I teach you how to interpret the language your body speaks so you can give it everything it's asking for. The end goal is for you to become your own healer and to be your best, most vibrant self.
Like so many, my healing journey has been a long, meandering road. There are, however, some milestones that stand out. In October of 1998 I decided to go vegan. After 14 years of not supplementing, I ran into some problems. Because I was unwilling to go into internal conflict and start eating meat again, I started educating myself on how to get the nutrient balance I needed without compromising my values. In addition to this I also had to have surgery to fix my deviated septum, which my doctor promised would help me get the energy I needed. When I healed from that and still suffered from constant adrenal blowout, I turned to Ayurveda. I had learned about Ayurveda in my 500-hour Yoga Teacher Training in 2016, and I felt pulled to the practice. My coach taught me that my issue lay in the fact that I was unable to digest all that I was taking in, and we worked on that. It took a few years, but we finally got my digestive fire working. I gained understanding of my body and how it speaks and now I know that learning to interpret that language so you can adjust accordingly is the key to living a healthy and vibrant life. All I want to do is share that knowledge with you, so you, too, can live luminously.
I follow the principles of Ayurveda. It's all about learning to understand the energetics of nature and how they present in your body, psychology, and life. I help you identify what is and isn't working in your life so you can cut out what weakens you and implement more of what strengthens you so you can thrive.
Our first visit after your consultation will be an intake visit. I will have you fill out an intake form before we meet and we will discuss various aspects of your life, health, and any issues you are currently experiencing. This session may go longer than an hour, so please plan accordingly.
I started out as a yoga teacher, but I quickly became discouraged by the commercialization of the practice. It's such a deep and personal practice. I love helping people achieve deep knowledge of themselves and learning to love themselves in a profound way. This is why I have turned to Ayurveda, and feminine form Ayurveda at that. It is a practice of self-empowerment that goes hand-in-hand with yoga. You cannot truly practice one without the other.