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Meet Natolie Warren of The Whole Woman Experience in Lawrenceville

Today we’d like to introduce you to Natolie Warren.

Natolie, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
The funny thing about how I started The Whole Woman Experience is that I did not know I was even starting something. I had a vision of empowering women at the age of 15 years old. For years, I would imagine how and when it would come to flourish. I talked about it with a friend as we both shared our visions over a long period of time. Out of what seemed to be nowhere, she called me and asked me to host an event for some women in her circle for a weekend. They were in Columbia, South Carolina and wanted to come to Atlanta. Without hesitation, we started planning for this weekend retreat. It was meant to be small (about 10 ladies) but from our conversations, we realized that it should be opened to other ladies. I ended up having over 20 ladies participate in this event. This would be the first retreat that happened in 2015, exactly 20 years after I had my initial vision. The retreat was a success and I thought I had accomplished something. Then one of the attendees asked me when I was having my next event and from there the vision and impact of The Whole Woman Experience (as well as myself) grew. This was the beginning of what you see today.

Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
I will be the first to say it has not been smooth. It has been full of highs and lows but that’s that life. Prior to starting The Whole Woman Experience, I had been an entrepreneur for ten years. I had consistently been in private practice as a psychotherapist for seven years at the time. However, stepping into the world of being a speaker, coach and writer was a whole new ball game and I learned it early on. I quickly realized that I was basically starting over and having to put myself out there (which is difficult for my extroverted-introverted self). I had to make a pathway for this new part of my business. I wanted to quit many days and questioned even why I was doing all the work. One of the most driving forces during this time was the burning passion to help women grow, heal and transform. My biggest struggles have been getting out of my own way, building a following, learning marketing and consistently showing up. I am still learning to maneuver these areas but I have grown tremendously over the last three years. I would contribute my progress to the determination, support, and accountability, investing in coaching and keeping the mission of the work in the forefront.

Please tell us about The Whole Woman Experience.
The Whole Woman Experience is a thriving community of women who desire personal and spiritual development. This highly engaging and supportive community attracts women from all walks of life that are wanting to accomplish a goal or have a more fulfilling life. My one mission is to empower women to embrace their God-given purpose, freedom, and worthiness.

Through speaking, coaching, writing, I support women stand courageously in their authentic truth, clearly fulfill their life purpose and confidently live in the unique design God has for their lives. I guide them through psycho-spiritual techniques and practices that help them eliminate the inner limitations that keep them stuck and discover their authentic self so they can create the life of their dreams. I am known for my work with disarming the internal critical dialogue, shifting mindsets from fear based paradigms to love based paradigms, helping women reconnect with their inner strength and wisdom and for creating experiential training, workshops and retreats that provide immediate results and transformation.

I am most proud of the growth I get to witness in the lives of women through my business. There is nothing like seeing someone grow, heal and change right before your eyes. I have seen some amazing women do things they did not see possible prior to our interaction.

In my opinion, there are many women who are doing and have done the work that I do and I truly applaud them. What I have found to be my unique contribution to this area of personal development is my own personal journey of self-discovery and inner healing, my personal strengths (I am highly creative and intuitive) as well as my clinical background.

Do you look back particularly fondly on any memories from childhood?
My fondest memory of my childhood would probably be my senior year of high school. I was voted homecoming queen, prom queen and elected Senior class president. This stands out the most because several years prior I was the target of bullying and teasing from my peers. These experiences shaped me into the woman I am today and are my motivation for The Whole Woman Experience.


  • Perfect, Complete & Lacking Nothing: What Every Woman Needs To Know About Herself- $12.99
  • Individual & Group Coaching sessions range from $55 -$497
  • Live Workshops & Retreats starting at $47

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