Birta Bjargardottir is a
Life Transformation Coach
I'm Birta Bjargardottir (yes, you get a prize if you can spell that backwards!), otherwise known as Bee.
I'm the founder of ubebu and work as a life transformation coach, empowering you to thrive in every aspect of your life.
I develop personalised plans to assist you in setting your goals and gaining a clearer vision, thus facilitating meaningful and lasting changes in health, career, wellness, relationships, finances, and beyond.
YOGA INSTRUCTOR / VEGAN / WORLD TRAVELLER / CHILDHOOD CANCER SURVIVOR / LAID-BACK / FULL-OF-LIFE FORCE
Here’s my story.
I was born in a yoga school co-founded by my mother to two bohemian parents, where I was given a Sanskrit name and a guru at just a few months old. So you can see, my upbringing destined me for a mindful life. Overcoming childhood cancer heightened my awareness and knowledge. Then, in 1997, I embraced a plant-based lifestyle, experiencing a remarkable improvement in my health.
Today, my coaching practice benefits from a rich blend of education and experience. I hold certifications as a Life Coach and an Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT/Tapping) Instructor. Additionally, I possess a diploma in Vegan Nutrition and am a Certified Vegan Whole Foods Chef. With an M.Sc. in Science Communication from the University of Bath and over two decades of experience as a yoga instructor, I've honed my expertise in various yoga styles. My unique approach to life transformation coaching integrates the power, flow, and stillness of yoga and meditation for a truly rejuvenating experience.
Born in Iceland and raised there and in Scotland, I’ve also lived elsewhere in the UK, Costa Rica, Cuba and Argentina. I'm a polyglot who currently divides time between beautiful Bali, Iceland, and the UK, embracing island life and advocating for our planet's future.
You’ve probably already guessed that I love to travel! Among my many adventures, I learned to tango in Argentina, went scuba diving in the Caribbean and surfed in Portugal. I’m crazy about animals and was lucky enough to volunteer at a sanctuary in Costa Rica for sloths and monkeys, and I never miss an opportunity to pet a dog.