By day Janis Underwood runs a successful spiritual coaching practice that specializes in helping people put their spiritual gifts to practical use in both professional and personal endeavors. Janis’ success with clients comes from the use of three gifts: compassion, non-judgment and presence.
Her knowledge and application of these gifts comes from her travels with the dying. Since her grandfather’s death in 2014, she has acted as a transition coach for those seeking peace and spiritual integration at the time of death.
In 2015, Janis was compelled to start a podcast called Dying with Grandpa as a way to honor her grandfather’s passing. The podcast is actively serving as a platform for those who wish to share personal and professional stories about spirituality, end of life care and death. Her deep wish is to change the way our culture views death and use the lessons of letting go and self love to live more loving and intentional lives.
Clients and peers appreciate her ability to bring ease and comfort, (and even laughter), to this deep level of work, as they dive into the darkness and return to light. In November 2015 she learned the Shared Crossing Project’s protocols. Her book exploring death and dying is due to be released in 2018.