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Breaking the Cycle of Self-Betrayal

A LIVE Six-Week Inward Journey + Shift into




I'm Maria

OR you may know me as Holisticallygrace on social media (Grace is my middle name in case you were curious.) I am a multi-passionate human in love with practices that honor the whole person, relationships and the environment. Self-betrayal is my jam. I mean, I have spent the majority of my life living according to the "shoulds," people-pleasing  and attempting to be the perfect daughter, therapist, wife, stepmom, you name it. I had everyone's back, except my own. My upbringing, experiences and the culture in which we find ourselves created the perfect recipe for me to dishonor my body, distrust my inner knowing and betray my truth. This course is what I (we all?) needed years ago! I am so excited to share the wisdom and the keys to help you unlock your cycle and the compassionate and sustainable ways in which you can shift and start to break free. I look forward to seeing you in our virtual classroom!

With infinite compassion,

Relationship Expert + Educator 

You Will Learn How To


Honor your inner child and become the caregiver you needed growing up


Finally set healthy  boundaries with yourself and others


Communicate your needs and cultivate thriving interpersonal relationships

Are You Getting in Your Own Way?


Take the QUIZ to Find Out if You're Stuck in a Cycle of Perfectionism, Overextending, Emotional Bypassing, Procrastination or Perpetual Caregiving

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The Top 5 Keys to Unlocking Your Cycle of

Self-Betrayal - Revealed!

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We weren’t born distrusting and fearing ourselves. That was part of our taming. We were taught to believe that who we are in our natural state is bad and dangerous. They convinced us to be afraid of ourselves. So we do not honor our own bodies, curiosity, hunger, judgment, experience, or ambition. Instead, we lock away our true selves. 

-Glennon Doyle