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R.I.S.E. above resistance

The RISE routine blazes a trail for action without overwhelm. Get REAL about the resistance. IMAGINE the ideal outcome. SIMPLIFY your action steps and EXECUTE with ease!

In many cases, fear is fueling your resistance. Fear of objections and judgment. Fear of the unknown. Fear of being vulnerable. Resistance fueled by fear leaves you stuck, overwhelmed and actively engaging in self-sabotage. You pull back and tell yourself the project needs just a few tweaks. In the best case scenario, you end up frustrated because you tweaked your way into an entirely different project. In the worst case scenario, you end up feeling resentful. Resistance fueled by fear will drag you down and beat you with experience. It will always stand in the way of satisfaction.

A RISE routine equips you with a strategy to take action without overwhelm, fueled by satisfaction and confident to share your creative genius with the world.

No riding is involved, not experience necessary. Show up, Be brave, Trust the process.

Why Horses?

Horses are masters of authenticity. Horses engage fully in every moment as it is. No should or what if. No judgement, No lies. In the presence of horses, you can discover and connect with your deepest truth. Leave the arena with clarity about what matters most from the inside out.

Rise above resistance and amplify your creative best with wisdom and support directly from our horse partners. 

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What Do Participants Say?

“I especially enjoyed working with Michelle. With her gentle guidance and wisdom, I was led to the discovery of personal insights that helped me create wonderful positive change in my life.” –Janet, CO
“Michelle was able to help me identify a familiar uncomfortable habit and give me the tools to recognize it and counteract it instantly as it arises in my everyday life” –Paula, MA
“Very informative! The knowledge I gained has made me more conscious and present in all of my interactions, whether with those who have two legs or four!” –Dana, OH

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