About Becky Myrick

Practices that honor the wisdom of the body and heart have always been a calling for me. I have a passion for helping people find their authentic selves through the healing modalities & creativity tools best suited for each unique person.

My work is about listening and guiding people on the connecting paths of mind, body and spirit. Our emotions live in our bodies and are created by certain thoughts or patterns of thoughts or attitudes. It is only by learning to listen to our bodies that we can take the steps we need to live with less stress or pain and more authenticity. With tools for empowerment, you will start to see new options for self-care, reflection, balance & growth.

There is a deep well within us of vitality and spirit, courage & wisdom.

“This night will pass… then we have work to do. Everything has to do with loving and not loving.” (Rumi)

My classes are about bringing more joy, clarity of purpose & creativity into your life. Play is our birthright & a powerful means to self-awareness & transformation. We need support and affirmation more than we think. Creating that kind of space with others who have walked similar paths and wrestled with challenges of all kinds, we find new strength and revitalization. Life is full of changes & transitions but with support we become more grounded in our dreams, our hopes & our aspirations. We find out that there is a deep well within us of vitality and spirit, courage & wisdom.

The tools for empowerment I use are InterPlay, the Enneagram, Wellness & Spiritual Coaching, Higher Brain Living, Integrative Energy Therapies, & Art. These bring the benefits to a wide range of issues such as lack of purpose, burnout, insomnia, hormonal issues, adrenal fatigue, depression, anxiety and overall wellbeing.

My mission is to help you find your own inner wisdom through the power of self-expression and affirmation. We use forms of play that use visual arts, storytelling, movement, & voice empowerment.

“The flower doesn’t dream of the bee. It blossoms and the bee comes.”       (Mark Nepo)