jan 2013











Yoga holds a special place with me. I love the concept of “creating space” within the body. Having been physically active most of my life, like many, I have some areas which require my full attention from time to time.

Yoga affords me the opportunity to transform my physical body through breath work and asana. For me, the mat is a place of creation as I move out old, dense energy from tight spaces and introduce new molecules into my body. I use yoga in every area of my life, from cleaning the kitchen to hiking in the rain forest.

My passion for working with energy stems from an innate desire to understand the laws of physics. One such law states that energy is 100 times more effective in controlling biology than chemistry. It has been said that when one electron vibrates, the entire universe shakes. I find this exciting. This path of discovery resonates well with my soul and I feel obligated to share it with others.

During and after college I danced in the corporate arena, however, I longed for more depth. My desire to make a quality contribution began to supersede areas of my life I once thought were important. I’m grateful to the mat for allowing me a place to create space within my mind. By “creating space” I make room for clarity, and in those quiet moments my soul is nourished on all levels.

Completing my Energy Medicine certification from the Four Winds Society in August has been life-altering. This ancient Peruvian tradition has roots going back 40,000 years. Shamans use intuition, earth medicine, and traditional ceremony to empower clients to reconnect to their own healing energy. It is with sincere gratitude that I share my passion for working within the laws of Physics, using Earth Medicine to facilitate transformation with a client.

Earth Medicine is a favorable complement to any yoga practice, as this idea of “creating space” within Sacred Space comes full circle. Sessions are designed to assist clients who are out of balance reclaim their power by achieving a state of deep relaxation and increasing creativity. This improves an overall sense of well-being which encourages clients to gain momentum in the direction they desire.

A Few of my Favorites:

Books: Animal Speak is a staple. At the moment, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi; Anything by Deepak Chopra, Gregg Braden, Bruce Lipton, Pema Chodron, etc…

Food: I love Ayurvedic cooking because of the ghee and spices; juicing and sprouting.

Yoga pose: Yin: Butterfly Pose; Reminds me of my becoming.

Pastime: Anything in Nature and Traveling.