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Women of the Water brings restorative practices to Colorado women and water bodies to help them remember, repair, and deepen their relationships with each other so they can flow freely with full integrity and vitality.
Women and waterways alike are suffering under the stress of systematic and prolonged damming, diversion, pollution and misuse, resulting in internal and external landscapes that are too hot and too dry.
Women of the Water offerings are crafted to provide relief from these sources of suffering and build sustainable circles of support that prevent and mitigate future harm.
Lisa Cheney-Philp is the founder of Women of the Water and a dedicated apprentice to the arts of breathing new life into old stories, weaving the sacred threads, and transforming aching wounds into soul medicine.
She is guided by an insatiable curiosity and, as such, is trained to support others as an end-of-life doula, coach, creative facilitator, and river guide, among other things.
Lisa holds space in Fort Collins with her husband, Joel, and daughter, Juniper.
Each donation is a drop in the bucket. All donations go to the Women of the Water scholarship fund to help those with financial constraints access Women of the Water programs and services.