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We search for happiness everywhere, but we are like Tolstoy’s fabled beggar who spent his life sitting on a pot of gold, under him the whole time. Your treasure—your perfection—is within you already. But to claim it, you must leave the busy commotion of the mind and abandon the desires of the ego and enter into the silence of the heart.
— -Elizabeth Gilbert "Eat, Pray, Love"

Sara Hunter

Warm, engaging, feisty, courageous and curious, Sara is an eclectic mix of emotion, logic, spirituality, momentum and passion. She comes with an insatiable hunger to connect in these ways with women. It is critical for her to be real, raw, authentic and stemming from that space, to facilitate healing in others one woman at a time. It is Sara’s life’s work to go deep, uproot and release not only her own battles/struggles/strongholds, but also those of who God brings her way. Nothing brings her greater joy than to be used by Him in ways that help women shine a little brighter, stand a little taller and jump a little higher. Life is life-giving; Sara lives for these opportunities.

Born and raised a SoCal girl on the beach, Sara moved to and fell in love with the Colorado mountains in 1989. She has lived in big cities and little mountain towns and dreams of the nomadic life where her family can sleep in their camper van wherever they end up that night. Meanwhile, she loves to call Fort Collins her home with her crazy-fun husband, Joe. They are a blended family and between them have 5 kids. But really, they have other people’s kids who spend as much time at their home as anyone else does, so Sara prefers to say they have “many” kids/family members that honor their open-door policy and bless their life tremendously.

Sara has been practicing as a Professional Life Coach for over a decade now as it aligns perfectly with her heart, calling and passion. She always knew she would solidify this role as a coach in some way as her entire life has been built around her connections with and empowerment of others. She is also a professional therapist at where she is trained to go even deeper to walk alongside others as they strive to break free from the grips of grief, trauma and anxiety.

She restores her soul through yoga, prayer, spending time in the wilderness, singing in the car, prioritizing, playing with her dogs, saying “I can’t right now” without apology and creating memories with her family and friends. According to Sara, life is made up of a million deposits into ourselves, our relationships and our communities. She strives to make these deposits intentional, positive, strong and does so with everything she’s got (sometimes that’s a lot, other times it’s hardly anything and that’s okay).