Are you ready to rid yourself of the day-to-day misery that alcohol causes, improve your relationships, health and life?

 

 You will find free information in Videos and Articles, The Alcohol Coach YouTube Channel and The Alcohol Coach Facebook Group.

When you ‘re ready to take action and get long term results choose from The 6 week Discover Sober Program, or targeted 1-2-1 support from me.

Together we will discover your vibrant sober life!

 

The Sober Challenge Experiment

This is my bite-sized course and gives you an introduction to learn about yourself and alcohol. This course provides you with a workbook, and mini lessons.

The Discover Sober Program

My signature 6 week science-based coaching video program takes you from being an unhappy drinker to happily free of alcohol and contains everything you need for lasting change! Over 370 women are right now learning and loving life without alcohol.

Are you ready to take a break or stop permanently…

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1-2-1 Package

If you would like direct 1-2-1 support through a coaching package of 6 simple sessions, let’s chat. We can tackle alcohol issues, life issues and the collision of the two. I only a few one on one clients each year, and if I have availability you will be see space and be able to book a call.

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Testimonials

“Now I am completely free from alcohol. When I started I was just trying to take a break, but then I just carried on. I’m so much happier. That was 19 months ago. I am so glad this program is being made available for people.”

Kate.

“The Alcohol Coach, Michaela Weaver, inspired me to stop drinking. I have been nearly 9 months free of my ‘bottle a night’ alcohol habit and I couldn’t be happier about it. Do the Program, change your life, you won’t regret it!”

Pam.

“I am loving everything about my sober life. It really has been a journey of discovery for me. I couldn’t remember the last time I genuinely didn’t want a drink. Now I have so many more things to think about other than wine! I’ve also repaired the damage that alcohol did to my family, and for that I am eternally grateful.”

Samantha.