“When all you have is a hammer, everything is a nail” 
That’s the quote that propelled me forward. 

I was working as a personal trainer in a gym in Oslo, training high performers. My clients consisted of CEOs, Ambassadors, partners in law firms, high-level lawyers, and diplomats. All of them had fundamentally the same type of challenges, challenges I couldn’t solve with my hammer (training). 
I had a lot more tools in my toolbox that I collected over the years. From breathwork, and mindfulness to cold exposure and martial arts, deep dives into nutrition and psychology, tools I had used to work myself out of the health challenges I had faced myself.

Wanting to deliver a more integrated and efficient service to my clients, I quit my job as a personal trainer to start on my own.