Betsy Durham joined the team in September of 2017. She came on board directly after the biggest transition the business has had, and has stuck with me through it, so basically, she’s a saint. But really though, we have a beautiful relationship that has been nurtured and grown over the time we’ve spent together. We are each others teachers. When she’s not talking salt at the Cave or a local health fair, she’s running her own businesses in the healing arts. Her newest venture combines her years of experience as a yoga instructor and Reiki Master to coach others through NW Star Alchemy. Check it out!
Urith Smith lives life with the expectation of multiple miracles every day and she receives them because of this. She’s impeccable with her work, whether that’s taking care of herself, the Cave, or you, she is dedicated to the cause. She chooses positivity and this makes our world a better place to be in. She paves the path to peace. Our conversations around faith are always inner-seeking and her care for humanity follows her footsteps. She’s absolutely the crystal guru of the bunch, so if you have questions about crystal properties, seek her out.
Sam Seaton joined us after discovering breathwork. She works for the Archery Trade Association full-time, and brings a confident kindness to our group. She’s truly the local Katniss Everdeen. Sam studied Ecology and incorporates her knowledge of ecosystems, which require collaboration and harmony to thrive, in her daily life. She lives life between right and left, science and spirit, and does so with openness and grace.
Danette Tharrington is newly relocated from California. She grew up here and has moved back to support her family. Danette is rooted in her faith and taking all the big steps to live life boldly. She comes to us with a background in hospitality and interest in doing things differently. She is a beautiful example of embracing change courageously, which so many of us resist because it is so hard sometimes.
I couldn’t do what I do without an incredible support team, and these women stand firmly in their own light. We are all blessed by their presence. Please thank them the next time you see them for serving our community as they do.