Wisdom traditions teach us that all aspects of our being are interconnected and to be healthy means to be whole, to be holy.
Growth is not about being perfect, or even "better" in some way, but simply to reclaim our wholeness by honoring the unity of body, mind, and spirit.
Using techniques grounded in 30 years as a practitioner of East Asian medicine, somatic therapy, and Sufi practice, Mary now mentors women individually and in groups to embody this unity of being.
To reclaim the elemental energies of our wholeness, we
- Listen to the wisdom of the body
- Turn toward the longing of the soul
- Embrace everything in our lives - joy and sorrow, light and dark, spirit and matter
Together we will listen to the messages of your dreams, bodily symptoms, and occurrences in daily life to understand their meaning for you and what is needed to take the next step on your journey.
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Rhythms of Change – The Book
East Asian medicine has a profound understanding of the oneness of body, mind, and spirit. Rhythms of Change takes you on a journey that reveals the ancient wisdom of the Taoists and applies it to the challenges of daily life. The book discusses the five elemental energies in nature and within our own bodies and psyches. Most importantly, the book guides you to engage these energies more deeply in your own life.
Looking back at when I started doing mentoring work with Mary, I was alone in the depths of fear, grief, and rage. With her kindness and compassionate nature she helped me access the inner strength that was needed to grow beyond the loss I had suffered. Her coaching has helped me to redefine my values and is always a gentle reminder to live according to those values. Her knowledge and experience is what make her truly unique and incredibly helpful.
Soleiana Abernathy, acupuncturist and rancher
Mary helped me understand my habitual patterns and transform them into new daily practices that are more aligned with what I want. In a few short months of working with Mary, I began to witness significant changes in my productivity and quality of life. Play, joy and lightness are once again companions. Most important of all, she helped me align myself with the true purpose of this one precious life I’ve been given. I am profoundly grateful to Mary as a guide on this journey.
Michelle Villadares, teacher and poet