I wrote a blog a few years ago about the 10 signs you need Women in the Rockies. Many of our women refer to that blog as a turning point when they decided to book the retreat the first time. Sometimes we encounter someone who wants to come but is blocked by one of the reasons below. So we thought we would go through the rationale for why those reasons might not be true. Keep Reading!
Coach Notes for Women in the Rockies
Few of us lose or maintain weight by desire because intentions without a viable game plan are no plan at all. We need an engagement process that offers a new awareness and approach to our love/hate relationship with food. We call this intention implementation system mindful eating. Keep Reading!
1. You feel a deepening ache for the mountains in the fall. They are calling you.
2. Your dream mountain adventure takes place in a beautiful location with luxury accommodations. Roughing it is not your style.
3. You want to live a more healthy life and are at a loss of how to do it. Keep Reading!
The women who attended the our annual Women in the Rockies retreat last fall came as ten individuals and left as a herd. On the first day, horse herd behavior was introduced as a means of inclusion and self-protection. By understanding how herds communicate, they learned about the self protection herds provide to all members and the automatic acceptance and inclusion a herd offers. Keep Reading!
The mountains are calling and I must go—John Muir
When our kids were little, I made the bold decision to book a family vacation at the C Lazy U Guest Ranch near Granby, Colorado. We were living in Los Angeles, and my dream was have our girls experience what I had loved about growing up near the Rocky Mountains. What started as a vacation wound up being a turning point in my life. Keep Reading!