The Wild Adventure

It has been a year. A year since I began the wild adventure that has become my life. A year ago I jumped into coaching, not knowing how it would happen but trusting that I would be able to find my way to learning what I needed to learn and growing in ways I needed […]

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SoulCollage®

SoulCollage® SoulCollage® is a creative art activity where participants make a collage using found images. Tapping into their right brain and looking toward wholeness through self-expression, the SoulCollage® experience helps give voice to the different parts of self through creativity and reflection. Anyone can make a SoulCollage® including people of all ages, gender identities, artist […]

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Wholeness

This month is all about wholeness. I’ve picked 6 awesome wholeness products for you to try out. Together, these products address wholeness in body, mind, heart, spirit and soul. Body I love yummy smelling body products and I have two to recommend to you; one from Lush and one from The Body Shop – I […]

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Introduction to SoulCollage®

I will be offering an Introduction to SoulCollage® workshop the third Monday of every month starting in October 2018. 6:30-8:00 p.m. Wesley Chapel at 1290 Folsom Boulder, CO 80302 The cost for this workshop is $20 and includes all materials! Pre-register for the session you want and then join us and come open to a […]

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Introducing SoulCollage®

Introducing SoulCollage® It has been an exciting time for me! Last week I had the honor of attending a SoulCollage® Facilitator Training in Prescott, AZ. SoulCollage® is a process of creativity and collage where participants make cards that tap into their inner wisdom and help them become aligned and connected to their heart of wholeness. […]

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Sharing Your Soul

“Creativity is the way I share my soul with the world.” Brené Brown I’ve been thinking recently about what creativity means to me. The Dictionary says “Creativity is the use of the imagination or original ideas, especially in the production of an artistic work.” All well and good but I wonder sometimes what artistic work […]

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