Sara Avery, Quanta Change Guide

Sara Avery’s clients say they feel more safe opening up to her than with anyone they’ve ever met. And through Quanta Change®, they say their lives have improved in ways they never imagined.

For more than a decade, Sara has helped clients permanently remove blocks to their natural well-being in the areas of health, relationships, career, life path, and personal expression. In each session, she meets them exactly where they are to address the specific blocks to well-being that reveal themselves through a new understanding of non-well-being that Quanta Change makes possible.

Sara started going through her own Quanta Change process in 2000 to address the health challenges that had halted her career as a professional violinist. She experienced radical changes in every part of her life—physical health, relationships, ability to support herself emotionally and financially, and clarity of her life’s purpose. Excited by the changes she experienced, she began a five-year collaboration with Quanta Change founder Mimi Herrmann. Together they further refined the process that Herrmann had spent more than 20 years researching and developing. In the past seven years, Sara has continued to build on this, and is now leading the first Quanta Change Guide apprentice class to make the work available to more people.

Sara is a natural teacher. She turns her own experience into the basis for helping clients understand their own lives in a new way to uncover their natural well-being. Her clients have often “tried everything” to address their physical, mental, and emotional blocks, and are often surprised that finally, something works. They have experienced significant changes in the areas of physical health, anxiety, depression, ADHD, ability to achieve goals, relationships, career, personal expression, and life purpose.

Sara writes about facets of the human experience from a Quanta Change perspective on her own blog and is a regular columnist on Elephant Journal. She has been interviewed for Denver Green Streets and WhisperingTree.net. She gives frequent public talks about Quanta Change and has lectured at the Pikeville School of Osteopathic Medicine, the University of Michigan, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, the Aspen Music Festival, and the American String Teachers Association National Convention.

Sara lives just outside Boulder, Colorado. In her spare time, she enjoys frequent trips to the dog park with her Malamute mix and exploring the Colorado Rockies by car and foot.