Upcoming Events


Peaceful Parenting Workshop
October 3,10,17 & 24 | 6-7:30pm

Peaceful Parenting

Using Positive Discipline Strategies to Create a Calm and Joyful Home

This four-week parent workshop is for parents who want to create more loving, more fulfilling, and more connected family relationships. Positive discipline provides parents with non-punitive, respectful methods of parenting that will incorporate kindness and firmness into parenting.

This class will explore

--Strategies that encourage children to think for themselves, become more responsible and have greater respect for themselves and others.

--Common sense solutions to replace nagging, bribing, punishing, and yelling.

--Appropriate expectations for children

--The art of changing the way you interact with your child in order to encourage your child to do better

--The practice of focusing on solutions instead of punishments

--The use of positive communication skills to effectively handle parenting challenges

--How to help your child develop cooperation, responsibility, and problem-solving skills while creating a more peaceful family environment

Positive Discipline focuses on non-punitive, respectful methods of parenting

Cost is $80 for the 4 weeks for 2 family members

Debbie Midcalf, MAEd, is a Certified Parent Coach and Positive Discipline Classroom Educator. She has worked in the field of early childhood education for thirty years and is currently employed as an adjunct instructor at College of the Desert and Brandman University. She coaches parents and educators on the principles of Positive Discipline strategies so that they can find joy and calm in the midst of chaos. Debbie believes that every child should be afforded the opportunity to a joyful childhood in which they feel secure, loved, and valued.

Sound Bath Sundays
Sunday, October 14, 2018 at 5pm

Sound Bath Meditation with Billy Cordell
This is a 60 minute experience that will not only relax but rejuvenate.
People often describe that they feel like they are being submerged in sound, like the sound waves created by the Tibetan singing bowls are a visceral thing and they are washed in waves of water. They use words like “cleansed” and “cleared” to describe their experience.
One Tibetan Bowl Practitioner said "I like to joke that there’s mindful meditation and mind-emptying meditation; Sound Bath is the latter. You see, your brain is like a human computer. You have all these tabs open and, over time, your system will remind you that it’s time to reboot. When you finally allow your system to re-calibrate, what happens? It comes back faster, fresher and clearer."
Bring your yoga mat, pillow and blanket or you are welcome to use our props.
This is a donation based class.  

September 2018

The Path is a nourishing blend of yoga, connection and self-discovery.  It's not just a yoga class; it's a journey taken with like minded women that creates a bond of support that we crave & need. This connection is fundamental to thrive in our human-ness as moms, friends, partners, entrepreneurs, wives and sisters... ad infinitum. 
We have GROWN! This Fall, The Path will be offered on two DIFFERENT days; Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Choose which day works for you and grab a friend!

The Fall Session is NOW CLOSED

*Get on the Wait List for November by clicking the button below



"Your body is an absolute mirror of your mind. As you worry, your body shows it. As you love, your body shows it. As you are overwhelmed, your body shows it. As you are angry your body shows it. Every cell of your body is being allowed or resisted by the way you feel.
'My physical state is a direct reflection of how I feel',
instead of
'How I feel is a direct reflection of my physical state'."  ~Abraham Hicks



“Live with intention. Walk to the edge. Listen hard. Practice wellness. Play with abandon. Laugh. Choose with no regret. Appreciate your friends. Continue to learn. Do what you love. Live as if this is all there is.” ~ Mary Radmacher.



“I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgement; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship.”

~ Brene Brown


about  jen

Hi!  I am so glad that you stopped by.  Please have a look around. Take your time and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.  You can do that here.

A little about me:

Most of my adult life I have been a teacher.  Out of college, I wrote curriculum and grants for  inner city schools in Seattle and Bellevue. After I found my post college sea legs,  I taught golf for nearly 20 years.  In 2011, I started a new teaching gig; raising my son. However, I think he is teaching me more than I am teaching him.

I am a Yoga Teacher, Founder of Recover You™ and The Path.  I am a Mentor, Holistic Coach, Writer, Entrepreneur and Professional Student. My most important job, however, is partnering with my husband to be an example and a light for our son.


  • 200 RYT, Yoga Alliance
  • Master Life Coach
  • C.H.E.K. Golf Biomechanic
  • LPGA Class A Professional
  • Yin Yoga Certified, Yoga Alliance
  • Gentle Yoga Certified
  • Yoga For Golfers, Level I &II
  • Pre-Natal Yoga Certified
  • Former Division I & Mini Tour Player


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It’s not just the people come and gone

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