I have worked in the health and clinical setting for over 20 years. As a occupational therapist, I am passionate about helping others live life to their fullest potential. My practice has evolved into the holistic therapy realm through the culmination of my own healing journey. I am also a certified yoga practitioner, RYT-500, with a special focus on Kripalu and Kundulani lineages, pulling in as well the life-science of Ayurveda. I hold multiple certifications from the Upledger Institute where I have learned the modality of Craniosacral therapy and the benefit that it can have on your nervous system. I have a strong belief in the importance to look at a person as a whole (mind, body and spirit) which can assist with transforming pain or dis-ease into strength. I feel that we all experience trauma in our lives and if not treated properly, it can leave a wound within us that calls to be healed. I know the benefits first hand of being grounded and connected to my heart and I believe that when we are able to slow down the fast-paced lives that many of us live, we can then focus more on the things that are important to us and that is where true healing can begin.
I am an eternal student and I celebrate with gratitude the opportunities to continue to grow and learn. My greatest teachers are those who I love the deepest, my family. They remind me daily to never give up on the authentic love I hold in my heart as it is my greatest gift to myself and others.
A HEALER IS NOT SOMEONE YOU GO TO FOR HEALING , BUT SOMEONE WHO TRIGGERS YOUR OWN ABILITY TO HEAL YOURSELF.
As a board certified Holistic Occupational Therapist, I am attuned to assisting others in living their best life. I understand the weight and frustration of feeling lost, disconnected and in pain and not knowing where to turn to first. That’s why my mission is simple: to empower women to gain a deeper awareness of self and dissolve pain through re-discovering what is truly important to you. Get in touch to get started!
THE OLD HEALER TO THE SOUL:
It’s not your back that hurts, but the burden.
It’s not your eyes that hurt, but the injustice.
It’s not your head that hurts, it’s the thoughts.
Not the throat, but what you don’t express or say with anger.
Not the stomach hurts, but what the soul does not digest.
It’s not the liver that hurts, it’s the ego.
It’s not your heart that hurts, but love.
And it’s love itself that contains the most powerful medicine. ~unknown author