We had the good fortune of connecting with Tiffany Seale and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Tiffany, what’s the most important thing you’ve done for your children?
I feel it’s important to mentor our children through sharing love, kindness, and respect
for others. We cannot do that if we aren’t first doing that within ourselves. As I have
learned the life tools to elevate my own self love and respect, I have shared them with
my daughters, so they may learn how to embody these emotions and share through
every interaction they have. I am blessed to witness my daughters’ acceptance of
others, and practicing the ‘agree to disagree’ model, while maintaining respect and
love for the other individual.
We created Three Goddess Gardens, LLC as a way to shift the corporate structure
back to being people-focused. At our debut community event, The Prescott Wellness
Expo, a 3-day Wellness Conference, both of my daughters were involved. Sara, age
17, had a booth selling her photography print note cards and was our event
photographer. Josselyn, age 11, was a healing services vendor providing Reiki Energy
Healing, and is now Reiki Master Certified. Since the Expo, Sara had her first job
interview and was hired! Josselyn has received an outpouring of support from our
Prescott community as a ‘young healer’. I am blessed to have shown my daughters
that no matter the challenges we face in life, we can empower ourselves through love
and share that with our community.
We look forward to hosting the Prescott Wellness Expo again Sep 16, 17, & 18, 2022.
Tiffany Seale, Owner
Three Goddess Gardens
Can you give our readers an introduction to your business? Maybe you can share a bit about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
Three Goddess Gardens is a space to nourish seeds of change within ourselves and
throughout our community. This corporation began as a vision to provide a wellness
legacy and empire, through which my daughters and I may assist others in their
healing journeys and their path to whole-person well-being.
I’ve overcome the challenges of childhood and adult sexual traumas, two divorces and
many unsupportive relationships. My daughters have healed from bullying and
mistreatment. Our family has grown through poverty, homelessness, and severe
medical issues caused by mold toxicity.
Along with our semi-annual wellness conferences, the Prescott Wellness Expo, we are creating a healing collective where we will build a network of providers and services
to meet the needs of all ages and stages. Over the next several years, we plan to
execute unique opportunities within the Prescott community focused on wholistic
wellness practices, where we empower others through experiences of mentorship
through their toughest situations and feeling alone, providing life skills, tools of
healing and self growth, and living in grace and compassion where we are learning
and growing together to produce a stronger and more loving community.
We recognize the importance of embracing diversity and differences, and are
implementing a model of care that meets our clients where they are in the present
moment. We intend to partner with other health and wellness practitioners, to broaden
the scope of whole-body healing.
We are building the bridge between traditional and modern ‘medicine’, increasing
awareness of the mind, body, and soul connection to elevate healing. On the physical
level focusing on nutritional and lifestyle coaching, bodywork and herbal care, to the
energetic level of emotional shifts combined with metaphysical practices.
Let’s say your best friend was visiting the area and you wanted to show them the best time ever. Where would you take them? Give us a little itinerary – say it was a week long trip, where would you eat, drink, visit, hang out, etc.
We love the outdoors, with a little indoor flair! Off roading the trails near Mt Union
and winding around Copper Basin, hitting Sunset Point in Thumb Butte Recreation
area. Enjoying the fresh air of the mountains, dispersed camping and hiking through
the Prescott Forest.
A mid-week nourishing meal at Farm Provisions.
Summertime music on the lawn in downtown Prescott.
Playing tourist with one of the many exciting tours offered by Tour Prescott!
Family fun at In The Game arcade in Prescott Valley.
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
Three organizations have played a huge part in helping myself and my daughters
regain our belief in ourselves, after a devastating loss from toxic mold of everything
we owned, and healing through chronic illness.
John Ravnik of Thriving Energies, www.thrivingenergies.com. Through our sessions with John, we were able to release and reprogram from patterns of limited beliefs and abuse. We have found our ability to maintain inner joy and share that with others.
Jennifer Hoeprich of www.moxiemidwife.com. Jennifer's programs, Magical Mamas
and Magical Maidens, www.magical-mama.com, has given us a sisterhood and
support from other women and young women that has been invaluable to our personal and professional growth. Our drives from Prescott to Phoenix to attend these events have strengthened our mother-daughter bonds through deep conversations and lots of
Car-aoke and dancing.
Aubrey Taylor of Youth for Freedom, www.youthforfreedom.org. Aubrey’s summer
camps and winter Unleashed programs have provided tools for my daughters to
become their own leaders, so that they grow into future leaders for others. “Because
sometimes mom only knows what she’s talking about if Aubrey said it, too.” Our
biggest laughs have come from the stories my girls share about hearing the same
empowering music & life principles at camp that mom plays and shares at home.
Wild Movements Photography, Sara Seale, Three Goddess Gardens