ABOUT SARAH

Sarah Griffiths is a divine creator and magic seeker. She coaches and facilitates others to reframe their beliefs, uncover their own mastery, unlock their limitless potential and create a reality that lights them up.

Sarah is better known to many as Wheelie Momma blogger. Sarah has cerebral palsy since birth which means she uses a wheelchair, something which she actively fought against most of childhood and teenage years. This steely determination served her well and saw her graduate from university, pass her driving test, buy a house, do 2 skydives, travel, get married and have 2 amazing children.

Her journey of awakening really began during her first pregnancy when she discovered bio energy healing and meditation to help deal with chronic pregnancy sickness. This was the turning point when Sarah realised her body and mind’s true power and ability to heal itself. She also realised that while we can’t always consciously control what happens in life, we always have the gift of being able to choose how we react to it.

Fast forward 3 years and Sarah has cured herself of a debilitating back condition and fully embraced her “Wheelie Momma” self to encourage others to reach for the stars regardless of any perceived limitations through her empowerment coaching programme “Mastery in Motion”

She’s now a sought after motivational speaker, she has an online magazine Wheelie Momma Life, is a Gentlebirth antenatal instructor and a published author with her first children’s book “My Mum’s A Superhero” while also working on her autobiography “Keepin’ it Wheel”

Sarah is also highly intuitive and uses this gift along side her empowerment coaching programme to open other’s hearts and minds to their own divinity, perfection and limitless potential

 

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When our kids fall down, get hurt, are scared or when they just need some extra reassurance, a cuddle or some help with a game or jigsaw puzzle... What do we do, we scoop them up and engulf them with love and affection, words of encouragement. Reminding them that they are perfect and we couldn't be more proud of them.
The biggest turning point for me and my mental health was when I realised that I could in fact be my own parent too. As great as my mother is, she can never fully see things from my perspective, no one can because they are not me. Only I can see and know my fears, pain and struggles so I am responsible for ensuring that my needs are met.
In the same way as my children cry, cling to me or act up when they want to be seen, heard and loved, my inner child is very much present and she surfaces in the most unexpected and often inopportune moments beckoning me to go within and tend to an aspect of myself I have neglected. The beauty of this is, I then get to parent myself and really listen to exactly what I need be it rest, fun, silliness or just to breathe and ease my mind. To remember in all ways I am exactly as I am supposed to be and that everything is just fine. When we can nurture the lost child within ourself in the way we do our children, even if it means asking for help our mental health becomes as accessible as looking in the mirror and we are empowered to maintain ourselves. That's the secret to success
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When our kids fall down, get hurt, are scared or when they just need some extra reassurance, a cuddle or some help with a game or jigsaw puzzle... What do we do, we scoop them up and engulf them with love and affection, words of encouragement. Reminding them that they are perfect and we couldn't be more proud of them. The biggest turning point for me and my mental health was when I realised that I could in fact be my own parent too. As great as my mother is, she can never fully see things from my perspective, no one can because they are not me. Only I can see and know my fears, pain and struggles so I am responsible for ensuring that my needs are met. In the same way as my children cry, cling to me or act up when they want to be seen, heard and loved, my inner child is very much present and she surfaces in the most unexpected and often inopportune moments beckoning me to go within and tend to an aspect of myself I have neglected. The beauty of this is, I then get to parent myself and really listen to exactly what I need be it rest, fun, silliness or just to breathe and ease my mind. To remember in all ways I am exactly as I am supposed to be and that everything is just fine. When we can nurture the lost child within ourself in the way we do our children, even if it means asking for help our mental health becomes as accessible as looking in the mirror and we are empowered to maintain ourselves. That's the secret to success www.wheeliemomma.co.uk #worldmentalhealthday #mentalhealth #empowerment #wheeliemomma #wheeliemommalife #author #authorsofinstagram #coach #speaker
Saying
Saying "I love you" and meaning it, showing it are two drastically different things. I'm increasingly seeing those around me speaking words of love and light but the energy behind it is anything but. I'm calling time on those who behave like A holes around me, delivering punches in a love lined glove. I don't care how nice the glove is, I can still feel your fist and it's not OK. The biggest culprit of the lot? Myself! Full disclosure, I have a raft of self love and mindfulness practices that I use every day and share with my clients BUT are my thoughts, words and actions always loving to myself? Lol Nope! I see the divinity in all others but often I only see the deviant in myself, the unworthy, the damaged. I can teach self love but all too often my actions are self sabbotage, abusive even. I don't nourish or respect my body in the way it deserves. I'm really conscious of what I feed my kids but I can sit and shovel my own bodyweight of chocolate down my own neck and not bat an eyelid. I let people disregard or disrespect me and go digging for my flaw that caused them to act that way rather than honour myself and call them out on it. Would I sit by and let someone isolate or humiliate my child? No! So why do it to myself, it's abusive and oppressive I happily pay for all services I receive in honour and respect of the time, energy and presence it takes to provide them but when it comes to honouring myself in this way I shrink and hear myself giving everything away for free or massively discounted. See the pattern? It's distructive and not loving, it's just not OK. I'm calling time on BS! From here on I'm all about discernment and consistency #wheeliemomma #wheeliemommalife #mymumisasuperhero #thehumanisthehero #selflove #actionsspeaklouderthanwords #masteryinmotion