My name is Dasha and I LOVE decluttering.
OK, I know it's a strange thing to say in a world where according to UK research moving is more stressful than divorce, but I guess I just got that gene. The one responsible for loving to tidy things up and saying things like "place for everything and everything in its place".
I got it from my Mom. She is a master at creating spaces that breathe and function with ease. From an early age I watched her making neat stacks of clothes in the closets that no one would ever see to appreciate, labeling jars and containers, and discarding things that didn't serve a purpose.
Growing up and visiting my friends and family's spaces I became sensitive to how they felt, noticing uplift and joy in some, and weight and drain in others. I began to incorporate skills learned from watching my Mom and later adding my own sense of space while playing with transforming my childhood room and then my own apartment to align with my passions, inspirations, and vision. With curiosity and excitement I would jump at every opportunity to help someone else to create a clear and beautiful living and working space, all the while honing my sensors for what works and what doesn't.
Today I still get giddy and excited at the thought of stepping into someone else's home or office and beginning the process of transformation. Years later and I'm bringing with me yoga and coaching certifications, mindfulness and meditative practices, and years of one-on-one experience.
My wish for the world, for you, is to be free from stress and overwhelm of clutter. Your time is precious and a connection to that which makes you come alive, to your passion, to your purpose in life is priceless.
My mission is to free up as much of it as possible to support you in living your best life free from clutter.
If you want that too, let's talk.
People I'm inspired by:
Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus
" Dasha creates a space in her sessions where the soul can speak.
Each one of our conversations has ended with me discovering a new way of seeing things that align with who I truly am. "