Happy New Year’s 2019

Storybook Time ~ A new year, a blank canvas, a story waiting to be told. What’s your story? Your story has yet to fully be told. Do you believe in fairytales? What if the Universe gave you three wishes? What if It gave you more? What’s your deepest, heart’s desire? Live the Dream! Storybook Time! Learn to tell a better story! ~ http://TeresaAnnFoxworthy.com ~ #NewYear #Storybook #inspire #inspiration #bliss #joy #teresaannfoxworthy #teresafoxworthy #author #lifecoach #inspirationalquotes #songwriter #screenwriter #cosmicangel #keynotespeaker #tantra #yoga #meditation #inspirationalspeaker #datingcoach #couplesgoals #fengshui #astrology #chakras #chakra #shakti #prana #alive #live #life

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Winter Solstice 2017

Winter Solstice 2017
Dear Family & Friends!!
Merry Christmas from San Diego!
Wishing you and your family all the Love and Happiness that Heaven offers!
As this year comes to a close, let’s review some highlights. During the first quarter, I spent time in Santa Barbara, visited Hearst Castle, and opened a Foxhaven Marin in Tiburon, CA. My birthday party was in Sausalito. I’m a Valentine’s Eve Baby, and spent this year with a nice circle of friends. During the Springtime, I spent time seeing clients and hosting Mermaid Swim Dates at Foxhaven Marin.
During this past Summer, I facilitated women’s retreats in Ocean City, MD in the Mid-Atlantic. This was where I first taught Hatha Yoga while I was still in high school. It was so lovely to return there all these years later and feel as if I had arrived full circle. I hosted a Labor Day party for family & friends there as well. I also saw clients at Foxhaven Baltimore in Towson, MD, where I teach meditation, relationship skills, and over 20 holistic modalities.
Now, my itinerary has me in Carlsbad, CA for the next six months, before returning to Baltimore. Since Thanksgiving, I’ve led a women’s workshop, Feminine Radiance, at Foxhaven San Diego, here in Carlsbad, where we have a beautiful facility. As we enter 2018 I will continue with a women’s support group, teaching meditation, doing relationship coaching, and working on my book, as well as a compilation CD, to benefit those affected by this year’s fires in California.
Eleven years ago, I left San Diego when my mom called to say she needed me. Returning here for the first time since 2009 has been very exciting. I helped my parents for years; being bi-coastal has been fun. And now, I shall continue leading workshops for women in my favorite places, as well as continue with my creative projects.
I look forward to seeing you in the coming year, or at least hope to receive news from you on how you are doing. There’s always more to look forward to as we get creative with our lives.
So, my holistic centers are currently in 3 locations: SF (Tiburon), Baltimore (Towson), and San Diego (Carlsbad). It’s very rewarding teaching people about meditation, yoga, communication and relationship skills, essential oils, energy medicine and other holistic techniques for their personal evolution.
I can feel my whole life has led me exactly where I am.
Having started teaching yoga when I was 17, health & wellness has been a focus through all my other projects.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Meanwhile, feel blessed.
Teresa

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Life Coach

Teresa Ann Foxworthy ~ Life Coach

 

After I was sidelined by a work-related injury, I had to reboot my life all over again. “Failure was not an option.”

Have you ever felt like that?

Are you in transition and need support?

My life coaching expertise spans over 20 years, working with senior executives at Fortune 500 companies. I help with wellness goals, relationship challenges, interior decor, wardrobes, business strategies, social media, you name it, after assisting with a dozen or more hi-tech start-ups, I’ve baby sat, cheered, engineered, and facilitated more than you even want to know.

Are you looking for a life coach? Get inspired here.

Contact me and let’s talk about it.

 

Self-Actualizing

 

Living at our highest potential is a thrilling endeavor. Once you’ve let go of the brakes, you find yourself moving forward. In less time than you’d expect, a momentum gets built that sends you on your way.

Self-actualizing is living at your highest potential — in every area of your life. Home, career, love, self-care, travel, creativity…it’s really endless. What if we are really just rolling through the eternal? What if the Universe is truly infinite and our imagination and suspension of disbelief our only limitation?

Where to begin? Daily practices help anchor us as we venture into the unknown each day. There are truly infinite possibilities, but we must stay open for them to come to fruition. First, we must handle the logistics of paying rent and making the daily ritual of eating pleasurable. Then, we must care for our bodies, our relationships, our hopes and dreams. There is a natural sequence which can unfold to your delight. Weekly sessions make all the difference. Get the support you need.

 

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Leadership

“When I was in the Girls Scouts, I attended a Leadership Training. Though I was only 9, I was being taught leadership skills. My mom had encouraged me. I love it. We planned a spaghetti dinner, by starting at the finish line and working our way back.

“After that, I hosted fundraisers and got a thrill by feeling my ability to help others. There were so many people in need, and I did something about it.

“Going to study in a foreign country was also a boost for my leadership skills. Thinking carefully about my speech as I learned to speak their language was very insightful. Usually only the children had the patience to listen as I stumbled through things.

“As I moved from job to job, working my way through layers of responsibility, I have had a voracious appetite for both learning group dynamics and managing the many aspects of team building. Developing congruent messages, getting a broader perspective on what’s going on in the world, comparing local and global issues, it has always been fascinating.”

 

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Dance Classes

I started dancing when I was 9. Mom introduced me to ballet, tap, and toe lessons. Miss Arlene was my wonderful teacher. She inspired me so well. I continued with Miss Pat when Miss Arlene stopped teaching.

In high school I seemed to choreograph dances every year for Field Day, an annual event we had. I began college level dance classes while still in high school. Dance was my major when I did go off to college, in California.

Dance Therapy didn’t feel quite right. I preferred spending my energy in choreography, dance history, and performance. New York, San Francisco, Paris, Montpellier, Napa, Baltimore, Santa Cruz, Los Angeles, San Diego, some of the places I’ve danced or performed.

Family Matters

My parents came from two different coasts in the US. Both their families came from Europe — Italy and the United Kingdom. They met in Japan, had two of my elder brothers, and then moved to the SF Bay Area, where they had my other brother and me.

I was only 9 months when dad got transferred to Manhattan, as we wanted to be closer to mom’s parents, since dad’s folks had now passed over. I don’t have any memories from that time, but I know that I feel California is my home. All growing up, from the time I visited again when I was 13, I knew I was going to live there, where people seem so nice. Now, I’ve lived longer in the Bay Area than anywhere else. It still feels like home.

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