What Is Muslima Coaching

Muslima Coaching is a coaching service that aims to encourage Muslim women to be the best wives, mothers, friends, and daughters that they can be. We coach single women, married women, divorced women, and teenagers (17+).

Check out what we have to offer:

  • Relationship Coaching – marriage advice centered around traditional Islamic teachings, modern-day marital advice, and self-help tactics for singles, newlyweds, and any married woman
  • Life Coaching – life guidance geared towards getting in touch with your Islamic purpose/fitra and forming life goals
  • Emotion Coaching – educational tactics used to teach women how to process, deal with, and react to negative emotional states
  • Adult Teen Coaching – practical advice of how to transition from a teenager into an adult woman (must be 17+)  
  • Deen Coaching – teaching the rulings related to the five pillars of Islam
  • Islamic Inspiration – solutions that are built upon and around the deen inshaAllah
  • Affordable Prices – more than half the price of other coaching services
  • Individual Sessions – unique personal sessions catered to your life circumstances
  • Complete Confidentiality – no one will know your stuff except us


Sign up for a private coaching session here.

The Coach

May peace and blessings be upon our beloved Messenger Muhammad, the Chosen One.

Naielah Ackbarali is the founder and CEO of Muslima Coaching. She is passionate about inspiring Muslim women by way of spreading the beauty of living an Islamic life. 

She was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad and moved to South Florida in her childhood. She obtained her BA degree from Florida State University with a double major in International Affairs and Sociology. In her early twenties, she moved to Amman, Jordan to study classical Arabic at the Qasid Institute.

In 2007, she married her husband and moved to Damascus, Syria, where she lived for almost 6 years, while simultaneously studying various shariah sciences with traditional scholars like Sheikh Hassan al-Hindi, Sheikh Adnan Darwish, and Sheikh Abdullah Rahal. She moved back to Jordan in December 2012 where she is still currently residing alhamduliLlah. She continues to study the deen with local scholars in Amman like Sheikh Ashraf Muneeb, while she helps coach women.

Naielah is a trained wife coach, certified life coach, and a certified NLP Master Practitioner. She personally trained with New York Times best-selling author Laura Doyle for six months. She is also a graduate of the Queen’s Code Workshop on Understanding Men, which is taught by the renown researcher Alison Armstrong who has been studying men for more than 26 years. She is currently working on a Counselling Practitioner Certification with the Academy of Applied Modern Psychology.

Naielah is a self-published author. She has written three e-books: “The How-To’s Of A Successful Muslim Wife” for new wives, “Preparing To Be A Good Wife” for single sisters, and “Love Scripts: Getting Through To Him” for all married sisters. She is currently working on producing another e-book for all sisters.

In her free time, Naielah teaches Hanafi fiqh for women, actively reads self-help and marriage books, and practices developing her cooking/baking skills.


Read testimonials about Muslima Coaching here.

Who Muslima Coaching Cannot Help

As much as we have the intention to help as many Muslims as possible, the reality is that some life problems involve things that coaching cannot resolve. We pray that Allah Most High makes things easy for everyone and protects the ummah and the believers from this worldly life.

We cannot help people in the following situations:

  • the husband or wife is addicted to drugs, alcohol, or any other illegal substance
  • the husband is physically abusive
  • the husband or wife is not faithful to the relationship (exceptions may apply)
  • the husband or wife have a medically diagnosed psychological disorder or personality disorder
  • the husband is not Muslim
  • the husband or wife do not attempt to practice all five pillars of Islam

We encourage individuals in any of these situations to seek immediate help from their local authorities, families, and communities. Our prayers are with you.

Who Muslima Coaching Is Not

  • Scholars – We base our coaching on Islamic rulings, are students of knowledge, and return to our teachers for guidance, but we are not shariah experts who have legal authority like an Islamic council.
  • Legal Mediators – We only teach relationship and life skills and give heart-to-heart advice, and we do not resolve couple financial problems, in-law disputes, divorce, etc.
  • Medical Professionals – We offer a professional coaching service, which should not be mistaken for professional medical help like a psychologist, psychiatrist, doctor, etc.