Playing the Edge Coaching

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Tina Geithner, Ph.D, Presence-Based® Coach,  ICF-Associate Certified Coach, ICF-Registered Mentor Coach, Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200)

Find your "edge".
Play it well.
Transform your life.



  1. 17 Nov, 2018
    Thanking an Idea
    Adapting a quote from Epictetus, “[S]He is a wise [wo]man who does not grieve for the things which [s]he has not, but rejoices for those which [s]he has."  It is easy for us to grieve not having enough time, not getting enough sleep, not getting everything done on our to-do lists, and/or not getting to spend more time with those we love who are with us or who have passed on. Our brains are wired that way – to act like Velcro for the negative and Teflon for the positive, according to Rick Hanson
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    08 Jun, 2018
    Slothing an Idea
    Two things my husband said to me recently really gave me pause… The first occurred when he and I and a good friend were visiting one of our friends in Helena, Montana, who led us into an amazing toy store. My husband picked up a small object and held it out at eye level for me to see and said, “You need one of these to help you slow down.” It was a figurine of a sloth – one of those furry, long-clawed tree-dwelling animals that moves at the speed of cement hardening. (See the video of Geico
  3. 13 May, 2018
    Cultivating Compassion
    Self-compassion has been defined as the practice of offering ourselves acceptance, kindness, and care. It is the foundation for developing and holding compassion towards others and an opportunity to act out of acceptance, kindness, and care. Compassion refers to the sympathetic understanding of another person’s pain - a feeling or bearing with - and the action that stems from that feeling inspired by the desire to mitigate that pain. It involves an intentional way of considering and relating to