Game Changer: Using Coaching to Level Up!

A game changer is something that causes a significant shift in the way we do or think about something. “Leveling up” is about progressing to the next level. What have been the “game changers” in your life? Game Changers Some of the most powerful game changers can be partnering in significant relationships, finding your life’s […]

Celebration and New Beginnings

Celebration! Oh so many things to celebrate! A best seller book! Three years blogging! New Beginnings! A new career! A successful new business – Coaching Dynamic Aging! A brand new website! An opportunity to review Katy Bowman’s newest course release with Jill Miller called Walking Well!  And a way to virtually celebrate yourself? Does it get […]


Let’s dance! This is an invitation to join me in taking a moment to dance with the possibility of making a difference in your life and in the lives of others. Dance with your body, your mind, your spirit, your soul, your heart. Close your eyes for just a moment and see, feel, hear yourself […]

Coping and Contributing in Place

Dynamic aging while sheltering in place means different things to different people. Here is how we are coping and contributing. What are you up to? Please share in our Comments section “what’s happening in your neck of the woods?” Joyce In the initial two weeks of shelter in place I realized immediately the enforced solitude […]

No Butt, No Pelvic Floor – Know Butt, Know Pelvic Floor

Who knew that not having a butt could be an indication of a lack of pelvic floor health!?!  Join us for this series of exercise classes designed to help you “know” more about your gluteal (butt) muscles and their connection to pelvic floor health. Come learn exercises that you can integrate into your daily life […]

Pelvic Floor Restore

““In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity.” Albert Einstein. What opportunity could pelvic organ prolapse repair surgery present? The opportunity to start with organs that have been restored closer to their natural alignment and rebuild the supporting muscles. This post is about my rediscovery of  how the pelvic floor and supporting muscles work optimally […]

Uncertainty and Opportunities

In this time of uncertainty around the world, people are creating new and unique opportunities and resources for bringing communities together and supporting one another. Here are a few for your consideration. Uncertainty The following is a blog post titled Uncertainty published by my coach training alma mater, McLaren Coaching. It is shared here in […]

Gratitude in Life

There is nothing like an unexpected event or set of circumstances to make us aware of  the many places in life we can find reasons for gratitude. Gratitude for Recovery I had pelvic prolapse surgery on 2/27/2020. The surgery appears to be successful. I say appears because I am only two and a half weeks […]

Preparing for Surgery

What do you notice about yourself when you read the words “preparing for surgery?”  What feelings come up? Fear. Anticipation. Excitement. Sadness. Depression. Empathy. Curiosity. Anxiety. Exasperation. What are your beliefs around surgery? Preparing for Surgery In 2008 I was diagnosed with POP (Pelvic Organ Prolapse). Simply put, it is the pelvic organs heading south […]