meet your guides...Anna (yan) Palmer and Lyndzee Ellsworth.

 

hallelujah! you found your way here. you may know me as yan  of yan photography (yanpalmer.com) and the love love love podcast. i don't go by that name anymore because it isn't the identity closest to my heart. the identity truest to my nature is Anna. Anna is the name those who know and love me best have used all my life. i can hear my mom saying anna-kaye in frustration now. :) i wasn't ready to share Anna with the world for a long time. stepping into my highest purpose showed me i have no need to hide behind catchy names anymore. Anna it is. 

i have worked as a teacher, speaker, and photographer of humans beings loving each other for the last ten years. its taken me all over the world. but its only one piece of my highest purpose. as most things do if you let them, my time as a traveling photographer of love and connection helped crystalize my call: witnessing others in order to help them love themselves. one year ago i closed my thriving business to get serious about my healing journey. i was terrified of the many sacrifices i had to make (identity=bye! relationship=bye!, career=bye!, income = bye!)  but i was on a mission. 1. i wanted to connect mind body and spirit in order make every aspect of my life an expression of art and soul 2. to confront the constant depression and anxiety i'd battled for as long as i could remember. 

i unearthed out a LOT of interesting things we will learn about together, but one of them is the realization i was whole all along.  i'd simply been moving too fast, living too many lies to realize my wholeness, love myself and own my power.

throughout my life-long emotional health battles, i have acquired countless tools and coping mechanisms. but it took a year of focused healing to understand what i really needed to have my biggest break throughs, and to transmute my struggle into a step by step journey others could use to access their joy NOW.   i'm beyond excited to share my heart and knowledge with you. i'd love to lead you back to yourself. the you that never left, no matter how lost you feel. 

Lyndzee Ellsworth self healed years of trauma from abuse via her personal practice of energy work.

Lyndzee Ellsworth self healed years of trauma from abuse via her personal practice of energy work.

Ever met someone who just seemed so DIFFERENT, so shiny, so at peace in their natural rhythm and so in tune with who they are that you wanted to be around them and learn their secrets? Lyndzee Ellsworth is that person. And its because she has walked the long soul road to become that way. After a childhood of abuse, then an adulthood of personal reckoning with her story, and learning how to speak her truth, Lyndzee was able to step into her life calling as a light worker. What the H is a light worker you ask? Lyndzee will tell you. A light worker can have many modalities. But essentially, they work as a mirror to reflect your own truth and light back to you so that you can find the courage to pick it up and OWN YOURS. Lyndzee now does energy work sessions, restoring peace and hope to clients all across the country.

At Go Get Her, Lyndzee will show you how to work with energy to release years of trapped emotions, trauma, and limiting beliefs that have kept you playing small in your life for years. Think of it this way: Energy is the force that runs through every single living and non living being. Ever walked into a room and felt hit with a wall of emotion? With feelings and moods and sensations that weren’t quite your own but let you know you either wanted to be in that room or wanted to get out? That’s allll energy folks. Understanding how to see and work with the energetic frequencies that constantly flow through and from you will put you in the position to create your own high frequency that will fill your life and your relationships with so much more honest depth and joy.

with my daughter wren on a trip to paris. i promised her we'd make it work not knowing how. turns out tim gunn was right. you make it work.

with my daughter wren on a trip to paris. i promised her we'd make it work not knowing how. turns out tim gunn was right. you make it work.

I have taught sixty workshops and worked with hundreds of women over the last five years. I have seen again and again the emotional prisons we put ourselves in. these prisons look like guilt, shame, fear, doubt, false stories we believe about ourselves and they break my heart. i have cried for you, lost sleep over you, wondered how i could possibly get through. The go get her experience is a jail break on a massive scale.
— -anna