A Few Fun Facts About Me…
I look a lot younger than I am…I have a practice of letting some of my more mature clients know I’m in my forties, so they don’t worry that they’re working with a new graduate. I can instantly see the relief (and shock!) when I do so.
I adore being out in nature –it restores, heals and inspires me at a deep cellular level.
I exercise as much for the health of my mind as for my body.
I love to bounce and groove on my mini trampoline- it ‘s a great way to re-set my energy and headspace.
I love to read, write, and dance- they each clarify and renew my spirit in different ways.
My husband is a professional musician and visual artist… We met when I signed up for guitar lessons almost twenty years ago and he was my teacher. Best decision I ever made.
After my husband transitioned to playing guitar in musical theater orchestras, we had the amazing good fortune to travel across North America for over three years with the National Broadway tour of “Mamma Mia”. You learn a lot about yourself and each other while on the road, experiencing incredible new people and places, and living without the usual comforts of home. Best self-development program ever.
When I trained as a Shiatsu therapist over twenty years ago, learning to meditate was a core aspect of the curriculum and it changed my life profoundly.
Despite being born with a disability and being told I would never be a dancer, I continued to dance and defied the odds when I auditioned for and was accepted into a university level dance program. I took a break from my undergraduate studies in psychology to immerse myself in the world of dance and this ultimately led to a path of completing my undergrad in psychology and beginning my studies in the profound connection between body, mind, and spirit. Lesson: never settle for the limits that others impose if everything within tells you to keep going!
When I was first introduced to Shamanic practices it felt like I was coming home to a way of being within myself and in the world that made deep sense to me, and I loved how powerful it was in helping to heal old wounds.
I’ve had a life-long attraction to loud, fast-moving things like racecars and fighter jets!
Paleo cooking and principles changed my life and I love finding creative new recipes and restaurants.
“Learning to fly” by Tom Petty is one of my all-time favorite songs- it gets me every time.
Well, enough about me… I can’t wait to meet YOU.
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