Monette Chilson

Monette ChilsonAn award-winning writer whose work celebrates the feminine in God and God in the feminine, Monette Chilson is the author of Sophia Rising: Awakening Your Sacred Wisdom Through Yoga (Bright Sky Press, 2013). She’s contributed to numerous anthologies, as well as publications including Yoga Journal, Integral Yoga Magazine and Elephant Journal. My Name is Lilith (A Girl God Publication, 2017) is her first children’s book. Connect at www.SophiaRisingYoga.com.

Liz Plaster

Liz Plaster M.Ed. came here to be a compassionate coach, teacher and friend. She has over 25 years in research and application in human behavior.  Journeying through life as a cowgirl, speaker, business entrepreneur, educator, community leader, Jung Center instructor, award-winning author, artist, and drummer, Liz brings all she is to what she does.  Her Hair on Fire integrated systems approach – merges business leadership, emotional intelligence, wellness and best practices in coaching, sales, brain based education and adult learning.  www.LizPlaster.com

Tammy Davis

Tammy Davis is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance, which acknowledges the completion of a yoga teacher training with a Registered Yoga School (RYS).

Ann Bugh

I attended my first “SoulCollage® Sampler” workshop at the Jung Center in Houston in July, 2008—and became instantly “hooked” on this process before ever reading Seena Frost’s book SoulCollage® Evolving: An Intuitive Collage Process for Self-Discovery and Community. Many more workshops, and hundreds of “cards” later, I can’t say enough about the benefits of this practice for personal growth and community building.  Drawing a card from my deck of 200 cards as I ask “Who wants to support me today?” or “Who has something to tell me?” always triggers “just the right wisdom” at just the right time.

Andrea Longoria

Andrea Longoria is an artist at heart and has been the Creative Director for Blessings Within/Texas Red Tents since 2007 transforming our spaces and bringing her flair for the creative to many with her unique hands-on opportunities.  She is also a gifted henna artist.  Find out more on her website:  My Henna Lounge.com

 

Kathy Gregory

Hello, I’m Kathy! I’m an Institute for Integrative Nutrition Certified Wellness Coach providing one-on-one coaching, group coaching, workshops and cooking classes. I have learned the KEY to optimum health is BALANCE – in mind, body, and spirit.

I believe baby steps are the best strategy in overcoming an overwhelming problem. Good health is a process. There will be set-backs, but consistent movement forward is vital. It’s making the decision everyday that your health is your most important asset. It’s what allows you to best serve your family, friends, co-workers, and community. I truly feel the most important decision you can make for yourself is to invest in your health.

I live in The Woodlands, TX. I am wife to George and mom to Tyler and Olivia. We have two fur-babies, Freckles and Vader. I’m thankful I get to live my passion of helping others achieve their health goals.

 

Brandey Johnson

Brandey is a Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher and Aroma Therapist. She is also a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor who currently has a yoga practice in Abilene, TX at the Mantra Meditation Room and work for Texas Board of Pardon and Parole as a Counselor. All three of these practices found her through a passion to help others discover their personal power to be the best they can be through connecting to a higher consciousness of themselves. The practice of Kundalini Yoga is the yoga of awareness and allows an easy flow to that higher consciousness. She believes we all have the ability to create whatever we want in life and achieve happiness.

Leigh A. Craft

I am a postmodern feminist, in search of myself in the everyday roles of wife, mother, and wisdom-seeking crone. My family and I live on our little “Dos Hijas” Ranch in south-central Texas, keeping three dogs, an old cat, and four rabbits (currently—may be more soon). Horses for leisure riding and sheep for wool-crafting are destined for our lives in the spring.