Are you caught in a loop?

Message from Elizabeth. . . .on a personal note . . .

This winter I took things into my own hands and made a plan to escape NYC. I was lucky to be able to get away to Santa Fe, New Mexico. The timing couldn’t have been more perfect for me as I must admit that January is often a month I find myself in a deep funk.

While in Santa Fe, I decided to take myself on a hike near town. I had covered it with someone else so I thought it should be easy enough for me to do it on my own. So off I headed down the trail taking in the vista views, the immense quiet (living in NYC the lack of sound can me an incredible experience), the cool breeze and the pecking of a woodpecker on a dead tree. I found myself really enjoying it, huffing and puffing a bit, clearing my head and opening to new ideas.

Every once in a while I kept coming to a fork in the path and needing to choose which direction to take. Each time, I kept taking what I thought was a different loop. And then as I would head down the path, I would realize that I had already walked this way. My first instincts were to keep going forward until I looped back around again. I assumed I would choose another route the next time around. . . no harm done, as all was well, beautiful, and I was getting some great exercise.

After doing this at least three, maybe four, times I was starting to wonder exactly how I was going to get myself back to the trailhead to find the car. Ironically, no one had come along the entire time!

I realized I was having my very own Groundhog Day occurrence where I kept looping around the exact same way over and over! This was kind of funny really but also how was I going to shift out of this loop?

So halfway through another loop I realized I needed to find a new direction, literally stir things up and the best way to do that was to turn around and go back the way I came. No die-hard hiker wants to backtrack so this wasn’t easy. I just knew I had to break up my pattern!

How many of us stay stuck in patterns that repeat themselves over and over in our lives?

Are you willing to make a u-turn, take a sharp left, head in the direction of the unknown?

I know that in more ways than just this day I went hiking, I am ready to make some sharp turns, go in new directions and open to new paths.

Stay tuned for more changes in my life. For starters, I am excited to invite you to join me in the upcoming new ventures I am bringing through. See below for details in April and stay tuned for more programs soon!


In April, I am embarking on a new collaboration with my friend and colleague Kimio Wheaton.

We have a designed a 3-Part Series, Dynamic Balance in Relationship to explore how to create balance, harmony, and collaboration in relationship.

Together we will be inquiring . . .

  • How can we create balance and harmony within ourselves in today’s world?
  • How can we relate from a place of understanding and compassion?
  • How can we open to balance the masculine and the feminine in modern day society?

This three-part series is dedicated to expanding and experiencing relationship in a unique manner through opening to all of what we are.

Together, we will create a fun, interactive and sacred space permitting a deeper inquiry for everyone. Expect to walk away feeling spacious, open, and true to what you are and why you are here.

Everyone is welcome and please invite a friend!


Dynamic Balance in Relationship

Sundays on April 3rd, 10th, and 17th from 2- 4 pm, Upper East Manhattan, NYC

Cost is $225 but preregister is encouraged by March 27th, only pay $215!

Space is limited so sign up now:

This is the first time for Kimio and I to collaborate in bringing through the new reality of relating in harmony in your life. If you feel called to open more to who you are and relating in authentic, grounded ways with everyone in your life, please join us in this exploration. We also greatly appreciate if you share this opportunity with others and spread the word!

To further introduce our work, and ourselves we will be offering a live call on the evening of Wed. March 23rd. Stay tuned for more details.


Do you know someone you could introduce me to? I am reaching out as I have some openings in my schedule to work with one-on-one clients.

I wanted to share this with you to see if you knew of anyone who might be ready for support and growth in their lives.

If you know of anyone that might need some support and guidance in their life, let’s talk. I am seeking new connections in my work and my endeavors.

Reach me at or at 917.309.7612.

I am here to help.