Angela began practicing healing arts in 1992. She integrates many styles of massage and bodywork; dreamwork; eclectic herbalism; nutrition; aromatherapy; The Arvigo techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy; Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy*; and Pre and Perinatal Trauma resolution into her sessions. Her work is also informed by years of creative movement, including many styles of dance, Pilates, Gyrotonics, breath work and meditation. Her passion is supporting the resolution of physical, emotional and spiritual challenges of her clients, who include adults, families, children and babies.
She held board and executive administrative positions for the Washington Society for Jungian Psychology (1989-91) and the C.G. Jung Institute of New Mexico (1991-92). In 1986, a desire for healing led to exploration of depth psychology and dream work. The split between spirituality and matter prompted exploration of indigenous and mystical spiritual practices of many cultures, including earth-centered technologies and many types of meditation. She earned an M.A. in Fine Art in 1985.
She practices yoga, enjoys hiking, kayaking, cycling, slow food, supports conscious sustainable communities, and is an artist and organic gardener.