MOTHER is a four-week course that cultivates intimacy, self-discovery and connection. It begins May 1 and runs in 4 week segments for the month of May. Each week, new content—video, written, and audio—is rolled out for you. Additionally, once a week Carrie-Anne and Natalie will hold a live video conference to answer questions from women; as well, they will be very active in the comments, answering questions and providing reflection and connection for the community. The level of personal engagement is high and is a big part of what makes this course successful. You will have lifetime access to the materials in this course.
Many women who take this course feel that it changes their lives, and as Carrie-Anne says, "I've been working with Natalie for years now, and the gold of what she supports me in is so rich and deep that there are no words to articulate my gratitude."
In this course, you will receive valuable information about how your brain works in times of stress, crisis, or unwanted emotion. You will learn useful, easy, accessible ways to circumvent triggering and how to make choices about how you interact with yourself and others. You will learn tools to create a family environment that works without anger, violence, shouting, and control.
You will feel better.
The work in this course will help you transform:
You will also receive:
We created MOTHER because we feel women are craving to bring consciousness and creativity to their families and to their lives. With simple ideas, tools and creative prompts that can be used right now in your life, we created this course for you—the working mothers, the stay-at-homes, and the in-betweens. We want to support you to be the mother you desire to be and to have relationships with your children rooted in connection.
Please join us and a circle of beautiful, soulful women as we cultivate a life we love, together.
Carrie-Anne Moss is a mother, wife, actress and Yogi who came to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting. Over the last 20 years, her work in the entertainment industry included roles in acclaimed films such as The Matrix and Memento.
L.A. proved to be a true City of Angels, enabling Carrie-Anne to meet, inspire and be inspired by others in service, both in the pursuit of excellence in her acting career and in the nurturing of her soul.
Success as an actress brought fulfillment, but for Carrie-Anne, it was marriage and motherhood where she found her deepest sense of purpose and her greatest joy.
Natalie Christensen is a writer, illustrator, and mother living in
Missoula, Montana. She is co-creator of Feeleez, a line of tools that
support the emotional development of children. She offers life +
parenting coaching and on most days can be found on the banks of the
Clark Fork river with her family and her yellow dog.
"This has been such an amazing month, thank you ALL! I have gained such wonderful tools from the lessons here and from the sharing of stories/experiences in the comments and suggestions. The reframe has been powerful. I can already see the shifts in my family."
"I have to say that the information and conversations by Natalie and Carrie-Anne as well as the questions and comments from all of the students in this course are mind-blowing and life changing for me right now.. It surprises me so much how well this approach works. It’s magic and it’s so easy and I don't know why it is not out there in the world for everybody to use!"
"Thank you Natalie and Carrie-Anne and all of you who have posted so honestly about your own struggles and challenges. Learning from you all has been a gift. I entered this month with the expectation of gaining insight and perspective but I didn't expect the transformation that I feel. I feel truly humbled by what I've been learning about myself and energized by the fact that I can see such a change in my own contentment and the relationships around me already. I've had less tantrums and shouting from my girls in the last two weeks and my eldest has opened up and talked more about her days, a true measure that this is genuinely working for us."