What in the World is Wellness Coaching? With the massive increase in chronic diseases within the United States, and a medical system that is challenged to handle the day to day management of what goes along with the living, breathing issues of these patients, a newer methodology has presented itself called Wellcoaching. Wellcoaching was specifically […]
Why we LOVE Margaret and why we think YOU will TOO!
Whether you are climbing Mount Insurmountable in your personal, professional, athletic, health, or spiritual life and have been left somewhere upside down wondering which way is up, you have ARRIVED at your safe haven at The Mother Rising. You are just a hot foot soak, a gentle hug and a cup of tea a way […]
All we need is love
For some of you, it’s running, some walking, some going to the gym…the cycling class, zumba, pilates…for me it’s pretty much yoga. I like to swim and cycle, hike and even tai chi and belly dancing also, but there’s just nothing like a good yoga class. I love all the different teachers. I didn’t used […]
Hippity Hop -Estara’s on her way!
(Note to reader – I wrote this at the end of March, just before Easter, but my fellow Mother Rising crew voted I post it and share even if Estara’s official season has past. Hope you enjoy!) There are so many layers of discovery that our lives hold. Everything from whom we meet or interact […]
The Rainbow Ikea Connection
Several months after having moved into my new apartment in Tiburon, I had returned from a trip to Ikea, another venture in furnishing my new lovely home. I sat washing the recently purchased kitchen items. I felt a warmth of happiness resound through me as I allowed myself to soak in the goodness of the […]
Minivan to Magic Bubble Bus
It wasn’t my idea. I have to give credit to a friend in my women’s circle, Tami. She was sharing one evening that when things got all blocked up with traffic and she and the her children were stuck in the car, their solution was to pull out bubbles and blow them out the window. […]
Chocolate Coated Tears
I had been sleeping for months on an inflatable mattress on the floor of a small room that had once been the office of my ex-grandfather in law. I had carved it out as my office in a desperate struggle to find something in the house that was mine. The room appeared to have been […]
It was covered in yellow vinyl siding suffocating the life and breath of it’s inner beauty. We rescued this 1940’s small two bedroom one bath family home both from the vinyl in the front and the ivy trying to crawl over it from the back in 1999 when it became ours. It was our first […]