Caregivers “Self Care: Are You Putting Your Own Oxygen Mask on First?”

Caregivers “Self Care: Are You Putting Your Own Oxygen Mask on First?”

Lynn Bartrum, Integrative Life Coach

The Estuary, Nashville, TN


Life coach and energy practitioner Lynn Bartrum helps clients from many walks of life discover their innate wholeness and beauty, and become the most authentic and joyful versions of themselves possible. She knows that life challenges and transitions can be stressful. Lynn believes they are also hallmarks of a true hero’s journey, and can be the most empowering and rewarding experiences of a lifetime, yielding amazing personal growth and spiritual development.

Lynn’s clients are often drawn to her for her natural intuition, compassion, and openness, and they enjoy working with her because of the results she helps them achieve. Using an integrative, multi-modal approach that includes energy work, Lynn helps clients get clear about what brings them true joy and fulfillment, discover and remove blocks and limiting beliefs, get in touch with their own inner guidance, and start actually living and experiencing more joy, love, peace, and fulfillment.

Lynn lives in Franklin, Tennessee and provides coaching and healing sessions to clients nationwide virtually through phone or Zoom, and locally at her office at The Estuary in Nashville. Many of her local clients are participants in The Estuary’s Holistic Health Program, which offers services to support the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the chronically ill; these services are designed to complement clients’ traditional medical treatments. Lynn also offers classes and weekend workshops on topics such as self care, career change, life design, and thought management. For more information about Lynn, services she provides, or upcoming classes, please visit Lynn’s website at www.lynnbartrum.com.


“Self -care is giving the world the best of you, instead of what’s left of you.” — Katie Reed

Self Care is not simply one more thing to add to your “should do” list – it could very well be the most important factor that determines whether you enjoy your life or just hope to survive it. Come explore a variety of self care strategies and solutions and leave armed with your very own Self Care Tool Kit.


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