nour·ish – provide for, sustain, maintain, promote, foster, nurture, cultivate, stimulate, boost, advance, strengthen, enrich, encourage and cherish. Akin to Greek ‘nan’ – to flow

I have this seed of an idea about a cooperative of people coming together with the common goal of providing nourishment to the world’s communities.

The dialogue and ideas we share on this blog culminate The Red Barn vision. Here we invite with open arms, coaches, wellness professionals, eco warriors, visionaries, industrial designers, growers of produce, anyone with a will to nourish minds, hearts, bodies and souls to contribute their knowledge so we may all be nourished and learn to live well, simply and vibrantly.

With warmth and sparkle,  Candice 
The Red Barn Cooperative & ‘Nourishing Conversations’ are Red Barn Coaching initiatives.


4 Responses to “The Red Barn Cooperative”

  1. 1 rob gruber March 6, 2008 at 9:19 am

    This is a wonderful idea! Thank you for bringing it to fruition! If I can be of service let me know.


  2. 2 marty mc'clure March 24, 2008 at 6:15 pm

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  3. 3 David Womack June 24, 2008 at 1:51 pm


    I just saw your comment on my blog. A bit tardy I know, but I hope your Big Bear experience went well. And FYI, Mark Garry blames me for all his scrapes and bruises as well.



  4. 4 kathleen carrillo December 7, 2009 at 5:33 pm

    Hi Candice, My name is Kathleen Carrillo and I am Kevin Frederick’s sister. You worked together at Imagination. He told me about your coaching business and mentioned that you might be interested in what I am up to. I have just finished building an artist retreat in Puerto Vallarta Mexico in a rural area just outside of town. It is at the base of the Sierra Madres on the Magical Rio Cuale. I am encouraging personal expansion through the creative process. I studied with Denise Linn and I am a certified soul coach. It looks like we are on similar paths. Would love for you to check out my new website and see how we might interface. You may want to bring some groups for week long intensives. At any rate we should meet at some point and share ideas. Kevin had lots of glowing things to say about you. He is coming to the retreat for the holidays. I am looking forward to it. Have a fabulous holiday and look forward to our paths crossing at some point. Regards, Kathleen Carrillo

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