Resources for Crisis and Rapid Change During The Pandemic
Are you or your group needing extra support right now, but you aren’t quite sure where to start? Does it feel disorienting and nearly impossible to create a new daily routine or to find your balance point? Here are some ways Circle Up can offer support:
Take A Chance Ranch 975 Llagas Rd, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Welcome to our world, a peaceful but powerful corner of the earth that we call home. Take A Chance Ranch is only 2 miles from downtown Morgan Hill and is surrounded by rolling hills and miles and miles of open space.
We share this beautiful land in the Llagas Valley with a beautiful herd of horses, Dorper sheep (they are for the dogs so they have a job), our three border collies (Glen, Tyler, and Georgie), and our rascal barn cats (who think they are part of the dog pack).
We love spending time with each other, with our animals, and enjoying the beauty of our ranch. And, we love sharing our space with friends, family, and our community.
What to expect
A Whole Other World...
As you enter the ranch gate, you will feel transported to another world, to a peaceful space, held by the hills, open space, an ever-present breeze. Hawks flying overhead. A white flash of egrets across the hillside. Hills everywhere you look...
You'll also find a 1500 square foot newly remodeled barn space with a kitchen, full bath, heating, and cooling. It comfortably seat 35 people for meals, talks, and workshops. Best of all, it be can be fully opened up to open the fresh Llagas Valley air!
Everywhere you work you will discovery ranch antiques and art. 100-year-old materials that have been re-used and upcycled to revitalize the property.
History of the Ranch
Established in 1895 as a sheep ranch, the land has a rich and deeply personal history. For 40 years, Nicky and Bob Riehl owned it as 4R Ranch where they raised their family and many generations of animals. Nicky was a dear friend and sheep herding mentor to Beth, Circle Up's Head Cowgirl. Nicky and Bob passed away and the ranch found its way to Beth through a series of seemingly impossible circumstances.
Beth, Eric, and Emma made it their home in 2013 and have been developing the property into a place for humans to feel awake, alive, and inspired.
New at the ranch...
Now open! A newly constructed labyrinth for walking meditation.
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