I grew up in the Snoqualmie Valley in the Pacific Northwest. The wild woods and riverbanks were my backyard. At an early age, I had a connection with nature and could hear the whispering songs of trees and plants that surrounded me. I have always loved to be in nature, whether it be hiking through the rain forests, trekking deep in the cascade mountains, or creating in my own small medicinal and food garden.
I am a Registered Nurse, Healing Touch Practitioner, and mother. I have worked in long-term care, caring for the elderly and in emergency medicine. I appreciate the science of medicine yet understand it has limitations in our understanding of the unseen energy physiology. I was drawn to Healing Touch as a modality to combine my nursing skills and my intuitive abilities for perceiving subtle energies system of the human body.
Studies I hold a Bachelors degree in the Science of Nursing through the University of Washington. I have studied Integrative Health and Lifestyles through the University of Arizona. This program teaches health care professionals how to integrate lifestyle changes such as aromatherapy, sleep, nutrition, environment, meditation, mindfulness, and supplement use for optimal health. I have studied wild-crafting and folk plant medicine making where I learned the art of seasonal living and incorporating plants into my everyday life for health and healing. I am currently studying plant medicine to incorporate plants in my healings in the subtle energy body. This is an vitalist approach of herbal healing that is used to help with transformational healing of the subtle energy body.
“Let’s take our hearts for a walk in the woods and listen to the magic whispers of old trees.” -Unknown
To express the art of Healing Touch Energy Medicine in order to provide individuals with sacred space to find balance in their mind, body and spirit through subtle energy systems.
To build a bridge in the new era of healthcare for access to Energy Medicine for all.
I value Individual choice and each persons' personal way of life without judgement.
I value teamwork and collaboration instead of competition.
I am an imperfect human being and I have learned to embrace it.
I live a spiritually rich life in balance with this dimensional reality. I respect your reality too.
I value our planet Earth. I embrace a lifestyle that minimize environmental impact and harmonizes with nature as much as I possibly can in modern times.
I value balance in all aspects of my life and your life.
The Song of the Alder Fairy by Cicely Mary Barker
By the lake or river-side Where the Alders dwell, In the Autumn may be spied Baby catkins; cones beside -- Old and new as well. Seasons come and seasons go; That's the tale they tell!
After Autumn, Winter's cold Leads us to the Spring; And, before the leaves unfold, On the Alder you'll behold, Crimson catkins swing! They are making ready now; That's the song I sing!