Elina Danilova likes to remind us that “when you forget who you think you are supposed to be, you can remember who you truly are.” Even as a life coach and wellness expert, she uses her social media platforms to give us a peek into how she goes about life – with positivity and purpose. She has the skill and experience not just to guide others during their different journeys, but ultimately to help each person recognize their worth, find alignment, and feel confident as they begin the shift from surviving to genuinely living.
Elina has experienced a repertoire of cultures; notably, born in Kazakhstan, raised in Moscow, schooling in Kentucky and San Francisco and now working in Los Angeles. Through her academic background in Communications and experience in mental health, Elina found her passion in life coaching. By understanding various perspectives of her own life and the modern world, she has been able to curate meaningful ways of sharing her experiences, practical insights and lessons to enable others develop a deep sense of happiness and fulfillment.
Elina’s work focuses on helping people discover their strengths, capitalize on them and find their own purpose in life. Through her own experiences, she knows setbacks are temporary and in fact, consciously aims to empower herself so she can empower others. She shows others what it takes to overcome physical, mental and emotional blocks and unlock their hidden potential to give them the satisfaction in work and family that they truly deserve.
In addition to this, her clientele includes high level managers and executives, all of whom she guides to create a balance between their demanding jobs and finding joy and happiness with family and friends. Her compassion and dedication for people have created an excellent professional life coach in her. In and outside of work, Elina has the ability and charisma to radiate joy with friends and even strangers through dance, playing the piano and conducting intuitive painting workshops.
When Elina is not working, she loves to help others in a personal capacity. She engaged in a number of community initiatives which include volunteering at the Children’s Cancer Hospital in Moscow. She is also volunteered for the humanitarian aid organization, “Save the Children”. Elina supported various volunteer objectives in Uganda for the underprivileged with effort ranging from community development, orphan care and medical clinic assistance.
Apart from her experience in healthcare, Elina is also a business professional with a degree in Business Administration from Asbury University, Kentucky. During her time in school, she was a part of the student government and Business Club. She also worked as a Business Development Assistant upon graduation. It is this multidisciplinary career which allows her appreciate and value each person’s experience.
Elina believes, “the pain you feel today will be the strength you feel tomorrow.” She has great resolve to make the world a better place and through her life’s work, she shows others that they have the strength to do so as well.