I train practitioners to be mind experts.
To use the mind's infinite power and its vulnerability for the good of their clients and humanity.
Thanks for being here. This is a bit about my journey.
I started my healing journey when I was 9. I was given my first degree in Reiki and would practice healing the half drowned bugs from my pool. Around that age my spiritual hunger inspired me to connect with God, nature, my own infinite. My methods have become more sophisticated but my desire to connect and my total faith in well-being remain.
My mom is schizophrenic. I had my own personal trauma to work through as well as too many unanswered questions about the mind. It was this, that turned my focus to psychological wounds. I began to see that most physical, and practical problems could be solved when you have the mental emotional resources you need.
Seeing that I started my practice of moving beyond healing and into emotional mastery. What might be possible when we are happy and basing our choices out of inspiration rather than avoiding pain?
I've studied the neuroscience, somatic therapies and shamanic practices. I earned my undergrad in Alternative Therapies from Prescott College but learned primarily through the traditional model of apprenticeship. This is also how I teach.
I have spent the last decade helping people resolve depression, anxiety and PTSD often times in a single session. For the last 5 years I have been training other practitioners and last year I co-founded an organization that brings Emotional Intelligence Training into the workplace.
About me personally
I'm a mother. I love nature. I love to sing. I love to dance. I love to feed people. I'm an activist. I'm a feminist. I'm an artist. I'm a freediver (like scuba only no air tank), and I'm learning to surf.