For Bookings: (571) 594-6176

BONUS: Get Your Free Chapter of The Memory Box

Choose yourself today.

Choose yourself today.

It is what it is.  Accept it, learn from it, and grow from it. It doesn’t matter what you’ve done; what truly matters is what you do from here. And what you need to remember right now is that you can’t heal yourself in the same exact environment where you got sick.  You need to surround yourself with situations and people that push you to heal and grow.  Less drama, less mess. Because the truth is, you won’t always be a priority to others—or to the world’s agenda at large—and that’s why you need to be a priority to yourself.  Learn…
Read More »

Warning: “Don’t Touch the Blossoms!”

Warning: "Don't Touch the Blossoms!"

“The effort to bring cherry blossom trees to Washington, D.C., preceded the official planting by several decades. In 1885, Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore returned from her first trip to Japan and approached the U.S. Army Superintendent of the Office of Public Buildings and Grounds with the idea of planting cherry trees along the reclaimed waterfront of the Potomac River. Scidmore, who would go on to become the first female board member of the National Geographic Society, was rebuffed, though she would continue proposing the idea to every Superintendent for the next 24 years. Several cherry trees were brought to the region by individuals in this period, including one that was the location of a…
Read More »

It’s Women’s History Month: Meet Henrietta Lacks

It's Women's History Month: Meet Henrietta Lacks

Henrietta Lacks was born in 1920 in Roanoke, Virginia. On January 29, 1951, Lacks went to Johns Hopkins Hospital to diagnose abnormal pain and bleeding in her abdomen. Physician Howard Jones quickly diagnosed her with cervical cancer. During her subsequent radiation treatments, doctors removed two cervical samples from Lacks without her knowledge. She died at Johns Hopkins on October 4, 1951, at the age of 31. HeLa Cells The cells from Lacks’s tumor made their way to the laboratory of researcher Dr. George Otto Gey. Gey noticed an unusual quality in the cells. Unlike most cells, which survived only a few days,…
Read More »

Tyra's intuition and ability to coach you beyond the pain of your past and inspire you to do the work
necessary to step boldly into your future is phenomenal. She is one of the wisest women I know and I
am delighted to have her in my corner, cheering me on along the way. With Tyra on my side, I am confident that I will move through the challenges life brings.”

Lethia Owens, President/CEO, Game Changers International, Inc.

Disclaimer - Coaching services provide support, guidance and insight for clients and should in no way be viewed as professional counseling or therapy. It should be noted that with any coaching session, outcomes have many intervening variables and many possible outcomes.

Website Design and Online Marketing by

WordPress Image Lightbox Plugin