“Friendly, Perceptive, Inspiring and a True Guide”

Eve Wahn combines over 33 years of experience as a Corporate Commercial Lawyer, her own personal evolutionary transformation over a period of 30 years, with training as a Keynote Speaker and certifications as a Life Coach.

What a powerful combination! 

With a BA Honours from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario and an LLB (JD) from the University of Saskatchewan, Eve worked as an associate lawyer at Oslers, one of Canada’s most prestigious law firms in Toronto.  Leaving Oslers in 1993 was the event that triggered the start of a spiritual awakening that expands and evolves each day.

Over a period of 30 years and many transformational experiences later, Eve has learned there is far more going on than we see with our eyes and understand with our 5 senses.  Skilled in negotiation, drafting and creative problem solving, Eve is highly intuitive, spiritual and wise.  She brings these qualities to her speaking and coaching, along with an innate understanding and empathy.  Her holistic understanding of life goes well beyond words.

As an experienced Speaker and Life Coach, Eve offers inspiring and transformational workshops and personalized coaching programs for clients who are looking to align with with their True purpose and are ready to accelerate their results and create richer, happier and more fulfilling lives.

As you know, testimonials speak for themselves.

Eve continues to practice as a lawyer, was a volunteer Coach for the Law Society of Ontario (LSO), and continues to be a volunteer Advisor for the LSO.

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“You looked into my soul, and weren’t repelled by what you saw. For that, I will always be exceedingly grateful. At the time I wasn’t able to embrace such intimacy. Now it is a fond memory.”–B. C., theologian, USA

“’I used to live in a room full of mirrors, and all I could see was me…’ Jimi Hendrix. Then I met Eve… Thanks for your patience and perseverance.”–H.S., Toronto Canada