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Holistic Lifestyle Planning & Coaching

You’ve accomplished so much by 50.

You’ve learned a lot about living, and yet…

At 50, you can feel like you’re starting all over again. This can be a time of transition. Midlife changes – kids leaving home, career stagnation, bodily changes, relationship shifts – affect us all, in different ways and can leave us feeling less sure of ourselves.

If you need a little help sorting through what’s next, you’re in the right place. We are experts at re-igniting passion, inspiring change, developing goals and setting plans to make things happen. b.Untethered offers Holistic Lifestyle Planning; a process which results in a personalized plan for Mind, Body and Soul to recharge your life!

Body Care

Health first. Small changes can have big results. Our aim is more energy to live your life via a more fit body. Both diet and training are essential.

Mindfulness

You must have clarity of mind to achieve your goals. Mindfulness starts with SMART goal setting, and resilience re-training for stress and obstacle management.

Soul Sustenance

Your heart is your true north. We will uncover passions to spotlight what lights you up. Connectivity is key as well. In this highly technical world, it is easy to feel isolated. Let’s identify who helps you shine!

B. Untethered

b.Untethered was founded to provide inspiration (you can do this!) and coaching (here’s how) to help you be the best uniquely you possible.

Reclaim Your Body, Nepal 2019

Reclaim Your Body: Day 12

Well, how do I continue to say “it was the hardest day yet”? Not possible, right? And yet…..I left Tatopani at 9am for the uphill climb; 14 miles later (and 6 hours), I reached Ghorepani, thinking I was truly at the top…

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Reclaim Your Body: Day 11

Today was another challenge of the soul. I had not planned on it but gave myself a stretch goal of hiking to a town called Tatopani, roughly 30 miles away from Marpha where I spent last night….

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Reclaim Your Body: Day 10

Ahhhh…….Awoke in Muktinath, at roughly 15,500 feet feeling much better than the previous day. My headache (a typical reaction to oxygen deprivation) had subsided…

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Reclaim Your Body: Day 9

Summit day! Awoke super early….4am..as there was shuffling outside our room from the other trekkers. Most mountain trekkers arise early on summit day and start trekking before dawn…

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Reclaim Your Body: Day 8

Today was a picnic after yesterday’s hurt-fest. I reunited with my traveling companion Marla and we set off for Thorang-Pedi, the lower of the 2 base camps which sits around 15,500 feet…

read more

Reclaim Your Body: Day 7

Today was possibly the hardest physical feat of my life. I considered for a moment why the day was so hard and realized that it was the uncertainty that made it so. My traveling companion hopped into a jeep…

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Reclaim Your Body: Day 6

This morning I felt a little stiff from yesterday’s 21 mile marathon. Regardless, I had another 18 miles on the agenda today as I needed to get to Chame, a town half way up the Thorang Pass Climb…

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Reclaim Your Body: Day 5

In the Mountains, Day 1 – Brilliant day but extremely hard. We moved incredibly fast, covering 21.5 miles of ground with significant elevation, carrying 30 lbs.

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Reclaim Your Body: Day 4

Today was the first day of trekking. We started in Kathmandu with a toast, potatoes and egg breakfast at 7am. It seemed fine to consume a few more carbs than usual knowing we’d be trekking later in the day…

read more

Reclaim Your Body: Day 3

Today was about planning and prep. Like anything in life, you can’t reach the top of a mountain by pure will alone. There are many steps involved in preparing to climb an 18,000 foot ascent…

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Reclaim Your Body: Day 12

Well, how do I continue to say “it was the hardest day yet”? Not possible, right? And yet…..I left Tatopani at 9am for the uphill climb; 14 miles later (and 6 hours), I reached Ghorepani, thinking I was truly at the top…

read more

Reclaim Your Body: Day 11

Today was another challenge of the soul. I had not planned on it but gave myself a stretch goal of hiking to a town called Tatopani, roughly 30 miles away from Marpha where I spent last night….

read more

Reclaim Your Body: Day 10

Ahhhh…….Awoke in Muktinath, at roughly 15,500 feet feeling much better than the previous day. My headache (a typical reaction to oxygen deprivation) had subsided…

read more

Reclaim Your Body: Day 9

Summit day! Awoke super early….4am..as there was shuffling outside our room from the other trekkers. Most mountain trekkers arise early on summit day and start trekking before dawn…

read more

Reclaim Your Body: Day 8

Today was a picnic after yesterday’s hurt-fest. I reunited with my traveling companion Marla and we set off for Thorang-Pedi, the lower of the 2 base camps which sits around 15,500 feet…

read more

Reclaim Your Body: Day 7

Today was possibly the hardest physical feat of my life. I considered for a moment why the day was so hard and realized that it was the uncertainty that made it so. My traveling companion hopped into a jeep…

read more

Reclaim Your Body: Day 6

This morning I felt a little stiff from yesterday’s 21 mile marathon. Regardless, I had another 18 miles on the agenda today as I needed to get to Chame, a town half way up the Thorang Pass Climb…

read more

Reclaim Your Body: Day 5

In the Mountains, Day 1 – Brilliant day but extremely hard. We moved incredibly fast, covering 21.5 miles of ground with significant elevation, carrying 30 lbs.

read more

Reclaim Your Body: Day 4

Today was the first day of trekking. We started in Kathmandu with a toast, potatoes and egg breakfast at 7am. It seemed fine to consume a few more carbs than usual knowing we’d be trekking later in the day…

read more

Reclaim Your Body: Day 3

Today was about planning and prep. Like anything in life, you can’t reach the top of a mountain by pure will alone. There are many steps involved in preparing to climb an 18,000 foot ascent…

read more

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