Mari Lyles, Life and Relationship Coach

Mari Lyles is a Life Coach, as well as a Relationship Coach.She received her Life Coaching certification at IPEC (Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching) and her Relationship Coaching certification from RCI (Relationship Coaching Institute), two of the preeminent coaching schools in the country.

While serving as a Deacon at her church for many years, Mari was affiliated with the women’s ministries and programs her church sponsored.She began mentoring and counseling women there in the areas of divorce and abusive relationships.She takes joy in the changes she has seen in her clients lives, as well as feeling a great sense of accomplishment in her work. Mari is a great believer in conscious dating, mating and relationships, RCI’s trademarked method of developing fulfilling relationships.She is also a strong believer in spirituality, meditation and metaphysics.Mari has blogged for, among others, the D.C. Examiner.com; Selfworth.com; Pathjoy.com; Task-fm.com and Yourtango.com. She is also published in Alska Publishing’s most recent series, Adventures in Manifesting, under the title, “Love and Oneness.” Mari is a contributing expert at HopeAfterDivorce.org, FamilyShare.com, and LAFamily.com.

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