top of page
MIND–BODY–SPIRIT Whole Human Workshops

  • Are you tired, overwhelmed, depressed or anxious?

  • Angry for what feels like no reason?

  • Dealing with a traumatic injury or experience?

  • A chronic illness?

  • Have you reached the limits of talk therapy?

  • Maybe you just want to try something new?


Whatever it is, I'm glad you're here.

My name is Amanda Fletcher and I am a writer, trainer and breathwork practitioner with a degree in kinesiology (the study of human movement).

I have struggled with substance misuse, mental health issues, traumatic injury, traumatic illness and emotional trauma. On paper, I might be considered a mess, but out in the world, I'm doing okay, mostly because of a curated combination of the high-level coping skills – intentional writing, movement and active breathwork meditation – I learned in school, treatment and recovery.

Now I want to share them with you.

So, why these therapeutic modalities? 


When we manipulate our brains and bodies to optimize our performance, we call it biohacking. I purposefully created Whole Human Workshops to combine three of the most powerful, easily accessible biohacks I know to reinforce the mind-body-spirit connection and lead us toward a more fulfilled version of ourselves. 

Whole Human Workshops are available online and in-person; one-on-one and in groups; and can be customized to your personal and professional needs. Let me show you, your family, friends, coworkers and staff how to thrive using these simple, accessible and (ultimately) FREE techniques. 

Rates range from $25 to $500 per 90-minute session, depending on the frequency, format and number of participants. Special consideration will be given to non-profits and low-income individuals and communities. 

Reach out to me today to schedule a complimentary consultation.

Subscribe to get exclusive updates

Thanks for subscribing!

Image by Júnior Ferreira
Notebook and Pen



wooden human model poses on the table_ed
Image by Ahmad Odeh



Image by Daniele Levis Pelusi
Image by Greg Rakozy



bottom of page