Welcome! I'm Heather Plett and I want to help you make deeper connections.
I host meaningful conversations, ask good questions, and offer creative practices that foster mindfulness and growth. Whether facilitating a major national meeting for city planners, hosting a retreat for an art guild or church group, teaching a writing class (online or in-person), coaching a client, or writing a blog post, my specialty is creating space for authentic connection, learning and growth.
At the heart of everything I do is the circle, a shape that brings us all back into connection with each other, ourselves, the sacred, and the earth. While my business supports myself and my family, it is also helping to build a school in Uganda.
What are you longing for? Clarity? Community? Comfort? Relationships? Direction? Ease?
At the heart of every longing is a quest for deeper connection. Many of us live disconnected lives, working in mind-numbing jobs to pay for things we don't really want to fit in with people we don't really respect. Why? Because we know no other way to live. Because the advertisers tell us this is the path to happiness. Because we've been taught to distrust our longings and our passion. We feel restless, empty, and afraid, and we don't know what to do about it.
I'm here to help you re-connect. I'm here to help you trust your longings, follow your passions, find your community, and be in right relationship with your God and the earth. Learn more about me and how I can help, and then let's talk.
Heather is a wonderfully skilled and creative meaning-maker. If you’ve got something bothering you that you haven’t been able to ‘figure out’ with your left-brain thinking, sign up for one of Heather’s mandala sessions and let her show you how you can access the creativity of your right-brain thinking and intuition to change your perspective or move forward. – Cath Duncan, grief coach
Heather has been extremely inspirational and supportive of my journey. She has pushed me further than anyone. She speaks from the heart and truly has a passion for assisting you on your own journey. I consider her an amazing role-model as well as an incredible friend. – Qualla Parman, student
Heather amazes me. Yes, her spiritual intelligence, eclectic experience, writing wizardry, and teaching acumen are astonishing but what truly makes her someone you must work with is her heart. It has been tempered with truth, loss, and committed practice, and she brings this depth to all that she does. Heather is the guide you want for your life. – Jen Louden, writer
Heather approaches coaching from a position of vulnerability rather than superiority or expertise. She speaks the language of the drum, cutting through the noise in your head to rhythm of your inner heartbeat, offering both comfort and challenge as she dances with you through the stories that you have let define yourself. Krista dela Rosa, business owner
In just a few minutes Heather invited me to a level of both creativity and deep thought that was invaluable. My brain is working on overdrive almost all of the time, so to be invited into an experience that provided me insights while NOT working so hard at it? Gift beyond compare. – Ronna Detrick, writer and spiritual director
As a facilitator, Heather beautifully maintained that critical balance of encouraging and challenging us while allowing the natural process of the expression of our gifts to unfold. She is an excellent midwife! – Jayne Van der Zaag, family therapist
Creative Writing for Self Discovery was a lovely class. Heather created a safe, comfortable non-judgemental environment where everyone was welcome to participate. The class was fun, varied, offered opportunities for health and healing and motivated me to put pen to paper. I am very much looking forward to the next session. – Ainsley Cunningham, communications manager
Heather’s work gives leaders a clear strategy on how to model creativity and ultimately create a culture that makes innovation and innovative thinking an essential part of the work. – Desiree Adaway, consultant
Heather’s superior verbal and written communication skills were definite assets that helped to build our knowledge about Public Relations; however, I believe that her strength was in imparting integrity and honesty to her students. – Sarah Maranan, student
Heather is creative, down to earth, enthusiastic, humble and knowledgeable about the highs and lows of organizational leadership. She conducts each workshop and training session with compassion and care, seeing each individual in their own right. – Rob Visser, former pastor