Ribbon-cutting ceremony welcomes WhiteLighter Coaching Quest to city

Photo courtesy of Alyssa McLeod, Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce
Attending the July 11 ribbon cutting at WhiteLight Coaching Quest in downtown Stillwater are, front row: Anita White, owner of WhiteLighter Coaching Quest, and Jim Herbert, First State Bank & Trust and chamber ambassador. Back row are, from left, Marty Foote, KLBB Radio and chamber ambassador; Pamela Brown, Budget Blinds of Stillwater and chamber ambassador; Joni Polehna, Mind Body Spirit Integration and chamber ambassador; Judy Berg, GoKids Day and chamber ambassador; Debbie Suennen Rickard, chamber ambassador, and Erica Oesterreich, Greater Stillwater Chamber membership director. The ribbon was donated by Rose Floral of Stillwater.

Local business owners joined WhiteLighter Coaching Quest owner and life coach Anita White at a July 11 ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of White’s new location sponsored by the Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce.

White started WhiteLighter Coaching Quest in June 2010 out of her home. As she neared receiving her advanced neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), therapeutic coaching and hypnotherapy certifications, she felt it best to move into an office setting and relocated the business May 1 to downtown Stillwater.

As a life coach, White helps her clients gain clarity on their problem and purpose, values and priorities. She brings a clear perspective on beliefs, values, decision and attitudes. During the process her client may find habits, hang-ups, barriers or addictions that are adversely affecting their lifestyle or well-being. White helps clients discover and develop strategies that bring focus, direction and accountability.

White’s experience includes 25 years in corporate contract management, supply chain, customer relations, residential real estate transactions, marketing administration and human services. Her clients identify, set and achieve personal and/or professional outcomes using a variety of tools and techniques. The coaching process is about therapeutic suggestions, guidance and helping client thrive, grow and find peace.

WhiteLighter Coaching Quest is located at 226 Myrtle St, second floor No. 3 in Stillwater. For more information visit www.whitelightercoach.com, call 651-329-5481, or email at anita.white@comcast.net.

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