Sarita is a Holistic Pain Relief & Life Coach, Best Selling Author, Motivational Speaker and Energy Worker. She has local, national and international clients.
She is a single mum of two adult kids living inter-state and primary school aged triplets who she has shared care of with their father.
Before her health took a shortfall, Sarita was working as a nurse specialising in helping patients with brain injuries. She has always been intrigued by the way the brain works but after a car crash that ended her nursing career, she decided to train as a level 2 Reiki prescription and become a spiritual counsellor utilising her nursing skills.
Sarita then went on to study NLP. After that, went on to do Chronic Pain Management training and several other small courses to help with her business.
Early 2019, Sarita published 'How I Found Myself After Chronic Illnesses, And You Can Too!' the first book of her Love Your Pain Trilogy which contains part of her life and some of the systems that she has created over the last 20+ years that she has been working as a coach.
She would much rather help prevent chronic pain than trying to struggle to find a cure when the pain gets out of control because by then it might just be too late and there may be no cure.
Sarita has over 20 chronic illnesses, injuries and challenges but endeavours to live each day to the max. She runs a Holistic Pain Relief Coaching business and stays as active as possible despite having had a stroke, being legally blind and using a mobility aid to get around.
Sarita says, "Pain is not only about the physical. It starts off as mental/ emotional/ spiritual trauma and builds. If we don't notice it, it becomes too much for our bodies and we start seeing physical signs and symptoms that become even harder to manage. I know because that's the stage I got to!"
Now Sarita empowers her clients to learn about and how to love their pain before it gets to the irreversible stage.
At the tiny age of 13, Sarita didn't know what sort of life she was in for but knew it was going to be unique.
She had encountered one traumatic situation after another in her life and negative people latched on to her like leeches left, right and centre.
Finally, though, Sarita learnt what she had to do - the lesson was to step out into the world and look after not only herself but help everyone that came across her path. Her journey thus began to teach others how to be happy just as she taught herself.
Sarita developed a very "unique" way of looking at the way this world and how life took us mere mortals into its grips and challenged us to find not only a way out but to get out with a big smile on our faces. She has graciously accepted this challenge.
Amongst the challenges of domestic & family violence which cleverly lay amongst the disguise of cultural differences, being disowned from her parents, teenage marriage and pregnancy, losing her mother to cancer just weeks before 21st birthday, sexual assault, infertility, miscarriages, a decade long custody battle, the loss of dream career through a major car accident, bankruptcy, a multiple birth & interval pregnancy, giving birth to micro premmie triplets and several post delivery experiences that took Sarita to death's door but refused to leave her there, she grew.
Along with her, Sarita's spirituality grew and so did her uniqueness.
But of course, that wasn't enough. The universe had decided she could handle more so it gave her more.
Following a stroke and other very rare brain injuries, Sarita was left with no peripheral vision, minimum tunnel vision and decreased cognitive function along with short term memory loss as well as other chronic issues.
Sarita believes these abilities were taken from her not to make her "dis-abled" but "more" able. Able to see the world around not only from the outside but to truly "visualise", "hear" and "feel" it from the inside out.
Sarita is more connected to her spirit and soul than she was at 13 when she had her first vision of her future or at 17 when people would come to ask her about their future or even at 25 when she finally escaped the physical realm of violence and became a survivor. Sarita is now connected more than ever to her inner- child. Even more so than at 28 when she met her soul mate or when at death's door at the age of 33 after giving birth to three tiny miracle babies!
You see, all these situations that the universe had put Sarita through were all to do with other people. But now, these illnesses, injuries and more-abilities are all hers. She has learnt that even her financial and emotional journey belongs to only herself.
They are not dependant on anyone else in her life. They don't come or go because someone else deems its time or it suits them. Her "more-abilities" are attached to Sarita just as her spirit, soul or inner child are.
"It's my life and I have chosen to make it worth living. I can now help others even more to make their lives worth it too and I'm loving this fact!," Sarita claims.
"I can now, finally, CHOOSE how to accept these abilities that I've been granted just for me. Whether I choose to be positive or negative about my pain and how I take my physical changes only effects me and I am the only one that can dictate their relevance in my life!"