The Sisterhood


R.A.W.

Real. Aligned. Worthy.

When it hurts to look back and you're afraid to look ahead, 
you can look beside you and the Sisterhood will be there.

Becoming a member of the sisterhood is as easy as the decision to give up the ideal, and become Real. The decision to follow your heart. The decision that you are Worthy.

This decision can change you life, your outlook, the energy that flows through you. Moving from stuck to fluid. The term RAW is no accident.


  • Real. As in how you really show up. Without the hairspray and the heels. Without faking it to make it. The real you, the one that doesn't fit in that ideal box. The you with your own unique strengths and challenges.
  • Aligned. As in abiding in your own true nature. Reveling in it. Listening to your gut. Making decisions from your hearts center. Looking inside yourself for whats nourishing, rather than the latest fit or money magaizine.
  • Worthy. As in, you are worth it. You matter. You're voice and your actions have incredible value.


The RAW Sisterhood is a place to practice heart to heart communication skills, to heal wounds. to find the courage to act upon that 'still small voice within'. A place to share a vision, and define a mission. A Place where we can create a community of women where we can learn to be more fully ourselves while simultaneously becoming an integral part of a group.

By becoming a part of the Sisterhood you are immediately surrounded by unconditional love, support and acceptance. You are also making a commitment to be there for other woman. You are making the decision to act with increased awareness. To be curious and compassionate toward your sisters. To ask questions and listen with your heart. You are committing to serving others, and allowing others to serve you. You are vowing to show up just as you are in every moment. And supporting others in doing the same. You are committing to the possibility of lifelong friendship.


"If all of my friends jumped off a bridge, I wouldn't jump with them, 
I'd be at the bottom to catch them."