More of My Story

Image courtesy of Arianna Bradford Photography

Image courtesy of Arianna Bradford Photography

Abundance loves to follow courage. 

Coaching transformed my own life 15 years ago when navigating several sharp turns and unforeseen life and career transitions. 

So did the practice of courage. 

A family death.

A devastating spine injury.

Deep loss. Deep shame. 

Learning how to walk again. 

Coming out of a few closets.

Shedding layers of limiting beliefs and false narratives. Cultivating a practice of loving my

shadows into the light of consciousness. Rebuilding. Rising. Rebirth. 

Since then, I have been dedicated to guiding others to step out of hiding and make friends with their own courage in ways most meaningful to them. Here's what is important to know though.

I haven't arrived. There is no arrival. I remain in the heart of the practice.

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Maybe you can relate.

Do you want to step out of hiding and into more of yourself?

Feeling unsure of your purpose and seeking clarity?

Or maybe you're in the heart of the practice and could use some intuitive guidance along the way?

This practice isn't a destination.

It is a departure gate toward all possibility. 

Everything we want--in any aspect of our lives--is on the other side of our courage. 

I'm here to walk alongside you--from wherever you are starting--to explore the landscape of opportunity together rather than call out to you from miles ahead. 


After falling and learning how to walk on my own two feet again, here's what I know for sure:

  • we can stand still, spinning in place. 

  • we can walk away from our purpose, choosing conformity or comfort. 

  • we can kind of settle and ignore the deep work of cultivating our clarity of purpose or of knowing ourselves.

  • we can practice our courage and step forward into who we really are and why we are here. 

What do you want to choose?

Every step toward living your purpose matters.

Let's get walking together. 




An intuitive leadership and life coach for 14 years and founder of The Courage Practice, Tonyalynne Wildhaber coaches individuals, leaders, coaches, and soulful entrepreneurs to make friends with their courage, integrate wisdom with strategy, step into their highest potential, and transform their success and life from the inside out. Tonyalynne is a frequent contributor to Forbes and Thrive Global. She is head-over-heels in love with the Pacific Northwest, loves iced coffee in all weather, and is attempting to train a dog named Ollie.