Feeling like you’re different from most due to your innate traits isn’t easy

– especially if your way is deemed inferior, unwanted even.


Showing up and living in your power is even more challenging.


Dare to be who you are. Unapologetically, uncompromisingly, sovereignly.




Hello and welcome.

My name is Manca, and I know how you feel.


For a long time, I allowed life to lead me, and I didn’t wonder whether where it was leading me was good for me or not. I merely followed what I thought I was “supposed” to do in life and what was expected of me.

I graduated from law school, passed the bar exam, and worked at the court of law for a number of years. I demonstrated my physical performance and skills in a manly fashion in sports; first, I was mastering alpine skiing and snowboarding and then became an alpinist, sports climbing instructor, and mountain rescuer.

In my life, I “went for it” many times and made it happen. It wasn’t easy, and I dedicated a lot of my time, and energy, and poured myself into it.


And it was alright. Mostly. Education, a job, friends, hobbies. The cracks showed in an area where things go deeper; in love. It was there where it showed that I was obviously not seeing something. Because when I had what I wanted, with a wonderful person, I ran away. More than once.

I felt like something was wrong with me for not being able to enjoy the life I had. Not even the ultimately good moments. I felt kind of restless. As if somehow I was not enough, as if I was not allowed to be me.

(And I was oblivious of the fact I didn’t have a clue about who I am in my essence).


It took a lot of time, effort, work, and support of all kinds to find out who and what that “myself” is, to reclaim those bits and pieces I hid way down inside, and to allow myself to be all that I feared being.

Gentle. Introvert. Sensitive. Weird. High-maintenance in a way, meaning I have many needs and wants that are different than those of the majority. Being misunderstood – by myself to begin with. 

This might resonate with you, especially if you are a Highly Sensitive woman.



Do you feel you are sensitive, too?

But you keep your sensitivity in check. Or you learned to cover it up as not to hinder your life or bother others.

Or you suppressed it, deep down.


If you feel this is true for you, you are in the right place.



For me, the path to finding the missing piece started with reconnecting with myself and my intuition. When I realized there is nothing wrong with me, I am just Highly Sensitive, it was like something clicked on a very deep level. 

The relief (“Maybe I am not the flawed one who has to hide things from everyone, including herself, after all.”) was indescribable. And it helped me shape my future path, personally and professionally.

I work as a Whole Person life coach, supporting (Highly) Sensitive women on their path to wholeness

I help them to allow themselves to be who they are and to start living their lives their own way, to overcome their doubts and discomfort, and find ways to be authentic so they can have quality relationships.


If this is you, I would be happy to support you on your journey. I can help you better understand yourself and your (High) Sensitivity, find your own unique way, and create a supportive way of life that will express your whole self.


I gained the majority of my knowledge about High Sensitivity from Dr. Elaine Aron; I am also listed on her website among the coaches who have knowledge about this trait.


My approach is holistic, and to aid the transformational process, I also use energy support; I mostly work with Earth’s energy.



I offer four ways of supporting you:


One-hour Coaching / 12-Week Program / Energy Support – Three Sessions or a Single Session





Would you like to know more?

About High Sensitivity?

High Sensitivity Starter Kit

Two e-books.

My gift to you. To help you uncover yours.


A little bit about High Sensitivity

is available on another website, dedicated to High Sensitivity (mainly in Slovene).



Free video content

on High Sensitivity and personal and spiritual growth is available

on my Youtube channel.


I am an introvert, but I am also social 🙂

I post short reminders, posts, or inspirations on social media.

You can find me on 

Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter.


Let’s connect!


If you are a sensitive, maybe even a Highly Sensitive, woman on a self-discovery journey toward wholeness

I invite you to join my Facebook group, Whole Sensitive Women.



I also created a Facebook group dedicated to High Sensitivity, where you can find some resources about High Sensitivity and things related to it, things you need to take your power back. The group is open yet not very interactive.

You can find it at HSP Owning Power.


“The Importance To Ground and Connect Into Your Internal State”

In October 2020 I was a part of an online event called Emphatic Superpower Series.

The host Fleur Choy and I talked about High Sensitivity, our stories, and how to manage ourselves and our sensitive system.


How to thrive as a Highly Sensitive Person.”

In October 2020, I recorded my first ever podcast episode.

In Episode 16 of The Authentic Dad Podcast, the host David Waranch and I talked about High Sensitivity – I introduced some theory, and we discussed High Sensitivity in real life (including children).


My self-care primarily consists of nature, alone time, and movement.”

This written interview is in Slovenian language.

Erika Plevel asked some amazing questions and I was happy to answer them.




I chose to work with Manca because I was looking to work with someone aware of the HSP trait, and it was very helpful talking to someone who is already aware of that trait. Manca is a very sweet person. I especially liked the way she listened to me very carefully and helped me realize and put in order my thoughts and feelings. She didn’t try to tell me what is right or what I should do but helped me find my own answers. I also liked how she helped me in a practical way so that I can make real changes in my everyday life.

Also, I found very helpful her initial discovery session, which helped make a mental map of my life: who I am, what I want, my goals, my values. This was a new experience for me and a very empowering one because it gave me kind of like a compass to find my way around life.

I am glad I had the chance to work with her, and I would encourage anyone to do the same.

– Ivi, Greece


Photo credits

Photos of me: Anja Benedik     &   Services’ Photo credits on Services’ page