We had the good fortune of connecting with Ali Ringer, Founder of Recov.her.y Life Coaching and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Ali, what do you attribute your success to?
The most important factor behind my success in Recov.her.y has been EMBODIMENT. Embodiment of the work I have done with myself, continue to do, and teach to my clients. Many of which say they are attracted to my simplicity, calm, and how grounded I am. In life coaching I think it’s SO important to hire someone who just not has the results you want in your own world (the business, the abundance, the relationship, the calm) but also the essence and energy you yourself are looking for more of. The beauty of embodiment being an important factor in my success is that I just get to live my life and be open and honest about it because it is simply WHO I AM.

Can you give our readers an introduction to your business? Maybe you can share a bit about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
There are a few distinct things that set me apart as a life coach. One is that I do not consider a one size fits all (or even most) approach. For example, morning routines? Sometimes but not always! I truly get on my clients MAP. I use the analogy that I am in the car with my client, navigating, while they drive the car. It is so important to find what works for THEM to create their own unique and magical dream life. I adore getting to work with my clients to find what tools builds their unique foundation to build up from!

My business secret has been consistency. I always say I am here for the long-game, not the short-one! Thus, I have created systems in my business that facilitate ease and flow so that I am always showing up for what brings me success, effortlessly. Now finding these systems isn’t always easy but once I find something that works, I think of it as seeds. I keep planting it, in faith, that my seed will bloom and grow. And thanks to consistency — they usually do. This mindset has proved invaluable to my success as a life coach!

A big lesson I have learned along the way, and now coach to my entrepreneurial clients, is that no one knows what’s best for your business but YOU. You have to learn to tap into your intuition on business decisions which not enough people value or teach. When you tap into your deep sense of knowing you know if something is going to serve you OR NOT. Too often we outsource our power and look to others to give us this answer, which unfortunately often leads us astray. Only YOU hold the magic that is going to attract your ideal clients to you!

I am a women’s life coach who specializes in supporting women in ending their toxic cycles and building a foundation for their best life. I decided this would be my niche after ending toxic cycles of my own (anxiety, codependency, an abusive relationship) and realizing those were all blockages to me living the life I was destined for: running my own business, living in peace and calm, and having true abundance in every aspect of my life.

Let’s say your best friend was visiting the area and you wanted to show them the best time ever. Where would you take them? Give us a little itinerary – say it was a week long trip, where would you eat, drink, visit, hang out, etc.
I am a Venice girl through and through, so my ideal day in LA would be: the best latte in town from Little Lunch Coffee (spoiler alert my boyfriend, Chris McColl is the operating partner here so I am biased) and a morning walk down the boardwalk. Once the sun is up head to brunch at Belle’s Beach house + an espresso martini (or two). Then walk down Abbot Kinney to window shop all the cute stores. End the night on Rose at Chulita or The Rose Venice!

The Shoutout series is all about recognizing that our success and where we are in life is at least somewhat thanks to the efforts, support, mentorship, love and encouragement of others. So is there someone that you want to dedicate your shoutout to?
The organization CoDA (Codependent’s Anonymous) is really where I owe a lot of credit. I went to an all women’s group where I not only began to break free of codependency but I saw so much power in women sharing their stories to heal. As my own healing became further along and I felt the deep desire to help other women, I thought of the name Recov.her.y (since the word recovery is used in CoDA often) in a CoDA group but wasn’t sure how to bring it to life. It wasn’t until later, I decided to support women in ending toxic cycles (codependency and beyond) through life coaching, thanks to my experience in those rooms!

Website: www.recovherylifecoaching.com

Instagram: @recov.her.y

Other: Podcast on Spotify/Apple: The Recov.her.y Podcast

Image Credits
Emily Aleece

Nominate Someone: ShoutoutLA is built on recommendations and shoutouts from the community; it’s how we uncover hidden gems, so if you or someone you know deserves recognition please let us know here.