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 The reason why I'm so passionate about my work is...

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During the summer of 2007,

I awoke from a coma in a hospital

and was told i survived a plane crash.

In the blink of an eye,

my life had drastically changed.

In one moment, I knew myself to be

an alaskan bush pilot, ice hockey playing woman,

who lived life at full speed ahead.

In the next,

I was in a hospital bed with chest tubes draining a collapsed lung, IV lines, many broken bones & trauma as well as a traumatic brain injury.

Yikes!

Surrounded with support of medical staff, family and friends, I slowly began a healing journey that transformed my life and who i knew myself to be. Traversing depths of heart and soul​, I was determined to find my way back to health, sanity, and joy. It was excruciating at times, and required a lot of permission, reflection, love, and support. Everything I had thought was reliable, stable and true shifted and left me feeling angry, confused, and lost. My heart needed new answers to explain what had happened to me. Gratefully I found support from teachers within the tibetan buddhist tradition who offered me understanding i was looking for through contemplation and meditation. This became a primary support which helped me begin to mend the pieces of my shattered heart and soul. 

 

My body too needed mending, thankfully I've received a myriad of traditional medical and holistic healing modalities over many years in order to arrive where I am today. Although I cannot claim to have found a modality that heals all, craniosacral therapy, was a powerful and essential support to healing my whole body and being. It offered my sped-up, traumatized nervous system the opportunity to access deep states of rest that I could not otherwise access on my own. This allowed the trauma in my body to begin to unwind and brought me back to a state of health and balance. Other supports worth mentioning were various somatic & psychological-based therapies, meditation, sound, dance and singing practices, water aerobics, and most importantly was building a supportive community. 

 

Later, I decided to get certified as a biodynamic craniosacral therapist. Having experienced its benefits first hand, I knew it would continue to support my healing simultaneously with others. I feel honored to be able to offer this profound and restorative healing modality in the world. I am also excited to bring my passion and skills into the world via natural facial rejuvenation, coaching, and teaching yoga and meditation.

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Curious about my Credentials?

Introduction to Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy with Ajaya Sommers 2012.

Lange-Muller Method of Natural Facial Rejuvenation 2017

*A Synthesis of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Techniques and Chinese Acupressure

specific to the face

700 hour Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Foundation Training

with Gary Peterson 2016-2018.

*Registered Craniosacral Therapist RCST®

with The Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America 2018

200 hour Ayurveda Yoga Teacher Training 2019

Wayfinder Life Coach Training 2020

LoveYourBrain Certified Yoga Instructor 2022

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Dance When you're broken open.

Dance if you've torn the bandage off..

Dance in the middle of the fighting.

Dance in your blood.

Dance when you're perfectly free.

 

~Rumi

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