We are inundated with messages about body image, diets, and exercise from an early age, and these messages begin to take hold in our teens and affect our future health habits.
Girls struggle with physical mental, and social wellness now more than ever. This isn't surprising after being told what to do, how to react, what activities and behaviors are acceptable, what to eat, how to look, who to hang out with, and who to be - influenced by social media and those around them.
Our BECOME curriculum is the gateway to engaging in play, feeling good in their bodies, and stepping into their authentic selves.
The BECOME curriculum is founded in the Pillars of Play, and supports the ability to explore what makes us feel good, both physically and emotionally.
Our groups, workshops, retreats, and 1:1 coaching helps girls to find the support and tools they need to step into that vision they have of themselves and their future.
Our membership community connects girls with peers sharing similar interests and goals, and adults who can mentor them as they move into adulthood - addressing the questions and concerns that arise in ways that respect their values.
My goal has always been to help girls to shine their unique light and feel comfortable doing so. This happens by connecting to themselves, to nature, and to others who prefer to walk to their own beat and lift up others walking to theirs. While we may be walking separate paths, they are often parallel with each other and we can carry each other along the way... Let's continue to play together!
I love working with both girls and their moms, because both are experiencing similar struggles, but in different seasons of their lives.
When adolescent girls learn to connect to their bodies, they are better able to hold onto nourishing wellness habits as they move through adulthood, be grounded in their true identity, and be successful in their pursuits due to increased self-confidence.
When adult women learn to reconnect to their bodies, they experience relief from chronic pain, anxiety, and depression, reinvent themselves to live more authentically, and heal from past trauma to step onto a more fulfilling path for the second half of their lives.
In both cases, connecting with your body integrative wellness practices releases us from a life of questioning our decisions, silences our inner critics, and helps us to become that vision of ourselves we want to be. Strong, confident, healthy, and full of joy.
Daily ideas for play, resources to support living wholehearted and fully seen, and a community to connect and grow with.
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