About Ronen

My own life path has not been a straight line. I’ve been an actor, a yogi, a techie, and now a certified coach. 

In my 20s, I moved to an ashram in the American south to be a full time volunteer and meditation teacher. I ended up staying for three years, diving deeply into my meditation practice, and living in a community of incredibly powerful people also on the spiritual path. My time there changed me in ways I’m still discovering, and it has informed my work as a coach and an artist.

Since being back in San Francisco, I spent about 5 years working in the tech industry, which has given me insight into some of the challenges people face in the business world. I truly believe that most people want to make the world better, but not many of us know how.

My shift to coaching was a sort of homecoming to my spiritual path – it’s a way for me to help people in the real world to dream bigger, and live lives more powerful than they ever imagined. My intention is to be of service to my community, to empower them to go out into the world and do great things.

Aside from coaching, I also perform original theater that explores my time at the ashram, and my journey into the spiritual. I see art as a form of service, a communal event where we can laugh together and be reminded that inside, we are all the same.

Ronen Sberlo
Certified Life Coach

About Co-Active Coaching

Co-Active Professional Coach Training is widely recognized as one of the most rigorous professional coach training and certification program in the industry. As the largest and most established professional coach training organization in the world, CTI has trained over 65,000 coaches, including employees in more than a third of the Fortune 100 companies.

“CTI offers a gold standard of coach training, and the Co-Active model behind it is remarkably congruent with a vast body of research in positive psychology and coaching. As business, health and personal coaches begin to master and articulate these messages, we believe it will create inroads for more individuals and organizations to see the value and validity of coaching. It’s exciting to see how the entire field can be uplifted by connecting science and theory with the spirit and practice of coaching. In the future, results will continue to show how science can be mapped to CTI’s Co-Active model and their four cornerstones of coaching.”

– Dr. Carol Kauffman
Director of the Institute Of Coaching (IOC)