I'm excited to tell you that I will be in Olympia Thursday, May 31st until Monday, June 4th. I will be offering a few services and am organizing a community dinner at Anthony's.
Thursday, May 31st
(extra time for massages during sivasana, but you can leave at 1 if you have to go back to work)
421 Water Street
Dinner at Anthony's Hearthfire
Let's talk story and catch up!
Thursday, May 31st
5:00- 7:00 pm
Let me know if you can come and I'll reserve a spot for you (hit reply to this e-mail and let me know you are coming).
1016 San Francisco Ave NE Olympia, Wa 98506
This is my favorite space for massage and my dearest friend is blessing us with using it.
Saturday, June 2nd
10:00am- 4:00 pm
Sunday, June 3rd
10:00 am- 4:00 pm
Book Soon to Ensure Your Spot
& $5.00 off if you book before May 5th, 2018
Schedule Your Appointment
I grew up with a big family which meant that we often couldn't afford what many smaller families could afford such as; skiing or snowboarding all winter. I was blessed with generous friends who would let me borrow their gear, stay at their cabins, and I would sneakily get my ski pass by asking people who were leaving for the day if I could have their pass and board from one or two until closing.
I've always loved snowboarding. I remember my friend, Danny, and I went for our first time when we were fourteen. We were fearless and went so fast down the first run when suddenly we realized we had no idea how to stop, so we ended up doing a dozen tumbles until finally we came to a stop (luckily it was a soft powder day).
It's funny how so many of us give ourselves glass ceilings; "oh I can't do this or that because it's too expensive, too hard, too..." but most of the time this isn't true. I never thought I could ski and/or snowboard everyday until I met people who were just like me who were doing just that. People think it's so expensive, but it's not if you are willing to do it in a creative way; share rides to the mountain and/or work at the mountain, buy a pass early, buy used equipment, and bring your lunch/dinner.
I love pushing past my own glass ceiling, how about you? Mountain towns are in dire need of employees and if you work for the mountain you can have cheap employee housing and a free pass to the mountain or you can always find deals on the internet or maybe money is not issue at all, but just your fear of trying something new..you can do the tiny bunny hill or cross country ski or...
Buying a pass is cheap if that is your main recreation for the winter:
$749 for the season
10 times = $74 /day of fun
20 times = $37/day of fun
30 times = $24 / day of fun
$699 for the season
10 times = $69/ day of fun
20 times = $34.95/ day of fun
30 times = $23/ day of fun
- buying your pass early
- being over 70 or under 24
- if you work even one day a week for the mountain you can get your pass free or discounted
Season Pass for:
- 3 days at Snoqualmie
- 3 days at Crystal Mountain
*$199-219 depending on if you buy early
*Less than $37/day
Epic Local Pass
- $669 for the season
- Unlimited skiing or riding at Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, 10 days at Vail and Beaver Creek
- 26 Resorts. Limited Restrictions.
Is there something you always wanted to do? What is it? What's your plan to get there? How can you "outsmart can't"? May you blast through your own glass ceiling ; ).