- I am constantly evolving as a person and so my business naturally follows. It is my aim to stay as authentic and true to myself as I can and that involves moving through ALL the phases and shedding my skin when it no longer fits.
2. I don’t like to use labels (as you’ll read in my first blog post). I feel labels are too restrictive and put us into categories. For example, yes I practice kinesiology but I offer so much more than what you might expect of a ‘kinesiologist’.
3. I have a fear of stepping out and expressing who I am at my core. Who I am under the labels, the stories, and what I think others will like. It takes such courage to really step out and own who we are, and this is one of my life-long lessons.
So with all of this in mind, here’s what I can tell you about myself:
I am a mamma to two beautiful little boys. My journey into motherhood has not been easy – from giving birth, to the challenges of becoming a new mum, to holding space for expression, learning and growth. Together they have truly cracked me open and unravelled everything I thought I knew about myself.
I honestly believe that just as our children choose us – for the lessons they came here to learn, we too choose them. Without my children, this work would not exist.
My work today weaves together all the tools I have collected in this lifetime, and perhaps even past lifetimes as well.
I use kinesiology and energy healing, shamanic practices and intuitive reading. I work with women to help them reconnect to their souls, their tribe and to the earth. And I work with children – reminding them of their inherent gifts and drawing on the wisdom of plant and animal spirit medicine to support them on their own journey.
Everything I offer in my practice, I use myself. I use tarot and oracle cards for daily guidance, flower essences for emotional support, essential oils for every condition under the sun, stones and crystals for energetic balancing, shamanic journeying for insight and guidance, and the medicine wheel to reconnect with the cycles of nature, as well as my own natural cycles.
When I offer something new, know that it’s been fully embodied. I offer it because in some way or another, it’s made an impact on my life and how could I not share this with others?
To understand more of my journey and each of my offerings, please visit my blog.