Leah Sefor is South Africa’s go-to life and relationships expert. She has worked with individuals, couples and organisations in over 10 countries for more than 27 years as a relationships and communications specialist.
Leah lives in Johannesburg, South Africa with her husband of 16 years and their daughter. She loves art and travel, exploring new cultures and people watching. She is a collector or Dr Martens, kimonos and has an ever so slight obsession with Frida Kahlo which can be seen reflected in all areas of her life. Her favourite soul place is the African bushveld because there is no place on earth that can heal you as much, or connect you to yourself quite like the wild areas of Southern Africa.
From early in her life, Leah worked in the fields of physical and psychological healing which forged her current path as a coach, speaker, writer and podcaster who inspires people from all over the world to get real, step into their power and own their authentic selves. Leah delivers real results with her transformational work. She is known for her straight-talking, button-pushing, take-no-prisoners approach. Be warned, she will rattle your cage and take you right to the edge of your comfort zone because... spoiler alert... that's where the real magic happens.
Her work is all about ‘what it means to be real’.
Leah is one of the most booked personal coaches in South Africa, appearing regularly on TV & Radio as a guest expert. Her appearances include regular episodes on 'Real Health', a lifestyle show on The Home Channel on DStv.
She appeared as a guest coach on Season 2 of The Bachelor SA as well as The Single Wives SA as a relationships expert. You can often hear her on air discussing anything and everything to do with life and relationships.
Leah has a large social media following with thousands of post and video views every week. She writes her own blog, is the creator of a video series called ‘Real Talk’ and is the author of The Freedom Factor - a book on boundaries.
Her new book 'That's Not What I Meant! The smart, savvy guide to real communication' was released in June 2021.