I’ve spent the last ten years serving as a trusted guide and advisor to clients looking to cultivate a nourishing relationship with their body, mind, and spirit. I see my clients as beautifully whole and believe that symptoms serve as messengers and offer a doorway to explore what’s wanting to evolve and heal.
My clients often come to me with one or many of the following concerns:
You do not have to be good.
You do not have to walk on your knees
for a hundred miles through the desert repenting.
You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves.
~Mary Oliver, from Wild Geese
- confused by conflicting nutritional philosophies
- negative body image
- unhappy with weight
- sporadic self-care
- held back by limiting beliefs
- disconnected from the body
- perfectionist tendencies
- digestive issues
- auto-immune symptoms
WHAT TO EXPECT
You can expect a warm and inviting space to share what’s most important to you from your deepest concerns to your wildest aspirations. You will have an opportunity to clarify your core-desired feelings which will serve as your guiding light. Rather than only looking outside yourself for answers and direction you will practice tuning in, noticing, and valuing the wisdom present within yourself. From this place of being self-referencing and connected to your inner knowing you will learn to follow your internal compass and be discerning about what outer philosophies resonate most with you. This approach will allow you to cultivate a way of taking care of yourself that feels dynamic, empowering, and sustainable.
I believe. . .
~ Our outer experience is a reflection of our inner world. External change becomes long-lasting when it is anchored by an inner shift and transformation.
~ We are all already whole. We do not need to be fixed.
~ We are resilient. Our bodies have the capacity to heal.
~ Our body's wisdom is more important than any dietary recommendation, philosophy, or nutrition expert’s advice.
~ Food is only one piece of the puzzle. Nourishing relationships, movement, creativity, play, spirituality, fulfilling work, environment, nature, expression, connection, etc. all contribute to our overall health and well-being.
~ Our breath is always available to bring us back to the present moment.
~ Elevating our inner dialogue and outer language is key to growth and evolution.
~ Cultivating a stillness practice is an evolutionary and revolutionary act.