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Caring Begins With Self-Care

Val Alino


Are you a teacher or a parent that is feeling worn out, always thinking of others and when you think about you, there is no free time left? In fact if there was any free time left, you are so exhausted to do anything anyway ?

In this conference you will learn tools of self care, reconnect with yourself, in fact never feel guilty again for putting yourself in first place. I will help you create a self- care program that you will constantly use and always show up for yourself.  You will even do inner healing and feel empowered to leave behind obstacles that are prohibiting you to be free from energy of others that are not contributing to your life. Lastly how to hear your own voice and speak up for yourself.

Join me as we connect with the most important person in your life , YOU!


Val Alino-2

Val Alino is a Life, Conscious Parenting and Spiritual Coach, and International Keynote Speaker with over 35 years of experience empowering thousands of leaders, teachers, women, parents, youth and children to heal, evolve, grow, transform, and unlock their full potential. She holds certifications from top institutions worldwide and is an expert in conscious leadership, women empowerment, conscious parenting, and educational project management. Val has been an International Keynote speaker in over 100 countries, owns a Montessori school in Atlanta, and is a consultant for Higher Ground Education. She has received numerous awards, including a Doctorate in Humanitarianism and the President’s Volunteer Service Award signed by President Joe Biden. Val’s recent book is titled “A JOURNEY BACK INTO YOUR HEART- How to LIVE in LOVE with YOU, YOUR LIFE, and PATH.”

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