Finding the opportunity for growth and optimism under difficult circumstances is not easy.

Join us on December 4th for a one day online retreat event!

Offered in two segments:

10:00-12:30 PST & 1:30-4 PST

$55 per segment or $95 for the full day

As a single mom and entrepreneur, nothing was predictable for over a decade.
Financial stability, my home and my community had shifted overnight.

Getting the rug pulled out from underneath us can show up in so many ways.
When it happens, this automatically creates an unstable foundation to stand upon.

Changing jobs, moving out of your home, going through divorce or having a loved one die are just a few life transitions that can cause immense stress.

Transitions don’t have to be considered always bad either. Having a new baby is on the list as well. Moving into a new home can bring tremendous joy as well as a new job. 

Being presented with unfamiliar factors to figure out how to navigate is what presents the challenge. It tests our adaptability and willingness to change vs clinging to and resisting the familiar elements from our past.

I’ve collected a number of tools, techniques and practices that I’d love to share with YOU!
For this one day online retreat event, I invite you to set your responsibilities aside to assess and refocus your priorities in ways that make things easier by bringing more clarity to challenges and decisions.

I find for myself that when I can add more ease to my daily practices and experiences, I have greater capacity for joy and connecting with others.

When your days and relationships include the things that you love most, your cup overflows so that whatever you’re up to, you bring forth your best presence and higher levels of confidence.


Segment 1: Benvolence Recovered

Kindness cannot be underestimated.

In a world where vulnerability feels like a weakness we want to hide, I want to support you to:

  • Recover your authentic voice to express your heart’s fierceness.
  • Bring back your joy & play with full rights to thrive and enjoy life.
  • Create a sense of safety for yourself with clear boundaries & speaking up for yourself.

When women come from a history of being admonished for sharing opinions, giving direction or expressing strong emotions, it takes time to reframe and make adjustments.

We will rethink what actions to take next that will powerfully integrate our most treasured values and priorities to re-invent a world (or household) that will hold us and sustain us in kind.

Wanting to show up with kind effort, and simultaneously losing patience for setbacks and met with resistance, it’s time to shore up your resources and make a plan that works for YOU!

The power and wisdom women contain is ever abundant.
Let’s stop leaking energy and giving away our time thoughtlessly and instead direct it with intention.

I look forward to hearing your story and what inspires, nurtures you and brings you joy so we can amplify THAT!

As we each give ourselves the time and space to incubate ideas together, we grow stronger and mountainous challenges that feel insurmountable become manageable.The things we’ve been resisting become food for fueling dreams and goals. The light at the end of the tunnel becomes brighter and we are not alone.

The power and wisdom women contain is ever abundant.

Let’s stop leaking energy and giving away our time thoughtlessly and instead direct it with intention.

I look forward to hearing your story and what inspires, nurtures you and brings you joy so we can amplify THAT!

As we each give ourselves the time and space to incubate ideas together, we grow stronger and mountainous challenges that feel insurmountable become manageable.The things we’ve been resisting become food for fueling dreams and goals. The light at the end of the tunnel becomes brighter and we are not alone.


Segment 2: Breaking Depletion for Brighter Visions

Burnout and depression are real.
Especially for women who are such GIVERS!

I love to nurture others and often show up as Superwoman to “save the day” when I feel like if I don’t do it no one else will.

This is a lonely old pattern. It’s not sustainable and often fosters resentments when I don't feel appreciated or reciprocated.

Familiar habits are often difficult to break.
Usually we get something out of them- feeling like we are “doing the right thing” or “being a kind person”.
Being self-sacrificing is an outdated act of nobility.
You simply can’t slake another’s thirst from an empty cup- and women have been “trained” to put others before themselves in many cultures and over centuries historically.

I’d like to design and new paradigm with you so you can:

  • Build a lifestyle that feeds your soul in ways that you inspire others to do the same.
  • Set yourself up for “success” and define clearly what that means to you.
  • Seek out friendships and community who will uplift and energize you, who will have your back.

If you think about it, the tendency to give has been much more popular than to receive.
It’s easier in many ways because it relieves us of the sense of obligation. Many of us perceive receiving with the idea that it puts us in a vulnerable position relationally.

Some of the key elements for reaching big goals and engaging potent Visions is delegation, working with teams and relying on others for support.

Asking for what you need can be challenging.

Allowing yourself to be seen authentically and deeply understood is invaluable to your self confidence and thriving in the face of challenges. 

Of which there will be no shortage.

I look forward to sharing more with YOU!
Bring friends and any women you believe might benefit from these conversations.
It’s time.