The “Pink Cloud” is a state of being. It’s a set-point of all the powerful and positive truths of you. It pulls you forward toward dreams and goals and keeps you safely anchored through the storms in life.
Because I am so passionate about using exercise as a conduit for life improvements I am offering a special:
4 session package $200.00
Sessions will be within 5 miles radius of Lake Oswego
A few suggested walks:
Sellwood park trail along water front or neighborhood (can walk without hills)
Mountain Park Lake Oswego has 8 miles of dedicate walking trails (many hills)
Mary S. Young has great walking trails (can walk without hills)
And many neighborhoods
Low traffic is preferred for safety and talking purposes
Private Cloud Walks are 60 minutes
We will walk as long or short as you can want. It’s YOUR time.
The topic and conversation is driven by YOU around you’re struggle with food and/or alcohol
Questions that have come up:
Do I only walk once a week? You will only walk once per week with me. There will be accountability calls, emails, or texts in-between sessions as you will need to walk a few more times for maximum benefit. We will work on a route and schedule so there are no excuses.
What if I can’t walk for an hour? I don’t have any expectations and look forward to working with you even if you can only walk 10 minutes. We will make good use of your time. Remember, you have a very knowledgeable health, wellness, entrepreneur, relationship, sobriety, woman interests, enthusiast at your beckon call during that hour. Use it to discuss whatever challenges you in the moment.
Can I try before I buy? Absolutely, schedule a free coaching consultation call by going to: My Contact Page.
Can I schedule to walk with you more than once per week? Yes, your sessions are for you to use as you wish.
Why are these sessions less than your regular coaching sessions? Two reasons: First, I am not “coaching” you on an end result or goal. We are walking and talking. I will give you 100% of my time, attention, and coaching prowess during our walk, but there is no in-between communication or accountability, additional homework, or personal growth exercises assigned.
Second, I want to offer an affordable high value opportunity for women to make progress in their life goals who are aware of unhealthy patterns.
Exercise is the best medicine. It can change your state of body, mind, and spirit! It doesn’t have to be brutal. It’s as simple as putting one foot in front of the other.
“If you judge people you have no time to love them.” ~Mother Teresa
I recently shared a picture of Mother Teresa with this quote on my personal Facebook page. It touched my heart and apparently many others, as a few shared the photo from my post, many likes, and a comment or two. I never know what will grab the attention of my friends and family on Facebook, and quite frankly, I don’t put a lot of thought into it either. My posts happen by chance. When I have some time I will browse as far as I can through the many updates and newsfeeds, and if something touches my heart, I will share it. It could be something that resonated with me and in alignment with my understanding, thought provoking, something that made me giggle, or something simply beautiful.
Well this quote was something that resonated with me and simply beautiful. However, while I was running and processing a thousand different things I landed on this quote. And as I heard Mother Teresa’s words in mind, I recalled a presentation I did the other day to a woman’s group giving 7 non-traditional tips for a greater health and wellness story, and one of the tips was to “Fall in love with your life and with you”. I started thinking…”If I judge myself I have no time to love me”.
Wow! That was an awakening. I consciously work at not judging people, places or things. I try to learn from every opportunity and become more aware that difference doesn’t mean right or wrong, good or bad…it’s just different. The gift of freedom from this awareness is beyond words and I encourage you to try it on for size. Getting back to the point…Am I as accepting of myself as I am of others? This is definitely an area I am working on.
I ask you, “Do you judge yourself?”
I invite you to join me in becoming aware of judging yourself and instead of ruling right or wrong, good or bad, simply take it as information and do better next time.