Bettina Rothe

Embodiment, Leadership, Consciousness
Vancouver, BC

Bettina Rothe

Born and raised in West Berlin, Bettina grew up in the shadows of the Berlin Wall. From a young age, she was drawn to healing and reconciliation work, meditation and consciousness-expanding practices. After completing her degree in Psychology at the Technical University in Berlin, she studied intensively with pioneers of somatic and transpersonal psychology in Europe, the U.S. and Canada. She was trained by Gabrielle Roth, creator of the 5Rhythms® conscious dance practice as well as Wendy Palmer, founder of Leadership Embodiment.

Bettina’s passion has always been to heal the wounds of fragmentation and disconnection within oneself, in relations to others, the ecosystem and Spirit. She believes in the conscious stewardship of life, in leadership that is deeply rooted in alignment of body, heart, mind and our soul’s path.

Her work Circles of Inclusion focuses on creating safe, sacred, and inclusive environments for healing and personal growth.

"Circles of Inclusion was born out of my desire to contribute to the humanitarian crisis we are facing in an attempt to break down the walls of separation within ourselves, with each other and remembering our place in the web of life.  

The practices I offer facilitate a return to a sense of belonging and connection.  Workshops create opportunities to connect in heart-centred and embodied ways, supporting us to build resiliency and interconnectedness to better meet the challenges we face in these times."  Bettina Rothe

Bettina is an international presenter, public speaker and has supported clients ranging from CEOs to TED talk presenters, social change makers and entrepreneurs. In the past she contributed to THNK Creative School of Leadership as faculty for Embodied Leadership and Tekara Organizational Inc. training clients in holistic and effective ways of impacting.   Bettina is the co-founder of SKYPILOTS, a transformational leadership training company for emerging leaders where she contributes as a lead trainer and coach.

Being passionate about sustainability and conscious living, Bettina also serves as a director of Abundance Community Farm in Agassiz, BC, a community project that was born out of a shared vision to have land for growing food, creating intentional gatherings and sharing land based teachings. 


She is a devoted mother of two teenage girls and lives in Vancouver, BC.


 To learn more visit or find her on social media @bettinarothecoaching