Bobo Gallagher Suzie Cooney Jam Charley's Paia Maui Paia, Maui December 17, 2018 A little over two months ago Bobo's family invited me over dinner and suggested I bring my guitar, not having a clue how the night would evolve. I had no idea that the young Maui waterman...
Inspirational Video Spinning With Change And The Lesson I Learned to Shift My Mind to Feel Free and Let Go
I write today to inspire, reveal and share that while the waves keep rolling in and rolling out, so do people, dreams and things that were once thought as permanent. The hardest and most important lesson I’ve learned this year is to embrace, acknowledge and recognize that everything arrives and goes. While I strive to understand that letting go of attachment is ideal, I’m also learning that when I can accept this more easily and put it to practice, change will also become easier. This does help my mind to shift and get unstuck and to let go of things, circumstances, people, the past and future events all of which I cannot control.
Feature by Adventure Sports Network: Suffering from Ciguatera Poisoning Doesn’t Stop Suzie Cooney from Putting Fitness First
I hope that this article will inspire you to keep going even if you are faced with or dealing with daily chronic pain or are enduring a challenging health condition. You are not alone. Ciguatera is more and more common now as our oceans become more toxic. Educate yourself and tell all of your friends, family and physicians. The #mindwinsfirst and our health is our wealth. Aloha, Suzie Cooney
“How can I be standing here? ..if God still wants me here on this earth there must be a great reason why.” From Chapter 5, Dig Deep Beneath the Surface by Zane Kekoa Schweitzer
My personal goal to podium in the Masters Division came to me in Oct 2017 (after Dad won the 18 gold metals). Someone asked me, “why the H#@ll would you do that?” I thought for a second and responded, “I don’t think its ever been done before.” That was my answer lol.
Maui Maliko Run Summer Downwind Fun with Suzie Cooney The summer trades on Maui have been epic and we've had some unusual ground swell, making for super fun Maliko Runs. This was shot August 5th, 2017 and if you like BIG glides and BIG music and a splash of...
I was the WEAK Whale! I had fallen behind and I was going to be a shark snack! Wow, I was really beginning to not feel well. Alone. Falling off my board being pounded by wind and waves. My body dangling into the water, I anticipated JAWS!
Andy has a heart of gold and his stoke for life and love for his family shows in everything he does. Cancer is very near to Andy and his family and he is helping others by raising money through this paddling event to spread the word of hope and health and that you must go on. Great to know you Andy. Aloha Suzie Cooney
Below is the original email that caused me to gasp for air and grab my heart. I had to catch my tears before they hit my laptop. At that moment, I had the biggest validation I could ever ask for.
Red Bull Team High Performance Director Andy Walshe Talks About When Fear is Not An Option I've had the pleasure of conversing with Dr. Andy Walshe back in 2014 when I first started my book, How to Increase Your Stand Up Paddling Performance, Beginner to Elite. We...