“And suddenly you just know…
It’s time to start something new
and trust the magic of beginnings”.
I am a big fan of everyone being exactly who they are.
My teaching, coaching, and facilitation are all influenced by my navigation of and healing from trauma, an eating disorder and other addictions, the trials and tribulations of single motherhood, and other life’s challenges. I truly believe that from pain comes wisdom.
I take pride in my capacity to share with authenticity from a raw and human place — breaking down the barriers to our humanity. It is always my intention and hope that inspiration can be gleaned from hearing of my healing journey and the transformational impact that this work has had on my life; shedding light on the dark.
My strength and competence in supporting others in their personal healing is a direct result of my personal experiences.
My life’s work is to bring those that I have the privilege of working with, closer to that raw experience of their human existence. To support them in releasing debilitating addictive patterns and to be real, authentic, vulnerable, and accepting of themselves. To own who they truly are and to share themselves from that place of embodiment and aliveness.
At the turn of every year there is that opportunity to begin anew.
To step more fully into our uniqueness as humans alive on the planet right now.
We have the fortuity to gain clarity and awareness around that which we would love to change in our lives, what we want to let go of, and the vision for how we want to be living. It is a powerful time of reset.
The prevalent path at this time of year is to take on many ambitious goals, to jump into making them a reality, and then to tank after a few weeks. I am certainly not immune to this scenario.
What I am interested in is how to create sustainable change. How do we actually decipher what it is we want to shift, morph, let go of, call in, and create in a way that is sustainable?
To me, the key to doing so is to embody our intentions. To take in all that is being asked to shift and breathe it into our bodies, into our hearts, and into our souls. To palpably feel how we desire to feel in our lives. To discern what it would feel like if we start exercising more, or limit our social media intake, or change careers, or…
Whatever it is that you have on your plate to shift this fresh New Year, perhaps take a moment and feel into the direction that you are moving in? Can you hone in on what steps need to be taken while remaining connected to a felt sense of where you are going?
Once we are able to feel in our bodies, our hearts, and our souls the direction we want to move in – we create the imprint and have that as a reference point as we continue to navigate life. We can continuously come back to that felt sensation and check in with ourselves.
Does this particular action feel aligned with my embodied intentions and the direction I desire to move in?
From that place, the potential of sustainable healing, change, and creation are abundant and an exciting new beginning is inevitable.
“Evolution and all hopes for a better world rest in the fearlessness and open-hearted vision of people who embrace life”.