High-Performance Coaching That Moves You and Your work into 3D

Clarify Your Mindset • Lead Consciously • Iterate Efficiently

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in Seattle

Walking Executive coaching
alexander technique lessons

In Seattle and beyond

Presentation & Pitch coaching
Personal development Kata
workshops in communication, Mindfulness & training attention

Coming in 2019:
Strengths Finder & Core Clarity

Katie is a great executive coach, always asking insightful questions that get to the core of what it means to be a good founder while being an authentic, whole person along the way. What are the barriers keeping you from achieving your goals? Are you moving away from something, rather than moving toward the important thing? She’s excellent at reframing problems to get to what’s relevant and meaningful, and has a knack for keeping you honest with yourself and playing to your strengths.
— E.M.



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Katie and WalkingKata

Katie Chase is relentlessly interdisciplinary as a musician since age 9, study in seven languages and degrees in performance, bodywork and business. She founded WalkingKata following her 500-mile pilgrimage and sabbatical in Spain to leverage her work in personal development, mindset, story, human design, business operations, systems thinking and embodied cognition with leaders and businesses who want to lead consciously, iterate efficiently and tell a compelling story. Prior to Walkingkata she led program development, early product strategy, customer development, and business operations with various teams including startup industry-leaders Techstars and Startup Weekend, Oberlin College’ Creativity and Leadership program, 8Stem, Package Guard and her own, Advanced Educators. 

She earned an MBA from Bainbridge Graduate Institute and a Bachelor of Music in Performance from Oberlin College Conservatory. She’s been a licensed health practitioner and instructor of movement, anatomy and kinesiology for 15+ years; a HeartMath practitioner; and has studied Alexander Technique since 2001, in which she's now completing a teaching apprenticeship. She’s frequently on the road (or out for a walk) and maintains a vibrant teaching studio in Seattle, WA, which she calls home.