There are many wonderful teachers and experts that have helped me over the years develop my practice and guided me in the self work I have done. I will honour them by sharing their work and info here 🙂 Check back regularly for updates!!
** to find out more about each person, click on their name to visit their website.
Heather Chauvin – Mom Is In Control
Heather Chauvin BSW has been named the next generation’s thought leader in parenting and women’s leadership. Her mission is to crack women open to their deep potential and help them create the life their soul craves.
Heather is the creator of the New & Noteworthy Podcast, the Mom Is In Control Podcast, and has been featured on the OWN network, Huffington Post, TV outlets and others. Through her Courageous Rewrite Initiative, Heather gives voice to many humans who courageously took inspired action to create lives they’re proud of.
With wit and wisdom, Heather inspires a global community of women to take back control of their lives and evolve how they lead, work, play, and parent.
Sarah McCrum – Take one human being. Add a Cambridge University education and 10 years in BBC Radio. Mix in 22 years of training with Chinese Masters. Then combine with a lot of common sense, diverse life experiences and a passion for inspiring leaders. The result is Sarah McCrum and she’s different to anything you’ve experienced before.
Sue Fitzmaurice – My motivation to coach, write, blog and facebook, is to present ideas about the world and issues and events within it, and to assist where I can in inspiring others to be all they can be and to reveal their purpose in this world. I hope to provide some nourishment for the heart, mind and soul.
Karen Maezen Miller – I’m a wife and mother as well as a Zen Buddhist priest at the Hazy Moon Zen Center Los Angeles, California. I write about spirituality in everyday life. My latest book is Paradise in Plain Sight: Lessons from a Zen Garden (New World Library, May 2014). I also wrote Hand Wash Cold: Care Instructions for an Ordinary Life (New World Library, 2010) and Momma Zen: Walking the Crooked Path of Motherhood (Shambhala, 2006)
My middle name is pronounced “May-zen” and it is my dharma name, or Buddhist name. My husband, daughter and I live in Sierra Madre, California, where we have a century-old Japanese garden in our backyard.