What if???

As I sat in the freezing cold room at the workshop looking at my blank journal trying to figure out where all the emotion was coming from. I realized the sadness was the belief that I didn’t finish it. I didn’t get to finish the life with my husband like I wanted....

Manifest Your Future Workshop

                                      See your future unfold with the help of a Vision Board. On Friday November 16th we are going to start this process. With the help of my friend Yanet Ralls, you will begin to imagine the life you have always wanted. We will put...

How I Rode this Bucking Bronco

November 7, 2016. Driving home from the hospital alone. I wasn’t sure how or what to do next. How was I supposed to navigate life now that my husband had died? I spent a  year and a half doing what people said to do, Lean into the pain. Feel the emotions. Take it...

It takes time to learn to fly!

So, I may or may not have committed bird napping in the second degree. Unbeknownst to me, a mama bird decided to make my horse trailer her nesting place. Mama bird is a Wren. They find small holes and nest for safety. Last week I loaded up my horses and took them...
Equus Coaching

Equus Coaching

Come join us as we practice Equus Coaching!!! We are offering an afternoon of fun with the horses, a vision board exercise, and an opportunity to get privately...
Getting Unstuck

Getting Unstuck

This workshop is an introduction to an equus experience that may move you through an area of personal confusion, open your vision for setting goals, or reveal limiting thoughts that have you stuck.  You will share an afternoon among the trees in the presence of...
Never lose your curiosity

Never lose your curiosity

Curious about Equus Coaching? I have just gotten back from California where I learned and practiced coaching tools. In order to get my certification I am going to need to coach a few more people.  If you want to try Equus coaching and help me practice these tools, I...
Finding Your Joy

Finding Your Joy

I was considered a fairly serious kid for the most part. Serious in what I did. Serious about being the best at whatever it was I was doing at the time. That served me well growing up. I got a college degree, made the Deans list every quarter, built a business and...