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Cyndee was the Colorado State Racquetball Champion for 2000 (A Division)
Cyndee’s first entrepreneurial adventure was named the “Colly-Wolly” Kids Pak after her youngest son.
She picks the onions out of everything—but likes onion flavor.
She spontaneously breaks out singing, “We all live in a yellow submarine….” when she’s incredibly happy.
She learned to do a headstand in the middle of the room at age 52.
Cyndee Rae Lutz has evolved with her life circumstances, including starting a successful magazine, Divorce in Denver—Moving Forward, following her divorce and becoming a yoga teacher as well as a Twelve Steps mentor in Al-Anon after her son became addicted to drugs. In When Your Heart Belongs to an Addict, her first book, she combines wisdom from these and other philosophies and spiritual practices with her harrowing yet transformative experience as the mother of an addicted son. The result is a practical set of tools to help others survive and thrive in the shadow of addiction.
As an author, speaker, mentor, and self-described “light-hearted rebel,” Cyndee helps people understand their inherent worth and reclaim their lives from societal expectations, codependencies, and the effects of a loved one’s addiction or challenging circumstances. She is a compassionate, approachable resource, and her desire to guide individuals toward their better selves drives both her personal and professional endeavors.
In her free time, Cyndee logs miles upon miles in her walking shoes—often accompanied by her standard poodles—and practices yoga and meditation. A lifelong learner, she is open to all she hasn’t yet imagined. She lives with her husband in Centennial, Colo.