Art in Alignment…
“I realized after our sessions that while I’d had some business coaching before, and of course a great deal of actor training, no one had ever asked me about my values or what was important to me…” – Katharine M., theatre artist/teacher
Let’s face it, our society is not set up to help artists thrive.
Even professional training programs can leave artists ill-equipped to succeed in the “real world.”
How to support yourself financially in a way that is fulfilling and stable, how to manage the emotional fatigue of constant criticism and rejection, how to set healthy boundaries, how to build a habit of practicing your craft when you have a brain that’s not wired for consistency…
There are so many skills necessary to maintain a long, healthy, joyful career.
Together we’ll explore what a meaningful, fulfilling creative life looks like for you as a unique individual, and identify sustainable, shame-free support systems that help you achieve your creative goals with more joy and ease.
If you’re ready to take some steps toward a healthier, happier relationship with yourself and your creative aspirations, set up a free Connection Call and let’s get started!
“Incredibly helpful! I honestly felt so hopeless about the American theatre as a whole after 15 months of pandemic shutdown (and much of the subsequent exploitative attempts at “restarting”). These sessions completely changed my perspective.”
– Rachel P., costumer/content creator
Sarah DeGrave (she/her) is a theatre artist and creative life coach, passionate about helping fellow creatives (especially women, queer, and ADHD artists) clarify their creative goals, reclaim their artistic identity, and build support systems that help them take action with more joy and ease.
Her training includes courses with ADD Coach Academy, MentorCoach, Transformation Academy, and more. She combines her knowledge of creative brain wiring and effective coaching tools with her professional experience in the arts to provide a unique, holistic approach to helping her clients.
Sarah is also a certified Restorative Exercise Specialist, which has influenced her work and personal life in a variety of ways. Whether movement coaching or life coaching, she strives to help others reconnect with their own personal power through curiosity, compassion, and creativity.
Outside of coaching, she enjoys reading classic mystery novels, baking cookies, watching home design shows, and cats. She is currently based in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
“The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time.”