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Health Journeys

Health Journeys

Meghan’s Coaching Story

September 21, 2018

I’m delighted to have the opportunity to introduce you to Meghan from The Woodlands. She’s a 42-year old mother and wife with a successful career in business development. Meghan had family and friends who had worked with me in the past but always found herself too busy to seek help. When she did initiate an…

Cassandra’s Coaching Story

September 17, 2018

Please allow me to introduce you to Ventura, CA-based artist and entrepreneur Cassandra Tondro. Cassandra and I met last spring when she felt that her health issues were keeping her from functioning optimally in her work and from doing things socially that she wanted to do. At the end of her eight-session coaching package I…

Molly’s Story: Crohn’s Part IV

March 24, 2018

These past three weeks, we revisited a series that followed Molly’s incredible journey from her tremendous grief and debilitating Crohn’s symptoms after the passing of her mother, to her experience and overcoming of secondary symptoms, to the eventual discovery of a healing path. As Molly’s practitioner, I could not be more pleased with her willingness…

Living Creatively: Courage Part II

Sep 25, 2017 | 1 Comment
group walking near the Shambala Center

Living Creatively: Courage Part II “When someone makes a decision he is really diving into a strong current that will carry him places he has never dreamed of when he first made that decision.” – Paulo Coehlo, The Alchemist Often we are faced with decisions and the answers that speak from your core of being defy all logic. The day I began listening to that voice was the day I began living creatively and with courage. It took the first…

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Living Creatively: Courage

Sep 11, 2017 | 0 Comments
courage to live creatively

Let me ask you this question: If you could put your fears aside, what would you be doing differently right now in your life? Would it be a new career path, a change in how or with whom you spend your time, a new routine for starting each day, or would you learn a new skill set? Whatever comes up, that thing that popped into your head before you quickly discounted it for being ridiculous or impossible is probably exactly…

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Cowboy: A "Squirrelly" Case To Consider

May 5, 2017 | 1 Comment

This is far from a typical case in my office but there were multiple positive lessons involved! Three weeks ago, on a beautiful Saturday morning, I gave an informal talk in the garden of a South Austin treasure, The Herb Bar. Well, as you can imagine, it attracts an eclectic bunch and I always come prepared for all things possible. What I actually wasn’t prepared for, however, was to meet Suzanne and her rat poison damaged squirrel, Cowboy. Suzanne had…

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A Different Approach To Managing Your Health

Mar 28, 2017 | 0 Comments
mother and daughter

I have a question for you as you begin this new year:   Who will manage your health?   I hope my clients out there will answer that they are the managers of their health.   And why is that?   There isn’t anyone who knows more about your symptoms than you do and to stay on top of your game you are going to have to take charge. You don’t have to have all of the answers but you certainly…

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A Weekend To Remember!

Mar 15, 2017 | 3 Comments

These past eighteen months I’ve had the most fortunate experience of supporting Homeopaths along the east coast integrate Gemmotherapy extracts into the protocols they are now offering their clients. Last year I made several trips to the Boston area to teach day long seminars, each one warmly received and quite rewarding for me as well. At one point, however, I was struck with the idea of offering a deeper and more meaningful venue, one in which we could connect with…

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