Center for Integrative Soul Work / Founder - Ullas Matthew Fowler
Visionary and founder, Ullas Matthew Fowler, has been an innovator in the world of transformational life coaching, systems integration and a leader in psycho-spiritual health and wellness. At the forefront of new thought and methodology , Ullas is unique in his approach to healing and transformation, and fuses his life-long love of spiritual practice and learning with his interest in championing the whole person: spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically.
Ullas is an expert in developing systems for individuals and organizations based on spiritual principles, which draw out the hidden potential of each person, and create optimal functioning for organizations as a whole. His unique way of seeing humanity and human evolution has led directly to the creation of a new model for interfaith dialogue and collaboration, the Center for Integrative Soul Work.
A graduate of Fred Jealous' remarkable Breakthrough workshop for all men, Ullas also holds an M.A. from the University of Santa Monica's graduate program in Spiritual Psychology. He has been coaching individuals for the past 6 years, utilizing cutting edge approaches to transformational life coaching, energy psychology, depth soul work and spiritual counseling.
Ullas is also an accomplished musician and a singer of sacred music. He has been a leader of kirtan, bhajan and interfaith music for the past 16 years. Most recently, he has been invited to perform with an interfaith ensemble at the United Nations Parliament of World Religions, set to be held in October of 2015. Ullas' love of music and the arts flows seemlessly into his work with people, and into his unfolding vision for the transformation and evolution of humanity.
"Ullas has a special and unique way of bringing forward a view or perspective of life that no one else really sees, a vision of life that has melodic sweetness and connection and interplay. Ullas holds the voice of what lifts us, into remembering that we are all connected, that we are essentially all one."
- Theresa Stolaroff,
Retreat Leader, Center For World Networking