In this inspiring and honest conversation, Sara Avant Stover speaks openly about many of the personal challenges she has undergone over the last 5 years and how she has navigated some extremely challenging terrain.
- She speaks about everything from shame, to grief, to rage and how she has worked internally with some of the most confronting aspects of her own mind.
- Sara educates us about the steps of the Heroine’s Journey and shares many valuable lessons from The Book of SHE: Your Heroine’s Journey into the Heart of Feminine Power that she published 5 years ago.
- We touch on the concept of building a tolerance for uncertainty, sitting in the unknown and the cycles of death and dissolution.
- Sara shares about the medicine and gifts of each season both in the external world and in the season’s of our lives and discusses some of the healing modalities that have been most useful and effective for her.
- We explore the concept of the mid-life transition and everything that it entails and what it means to truly step into your full life’s work.
Sara Avant Stover (she/her) takes a yin and feminine approach to spirituality. In a container of unconditional love, she weaves ancient wisdom with modern living to heal the wounds and reveal the gifts of the Feminine– first through living her own experience fully and then through supporting others on their unique, embodied, and heart-centered journeys to psychospiritual wholeness.
A pioneering teacher of feminine spirituality for the past two decades, Sara’s the best-selling author of The Way of the Happy Woman: Living the Best Year of Your Life and The Book of SHE: Your Heroine’s Journey into the Heart of Feminine Power. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude from Columbia University’s all-women’s Barnard College. After a cancer scare in her early twenties, Sara moved to Chiang Mai, Thailand for a decade, traveled and taught around the world, and studied with some of our time’s spiritual luminaries.
The creator of the world’s first Women’s Yoga Teacher Training and an abortion support educator, Sara leads retreats internationally and has taught at Omega, Kripalu, 1440 Multiversity, and Shambhala Mountain Center. Her work– devoted to the remembrance of the Divine Feminine and integrating Buddhism, yoga, A Course in Miracles, non-dualism, animism, and psychology– has uplifted the lives of tens of thousands of women worldwide and has been featured in Yoga Journal, The Huffington Post, Newsweek, Natural Health, and on ABC, NBC, and CBS. She lives in Boulder, Colorado, the original homeland of the Arapaho, Cheyenne, and Ute peoples.