SalaaM & HellO,
I’m LaYinkA !

Transformation Coach & Change Facilitator

I specialise in being your partner in progress to co-create brilliance and positive change.

I’m passionate about the dynamic power of collaboration and excel in facilitating breakthroughs, optimizing mindsets, fuelling growth, and cultivating an environment of psychological safety, so you feel seen, heard, and know you matter.

Because you do.


How can I help you?

Whether you’re an individual or a team, here are a few ways:

✨ Developing a winning mindset: I instil a winning mindset and drive lasting change.

✨ Harnessing personal power: I empower you to break through the same ol’ same ol’ rut and explore refreshing ways of doing things. And it’s always like a breath of fresh air (and I often hear, ‘Why didn’t I do this sooner?’).

✨ Breakthrough the mess: I guide you through complex transformations, converting challenges into remarkable opportunities, leaving you inclined to do a happy dance (I’ve done more happy dances for clients than I can keep track of!).

LaYinka Sanni

My backStory

It was one day in 2014, when I was shocked by the woman I saw in my reflection. After a meltdown with my children, I stood in the bathroom and stared at myself in the mirror. Drained, empty, overwhelmed, frustrated, and lost, I hated the woman I saw. I couldn’t recognise her, and yet I knew, saw, and deeply felt how I was bringing misery, tension, and anger in my home and projecting that onto my family.

It was ugly. And it was tiring.

Staring hard at myself in the mirror, I cried because I didn’t know how I’d allowed myself to get there. I looked at myself and asked a single question that set my heart in motion:

“LaYinka, if you died today, what would your children have to say about you?”

From the answers that came forth — passive aggressive, always shouting, harsh, negative, and complaining — I knew that I couldn’t go out with that legacy. I couldn’t carry on on that trajectory. I couldn’t carry on just pretending everything was okay — faking it and not

making it. I knew something had to change before I lost the people who were important to me and before I lost everything I loved.

So I embarked on the journey to know myself, understand myself, forgive myself, embrace myself, love myself, and become the next best version of myself. I focused on myself, regardless of the messiness going on in my home, because a verse in the Qur’an says:

“Indeed, God will not change the condition of a people until they change what is in themselves.”

– Quran: Chapter 13, Verse 11

I evolved and emerged a different woman — softer, kinder, and more open. I grew closer to the woman I believe God created me to be.

Am I a finished product? Not at all. I’m always growing and learning from challenges, the highs, and all the opportunities sent my way, and I remain committed to my lifelong growth journey.

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