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Women of the Water is about rediscovering, bringing up to the surface, and embodying the gifts of the wild, watery Feminine spirit.
When we reclaim these gifts we grow our individual and collective capacity to engage in the daunting yet integral work of weaving the sacred threads and restoring the web of Life.
Women of the Water seeks to weave the threads and restore Life by:
forming a collective of women and women-owned businesses along Colorado's Front Range that carry the gifts of the wild, watery Feminine spirit to foster connection, collaboration, and co-creation
increasing visibility and access to the critical network of support this collective provides,
inviting women curious about or actively seeking embodiment of these gifts into well-held spaces for explorations shallow, deep and everything in between,
and creatively telling the truest and most beautiful stories we can about what happens along the way.
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 currently holds space in Denver, Colorado with her husband, Joel, and daughter, Juniper.
Each donation is a drop in the bucket. All gifts received will be added to the Women of the Water scholarship fund that helps connect those with financial constraints to death planning services.