The Scoop: When singles feel down, Allana Pratt is there to boost them back up. She’s a dating coach with a long list of success stories to her name. Her one-on-one coaching, online programs, and other self-help resources give people insight into emotional topics, including the importance of being vulnerable with a partner. This knowledgeable intimacy expert sees it as her life’s work to motivate people to become the best version of themselves and live their best lives. With unfaltering grace and compassion, Allana taps into the unseen forces behind relationships and offers transformational guidance for anyone feeling lost, alone, or unloved.
Jennifer K. was stuck in a cycle of bad personal and professional experiences when she started seeing dating coach Allana Pratt in one-on-one sessions. By talking with Allana, Jennifer began to get back in touch with herself and realize the good relationship she desired was right there in her lap.
Jennifer and Allana’s heartfelt conversations in Fish Creek Park in Calgary brought Jennifer to a healthier frame of mind, and she learned how to better understand herself and find joy in her life, work, and relationships.
“I began to acknowledge that until my internal masculine and feminine were dancing in tune and in unison, my work would always feel unfulfilled and incomplete,” she said. “I was reminded to stay with my daily spiritual practices, add new ones, and really appreciate and embrace the sensual goddess that I am.”
Allana offers private coaching services as well as self-help products that dive deep into the nature of love and relationships. Her books, podcasts, and online courses encourage singles to dig into their pain and uncover joy.
Allana’s therapeutic assistance has helped many men and women find the inner strength to overcome any obstacles in their way.
This dating and intimacy expert also has a growing YouTube presence with over 2.8 million views on her channel. She said she’s hoping to expand her work to offer more videos, articles, and free resources for people in all types of dating situations. Her core message is one of hope and empowerment, and she is always on the lookout for ways to share her point of view with as large an audience as possible.
“I love going into the fire and all the scariest places with people and setting them free,” she said. “If I can set people free from shame, and get them in a place where they’re enjoying the process and savoring every day, that’s worth everything. That’s what unconditional love is.”
“7 Steps to Manifest Your Beloved” Focuses on Deep Healing
Allana’s website is positively bursting with resources for singles facing all kinds of personal crises. She has written extensively about self-esteem, conscious dating, attraction, and spirituality, and she also offers one-on-one coaching for singles who need a relationship guru by their side.
Of course, Allana can’t be everywhere, so she is constantly coming out with helpful coaching programs and self-help books to support her audience of radiant sexy sisters and noble badasses, as she calls them. The dating coach’s latest book “7 Steps to Manifest Your Beloved While Staying True to Yourself” focuses on how vulnerability can be an empowering and attractive trait in the dating world.
The book teaches readers how to heal from trauma, let go of the past, and gain self-confidence by daring to be vulnerable with someone. Allana urges her readers to trust themselves and persevere through difficulties.
“My book brings people back to reality. This takes work, presence, and attention,” she said. “It’s not going to be a bed of roses, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up on love.”
It may not be easy, but Allana emphasizes to singles that love is always worth moving through scary challenges into deeper connection. Her steadfast encouragement reminds people not to give up in the face of dating or relationship challenges. As she said, “Being uncomfortable means you’re growing beyond where your last relationship failed.”
The first chapter of “7 Steps to Manifest Your Beloved” is available for free on Allana’s website. She told us she has already heard from readers who loved the inspirational tone of her book. She said many people have thanked her for having the courage to say what few dating experts are saying — that vulnerability has an important place in love and relationships.
“Vulnerability is the new sexy, if you ask me,” she said. “Some think vulnerability is weakness, but it actually makes us the most irresistible.”
A Weekly Podcast Starts a Dialogue With Daters
Allana knows how to get straight to the core of dating and emotional issues because she has been working with singles for years now. She continually engages in a dialogue with today’s singles and tries to show them how to reach their romantic potential and embrace their vulnerability and sexuality.
She broadcasts her advice in a weekly podcast geared toward people in the dating scene as well as people in relationships. Her mission is to spread the word about what it takes to become whole, happy, and healthy in all stages of life.
In her podcast episodes, Allana maintains a positive tone without sugarcoating the difficulties of life. “There’s a misconception that as soon as you meet the one you never have to worry about anything,” she said. “Like having a plant that you never water but it keeps growing.”
In addition to coaching, writing, and podcasting, Allana somehow also finds time to host Intimate Conversations Live, a radio show where she interviews guest experts on love, relationships, and consciousness. She has produced over 200 episodes and spoken with notable guests, including Linda Gray, the actress who played Sue Ellen on “Dallas.”
Whether she’s sharing her thoughts in a podcast or delving into someone else’s philosophy on a radio show, Allana supports a thought-provoking discussion about the important things in life.
“I’m grateful to be a deep and healing person in my niche,” she said. “I love to support people and answer their questions.”
Overwhelmed by Praise From Men, Women & Colleagues
Most dating coaches list a handful of favorite testimonials or endorsements on their websites to show they know their stuff. Some have difficulty finding enough success stories to fill an entire page. Allana has the opposite problem. She has so many testimonials that she has put them on three separate pages of her website: a page for women, a page for men, and a page for colleagues.
Her impressive collection of kind words and glowing compliments sets her apart from others in the industry. Her clients clearly adore her. The fact that so many people are willing to share their dating experiences in a public space speaks to Allana’s gift for inspiring trust and gratitude in others.
“Allana is transformational, revealing, authentic, and trusting. Working with Allana has literally changed my life.” — Gina, a former client
“What I found from working with Allana was someone who could show me how to get in touch with me and let me find out, for myself, with her help, who I was, what I wanted, and how to go about getting it,” said Bert.
“Allana is one of the rare people who has the power to see what’s really going on in your love life, and then reach inside you to transform your life for the better,” said Christian Carter, a fellow dating coach.
Over the years, Allana has received praise from all corners of the industry and has had a phenomenal impact on the lives of the people she has worked with.
Allana is an Intimacy Expert Who Inspires Breakthroughs
Throughout her career, Allana has helped many individuals come into their own and take control of their lives. Her unwavering guidance and wise counsel can show people how to build fulfilling relationships and foster greater intimacy over time. The key, she told us, is vulnerability. She helps individuals to feel comfortable being vulnerable in front of someone else and build connections through those moments of authenticity.
Allana strikes a great balance between inspiring people to go after the love they deserve while assuring them that they can be happy regardless of relationship status. She makes sure her clients, readers, and listeners practice self-love before throwing themselves into the fray of the dating scene.
“You’re not going to find love unless you’re being it and giving it to yourself,” she said. “As an expert on relationships and intimacy, I offer techniques to get people to be real, true, and authentic.”