Elevate Your Soul Business

Oh Love, aren’t you tired of saying, “I can’t afford that” while offering everyone else a discount? Teaching fifteen-dollar yoga classes and giving eighty-dollar massages can leave you lying on the ground depleted and undernourished.

The time for money exchange is not sustainable for a well-lived life and there is another way to live your passion and get paid to be you!

So many healers and teachers are in this boat.

Because we genuinely care and want to be of service.

Artists, yoga teachers, and massage therapists are the ones most often asked to donate their work. We also often end up making below minimum wage for the amount of time we put into our work.

And yet, to grow outside of the time for money model of doing business we often need to shift our belief systems. We worry about sales being sleazy or getting paralyzed by imposter syndrome. We tell ourselves the market is saturated, we’re not good at technology, or we simply don’t have the time.

Imagine you could:

Actualize a Prosperous Future

Learn to create a vision that lights you up, map out a strategic plan, and project your financial wins for the next 3 years.

Discover All the Tools You Need to Manifest Your Soul’s Great Work

Receive professional support of yogis who have been there, how-to templates, and a deeply nurturing environment to inspire and challenge you.

Increase Your Income in the First Month

Hit the ground running with exercises and tools to accelerate your income right away.

We are here to take you through that process with ease. Elevate Your Soul Business is a course developed specifically for For Yoga Teachers, Massage Therapists, and Wellness Professionals who want to leave behind struggle and step into aligned abundance. 

We are artists, yoginis, and mothers who kept a smile on our faces while scraping by as healers and teachers for many years.

There was an old trajectory when we took our first yoga teacher training.  It went a little something like this… After teacher training, teach for free as much as you can, work-study at a studio you like, or pay for classes there until they notice you and ask you to teach.  Teach whatever time is offered to you because it is a privilege.  Sub every chance you get.  And after teaching 15 classes a week for 7 or 8 years, lead a workshop, host training, and lead a teacher training.” 

This paradigm leads many to burnout and overwhelm. There is a better way! When we realize that service does not mean sacrifice, we are able to truly step into our calling and serve from a place of wholeness. 

Motherhood propelled both Summer and Jeanette into a higher vision of what a thriving life and business could look like. The search for balance, reciprocity, and abundance was not an easy one, especially when you are paving a path few have walked before. 

Through deep soul searching, decades of experience and mentorship, trial and error, and albeit, failure after failure, Jeanette and Summer have discovered the balance and the methods for creating a thriving life and business.

Now, they are coming together with their accumulated wisdom to help you carve a path free from all of the stumbling blocks.

Your Invitation

Whether you’re a Yoga Teacher, confused by the seven billion resources about running a business the “right way” or an experienced therapist who’s juggling, hustling, and trying to do… it… all…

Maybe you’re a Massage Therapist or Reiki practitioner struggling to promote yourself and find your client niche

Or perhaps you’re an “original,” living to the beat of your own drum, never quite fitting into any “group” and yet feeling lost at the same time.

Entrepreneurship can be a struggle at the best of times and completely overwhelming at the worst of times.

This course will help you get clear on your vision and create from a heart-centered place…

If Not Now, When?

You did not arrive in this little corner of the web by accident. You know in your heart you are meant for more and the threads of destiny are within your grasp. Build a legacy, experience profound abundance, and create the life you long for with loving guidance and support.

Join us today.



Summer and Jeanette

Ayurvedic Recipe For Ghee

Ayurvedic Recipe For Ghee

Ayurvedic Ghee Recipe


Have you had ghee? This golden elixir is one of the purest and most beneficial tonics according to Ayurveda. Ghee can be used as a substitute for butter in almost everything, it can be used for skincare, and is even supportive for brand new babies. Ghee has been used for thousands of years for food and medicine.

This buttery, nutty tonic may just become your new favorite food.


Here is a simple step-by-step recipe for making ghee.



1 lb of organic cultured butter from grass-fed or A2 cows



Place the butter in a heavy-bottomed stainless steel pot.

Bring to a gentle simmer. Do not stir.

You will see the milk solids begin to separate and a thin foam begin to form on top. They will eventually drop to the bottom of the pan.

Now you will want to watch the ghee and listen to the way it crackles. 

