I LOVE guiding women's wellness retreats! Give your SELF a treat…and join us!

Paint the world with your body-loving feminine power…

discover YOU through Your Body Beloved program & retreats.

Women are daily bombarded with messages from the media that our bodies are not enough. Dispatches from the body itself remind us that hormones, illness, and stress are taking their toll on “women of a certain age.” Consequently, we are left feeling dissatisfied with the functionality and beauty of the bodies we will inhabit for the rest of our lives. Underneath this habitual physical fault-finding and its consequences on women’s self-esteem is a collective yearning to stop this heartbreaking cycle. It’s time to develop a more loving relationship with our own physicality.

The Female Body – all ages, shapes, and sizes – is the most exquisite manifestation of creative power on the planet. Period.

This is why Lynn Darnton, Caroline MacNeill Hall and Karin McDermott – well-respected executive coaches, leadership advisors, and teachers – created Your Body Beloved™, a program that transforms dissatisfaction and dis-ease into enduring love and gratitude. It’s a vital and audacious conviction… and it’s about time!

Your Body Beloved™ is a 4-month program, bookended by two weekend retreats, which will restore you to a loving relationship with your body. The program includes experiential learning in a community of peers, group coaching, reading and journaling exercises, breath and movement sessions, and homework assignments—nurturing practices all focused on deepening your love affair with you.

Body + Love = YourBodyBeloved

Teaching Guide.

I have been out and about lately. Actually, not really getting my groove on or hitting up the club scene or any otherwise wacky behavior, but out. I’ve been trying new yoga and fusion classes, and what I’ve found to be the new universal truth…not all classes are created equal. Nor are instructors. I always felt it truth-bearing to call myself a “guide”. I do believe that I am a teacher in all its descriptions –  years of gained personal experiences, acquired wisdom handed down by generous mentors, certifications and degrees (the least important in my opinion), low-valleys of life transformed into peaks of insight, and most importantly the humble knowledge that teaching has nothing to do with the teacher and everything to do with the student. That being said, “guide” leaves the possibility for the students own sense of self to merely be led on a path where their authentic world unfolds. I like that.