Life is for the living. We all experience love, pain, success, and failure. Sometimes we’re riding high and other times we’re running on empty. It’s essential to learn from these experiences and move forward. The negative experiences can have lasting effects on our lives. The fact of the matter is that it’s never too late to turn your life around. Marla Hickerson of Active Soul Adventures is here to help you live a positive and fulfilling life.
Life is a journey. It’s all about healing the self. We carry around emotional baggage and all too often people lose sight of how to let go of the negative. Some of us are less fortunate than others. The effects of unbalanced living can last from childhood into our adult lives. We can rise above the negative and take a journey of self-discovery to find who we truly are.
With certifications in Culinary Management, Youth & Leisure Services and Group Wellness/ Individual Coaching, Marla shares with people the many ways to rekindle the lust for life through positivity, self-discovery, physical activity, and spirituality. In the beautiful landscape that is Thunder Bay, Canada, Marla organizes wonderful activities including horseback riding, hiking, dog sledding, and archery, cooking classes and wellness workshops to name a few through (a new endeavor is being formed!).
She can be reached at www.woundtowellbeing.com
Marla Hickerson was featured on Close-Up Talk Radio with hosts Doug Llewelyn and Jim Masters at www.blogtalkradio.com/closeuptalkradio on October 1st, October 8th, October 18 and 25th, 2013.
In 2014, Marla was also broadcast on local Shaw Television for her 1/2 hour cooking show, Design By Taste.
Where to find Marla Hickerson online
Do Not Cage Me In: Memoirs From the Bedroom
by Marla Hickerson
This is a bold account of one woman's detailed reflection of the consequences emotional emptiness of her childhood had on every aspect of her adult living. It took an out of town, mid life experience to really challenge her beliefs, face her fear of intimacy and allow love to grow.
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