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Wicklow Woman Wins Award And Makes It Happen

The Make it Happen Event recently gathered prominent thought leaders and visionaries from around the world, featuring figures like International Entrepreneur and Business Strategist Pat Slattery, Financial Literacy Expert Sharon Lechter, and numerous award-winning authors, business mentors, and industry experts. The event included an awards ceremony held at Fitzpatrick Castle, Killiney, on September 10th, where Ashleigh Tobin from Wicklow received the Outstanding Achievement Award in the Holistic Services Category.

Ashleigh Tobin boasts a remarkable 35-year career in Ireland’s health sector, encompassing both complementary and conventional approaches to health and well-being. This diverse background provides her with a unique perspective on health, allowing her to adopt a holistic approach when assisting her clients. Her methodology considers multiple factors simultaneously and offers sustainable solutions rather than quick fixes.

Specializing in women’s hormone health during their 40s and 50s, Ashleigh Tobin helps women regain their vitality and well-being. Whether addressing sleep issues, fatigue, or other debilitating factors affecting her clients’ lives, Ashleigh’s passion lies in enabling her clients to not only solve problems for others but also to live their best, most authentic lives. She encourages them to prioritize their well-being and seek harmony and mental space in their daily routines.

Ashleigh Tobin embodies qualities that many individuals seek in a mentor or guide. Officially, she is a hormone health and life coach, but she describes herself as “Kick-Ass, Kind, and Practical.” Her multifaceted approach to coaching and health advice, along with her supportive and empowering nature, positions her as a mentor who can truly make a positive impact in people’s lives.

To connect with Ashleigh, individuals can schedule a call through her website, explore her profiles on Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn, and access her free ebook on perimenopause and menopause, available on her website.

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