to start a business, especially abroad! I overcame challenges by doing tons of inner and shadow work, using the tools I give my clients, and by trusting in the Divine.
The lessons I’ve learnt along the ways are many: start where you’re at and with what you’ve got, revisit your vision regularly and check if it is still aligned with you (do not follow someone else’s dream), take great care of yourself and what matters to you,
What I’d love the world to know is that we can heal, overcome trauma and difficult situations thanks to the greatest energy on Earth: Love. I believe that a healthy, romantic love life helps tremendously birth happy children who are the next generation.
I also want people to know that it is possible to have it all: a career that gives you purpose AND a love life that lasts and is better than you had dreamt it! There are so few examples of healthy, loving and fulfilling long-term relationships that it is a must to look for someone who is walking the talk to get help in reaching your love goals!
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
Sure-Houston has so much to offer!
We could start with an energizing smoothie (at A Moveable Feast® or Doshi House), then head for a walk and see the animals at Hermann Park. Then we could visit a museum (Czech Center Museum Houston or The Jung Center, the Houston Museum of African American Culture or the Asia Society Texas Center).
For lunch, a stop at Green Seeds Vegan or Trendy Vegan. then pampering our bodies (at the Four Seasons Hotel Houston, Gangnam Spa Healing Paradise or a hammam) and then a bit of secondhand books shopping at Half-Price Books before having “gouter” (French word for afternoon snack kids have after school- a tradition that many adults still keep alive as their fourth meal!), stopping at Proud Pie or Sweet Paris and perhaps then heading to The Path of Tea to indulge in a nice cuppa! (England is my heartland!).
Then we could go see the city murals, do some geocaching or explore labyrinths for a bit of spiritual connection!
Dinner could be at the cosy Hobbit Cafe or at Traveler’s Table.
Then of course, when in Houston, better enjoy its night time fun, with a show at the Miller Outdoor Theatre, going to the drive-in theater or attending a concert at Houston Civic Symphony.
Of course, all these are just possibilities and would be happy to hear my friend’s suggestions and we would adapt to our needs-a day with a friend does not need to be jammed-packed with activities, but especially if friend is coming from out of town, state or is travelling internationally, you want to have quite a lot of options! This is what we did as an expat family having friends and family visit (before travel ban hit).
This is also something I am familiar with because I offer VIP in-person days with clients.
The Shoutout series is all about recognizing that our success and where we are in life is at least somewhat thanks to the efforts, support, mentorship, love and encouragement of others. So is there someone that you want to dedicate your shoutout to?
First of all, the big shoutout will go to my husband and 2 kids, and also my parents.
Then my friends who encourage me and support me in the rollercoaster that entrepreneurship can sometimes be!
They are the people who truly know me at the deepest level and know all the hard work and sacrifices that are made to make my offerings to the world possible.
I am grateful beyond words for family and friends.