Women of the Water is about rediscovering, and bringing up to the surface, the gifts of the wild, watery Feminine spirit.
Only upon reclaiming and learning to fully embody these treasures may we begin the arduous, daunting, and entirely necessary task of weaving them back into the fabric of our everyday experiences.
Women of the Water seeks to bring this vision to fruition by engaging in deep listening, courageous conversation and soul-powered acts of service and creation that grow both the individual and the collective.
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, youth facilitator, yoga teacher, river guide, and master community gardener. She also holds BA, BENVD, and MURP degrees from Colorado universities.
Lisa currently holds space in Denver, Colorado with her husband and daughter. Together they are plotting their great escape from city life to the undulating curves and meandering flow of life along the riverbank.