Lynn’s Story

Hey there,I’m Lynn Chenier

It’s 2003, and I call B.S. on the nursing profession.

How I went from trauma and a “near death experience” to helping health professionals slow down & build a life they love.

Before there was Satori Health & Wellness Coaching Ltd and the Satori Radio Podcast, and before the powerful online program, The ProMind Experience…there was a woman in great “pain” trying to get her life back on track. 

 There I was, over a decade ago, lying in a hospital Neuro-Critical Care Unit. It was the moment when I knew my tragedy had meaning

My nursing career was taking off. I had 3 health care positions that I loved. I wanted more though. I believed a career as a Chiropractor was more stable and holistic than a career as an MD. I could get away from shift work and straining health care politics that drove me to working more night shifts than I liked. 

I’d been on a mission to secure funding for my next term of Chiropractic College. I’d like to think I was chasing a solution that came in the form of money, but I can’t be that naïve. I was chasing something else – something bigger than I ever knew.

There was nothing obstructing my view, and then I woke-up. 12 days later. 

At incredibly high speeds, my SUV flipped five times and smashed into a tractor trailer in oncoming highway traffic. Following numerous surgeries, countless units of donated blood, and a Rebirth at the hands of gifted medical professionals, I had to face the reality of my experience, beyond just the physical realm.

I woke-up! My first thought out that coma: “something big is brewing, and I’m not going back to my old life”.  

I had not been paying attention – the kind of “paying attention” that’s subtle, yet should force us to stop and think a bit about the course of our life.  

Eager to figure my way out of this mess. 

Desperate to heal myself. 

Scared to death of staying an injured helpless victim for the rest of my life, I took control of my mind and continued to connect with myself in new ways until I eventually settled a lengthy personal injury lawsuit. I got healthy again.


Allman Brothers Shows @ The Beacon Theatre in New York City, My Love For All Things The Grateful Dead, & Thousands of Tears and Mantras later…

I live to tell my journey over how I gained power over my body, and my mind, to live a well-intentioned & mindful life. 

Overcoming my accident empowered me and inspired me to start coaching others through the process of redesigning their own mindset & spirit.

One of the biggest obstacles I faced was to understand who I was and what my body could handle. I was faced with so many questions that I searched years to find the answers to – questions you might have faced yourself.

Why did this happen to me? What energy did I put out in the world to deserve such pain? Would I be able to go on adventures? Could I finally be a mother? Was it possible to still find peace in nature? And on a deeper emotional level, ‘will my partner still love me’? Luckily, the answer to all these questions was “YES”!!. Of course, some took years.

When I finally did get the answers, I was plagued with old bad habits of wanting to “go-go-go”… only my body refused to co-operate under those conditions. Can you relate?

It not only took years to search for the meaning of my answers, but it took years to adjust to the wisdom of my journey. And years to shift my own blueprint for happiness.

...I learned how to shift my reality, transcend my healing and stay present moment-to-moment.

And took a stand for something: to help you learn the steps to shift your reality, and transcend your own healing. Mindfulness is just not enough in today’s busy world. People need to believe in their ability to shift to a better place.

I discovered that my tragedy was not at odds with helping others through their own mishaps

My mission is to share my insights and deepened spirituality with health professionals & their respective workplaces throughout the world. Because the reality is…others are going just as fast as I was, if not faster – and they’re heading towards the deep-end. 

Are you denying the fact that you too might be feeling like you are “losing time”, and you just refuse to slow things down enough to create a shift? 

I too learned the hard way. This is what I can teach you: 

  • How to pay attention to what’s not working, to change your course of action.
  • How to slow down, and sometimes pause, but not lose momentum.
  • How to find personal significance again, and be in the moment.
  • How to actually shift you mindset, and learn to tune-out fear and uncertainty so you trust in something greater.
  • And most important of all…how to listen to your intuition at all times.

I personally took a stand to never let myself go too fast again! I can help you do the same.