Hey therE! I'm Amber.
Below you'll find my professional bio and a little more about me personally.
Amber Campion is an internationally recognized mindfulness teacher and sought after life and business strategist. She is known for combining the practical with 'the magical' for truly life enhancing results in supporting visionaries to operate in their zone of genius and bring their full self to the world in life, love, and leadership.
She has been teaching neuroscience backed mind/body practices for more than a decade and is the founder of DRM: Dynamic Release Method. Through her esteemed coaching programs, trainings, and retreats she has guided hundreds of people to connect more authentically with their potential, develop healthier relationships, and cultivate a deeper sense of confidence, meaning, and fulfillment in their lives.
Amber teaches and leads trainings & retreats worldwide in Mindfulness, Conscious Leadership and Personal Development. She is currently writing her first book about healthy relationships, intimacy, and living.
A Little more about me...
Truth. I have re-written this page more than three times. Why, you may wonder? Because I’m a story-teller. And though theoretically my story should be the easiest to tell, in actuality it is often the hardest one of all, especially when ‘keeping it brief’ is the name of the game (my website is not my memoir). So I ask myself, how do I capture the depth of a life lived...with brevity. Well my friends, I'm not sure, but that won't stop me from telling a story...
My Story: Told As 5 Interesting Facts
1. I was diagnosed with a neurological disorder called Epilepsy when I was a child. However, I no longer have Epilepsy. I believe it was a miracle that cured me, as the last time I ever had a seizure was right before my parents took me to get blessed by priests of the Mormon church. I’m not religious, though I am deeply spiritual. My idea of a miracle is the effect of a powerful force called faith (belief), mixed with surrender. In other words, I believe we create miracles, knowingly or unknowingly, from a potent force of concentrated energy, rather than the idea that some of us are simply lucky (or chosen) recipients of miracles.
2. I have always had a hard time answering the question, ‘where are you from?” and prefer more direct questions, like where were you born? Or, where did you live before here? When people ask me, ‘where are you from’, I say New York City because that’s the best I can answer that question w/o a long explanation or asking them to be more specific. I was not born or raised in NYC - though it is the longest place I have ever lived (12 years) and where I feel I really ‘grew up’. I was born in Corvallis, Oregon though my parents didn't grow up in Oregon (they grew up in New Jersey, on ‘opposite side of the tracks,’ as they explain it). Around age 4 or 5 we moved to California, we lived in a few places there, but mostly in the valley (Lancaster). Then in grade school we re-located to Florida and again lived in a few different areas before my parents settled in a little beach community called Indian Harbor Beach. We arrived there when I was 12 and I left home when I was 17. At age 20 I moved to NYC (where I said I was headed since I was young girl) and stayed there until I was 32. At 32 I moved out of the United States to Nicaragua. I lived there for 2 years before re-locating to my current home, Santa Cruz, California (It's now 2017 and I am 37).