When the crackling sound stops and the ghee is a beautiful golden color with milk solids on the bottom of the pot and very little to none floating,  your ghee is done.

Remove from the heat and let cool. 

Strain into a sterilized mason jar with cheesecloth or coffee filters.

The whole process can take from 1-3 hours depending on your altitude. 


Things To Note:

– Ghee has a super stable shelf life.

– Ghee has a high smoke point. At about 450 degrees, ghee can be used for most cooking and baking projects.

– Most people who are lactose intolerant can tolerate ghee.

– Ghee is wonderful as an anti-inflammatory and aids the digestive process.

– Ghee. is a natural source of butyric acid which promotes good gut bacteria and helps your body assimilate nutrients.

– Ghee is keto-friendly.


Did your ghee burn? Did it turn brown and a little crispy? Don’t throw away your burned ghee.  Strain off the browned milk solids and you will have a wonderful nutty flavored treat. Use it in rice, in desserts, and on toast. It may even help your kids love broccoli.

White Paper: Yoga Therapy and Pain

White Paper: Yoga Therapy and Pain

This paper examines the role of yoga therapy in comprehensive integrative pain management (CIPM). The pain crisis is described, and how yoga therapists can contribute to its solution is explained. Yoga therapy can be an essential component of the multidisciplinary undertaking that will be required to improve patient outcomes and alter the trajectory of the global public health crisis constituted by an epidemic of poorly understood and inadequately addressed pain. Additional context and evidence are presented to document the effectiveness of yoga therapy interventions to support people living with pain. The white paper concludes by listing recommendations to providers, consumers, payers, and legislators, who together can address systemic and structural barriers to CIPM, as well as suggestions for enabling the yoga therapy profession to more fully participate in these solutions.

Source: White Paper: Yoga Therapy and Pain—How Yoga Therapy Serves in Comprehensive Integrative Pain Management, and How It Can Do More | International Journal of Yoga Therapy

How Can Yoga Help?

This is a great read for those wondering how Yoga Therapy can help with pain relief. I’ve found anecdotally, that Yoga Therapy is one of the best tools for managing both acute and chronic pain.  Through movement, breath, mindful awareness and compassion training, we can bring about great ease in our body and mind. Here is a free guide to pain.

If you’d like to go deeper, this free training is geared towards Yoga Therapy for back pain and spinal health.


Drop me a note and let me know how this lands for you.

Thay’s Poetry / Please Call Me by My True Names (song & poem) | Plum Village

We invite you to listen to Thich Nhat Hanh (Thay) read one of his most famous poems. It reflects a deep insight into how we cannot separate ourselves from the world around us, even those who do harm.

Don’t say that I will depart tomorrow—
even today I am still arriving.

Look deeply: every second I am arriving
to be a bud on a Spring branch,
to be a tiny bird, with still-fragile wings,
learning to sing in my new nest,
to be a caterpillar in the heart of a flower,
to be a jewel hiding itself in a stone.

I still arrive, in order to laugh and to cry,
to fear and to hope.
The rhythm of my heart is the birth and death
of all that is alive.

I am a mayfly metamorphosing
on the surface of the river.
And I am the bird
that swoops down to swallow the mayfly.

I am a frog swimming happily
in the clear water of a pond.
And I am the grass-snake
that silently feeds itself on the frog.

I am the child in Uganda, all skin and bones,
my legs as thin as bamboo sticks.
And I am the arms merchant,
selling deadly weapons to Uganda.

I am the twelve-year-old girl,
refugee on a small boat,
who throws herself into the ocean
after being raped by a sea pirate.

And I am also the pirate,
my heart not yet capable
of seeing and loving.

I am a member of the politburo,
with plenty of power in my hands.
And I am the man who has to pay
his “debt of blood” to my people
dying slowly in a forced-labor camp.

My joy is like Spring, so warm
it makes flowers bloom all over the Earth.
My pain is like a river of tears,
so vast it fills the four oceans.

Please call me by my true names,
so I can hear all my cries and laughter at once,
so I can see that my joy and pain are one.

Please call me by my true names,
so I can wake up
and the door of my heart
could be left open,
the door of compassion.

Source: Thay’s Poetry / Please Call Me by My True Names (song & poem) | Plum Village