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I am a Shamanic Practitioner, Yogi, Lightworker and Artist. When I stepped onto my healing path in 1995 my life was a mess. Something inside me was pleading with me to create positive change. I listened and discovered an inner gift for self-healing and self-realization. I believed I could truly rise above negativity and dis-ease and move my life in a positive direction. Over the next seven years, I studied, and become trained in, Buddhism, Kundalini Yoga, Meditation, Ayurveda and Art. I learned that true healing comes from within and there is a flow of loving energy that we can tap into and communicate with. My life healed and I guided many students and clients to heal their own lives.


Whether teaching a class or retreat, painting, or supporting someone in healing sessions, I sensed a loving energy directing healing power and creativity through me. I experienced myself as a "bridge" while allowing this flow of Spirit. 

In 2010, I began to have profound dreams and visions. I knew Spirit was leading me in unknown directions. Magical synchronicities began to occur and life became easy and fun. I felt guided to move from San Diego to a small town on the California coast and take a sabbatical which I did.

Then, when I wasn't searching, or even looking, I was mysteriously led onto the path of Shamanism and I followed the lead. Piece after piece of my purpose in this life fell into place and I knew that all the other teachings, teachers, and ancient wisdoms had bridged me to Shamanism at the perfect time. I apprenticed with Eve Lee, a Shaman, certified Shamanic Practitioner, with the Foundation for Shamanic Studies. I came to realize that even from my first breath I have been on the Shamanic Path. The signposts were always there beckoning to me and calling my name. My teacher, Eve, was the connector, the hollow bone, for initiating me in the Shamanic tradition and I am so grateful to her!


Just like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, I was always "home." I just needed to re-member who I am, re-claim my power, and trust That Embrace.

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