Who am I? I have been called a dreamer, empath, light anchor, shape-shifter, fairy, healer… I’m also a partner, mom, wife, friend, sister, tree-hugger, writer, daughter and lover of Mama Earth.
I grew up exploring and dreaming in a beautiful oak forest in the midwest. Today I live in northern Colorado and I still look for any excuse to hang out with Mother Nature. If there is a forest to explore or a trail to hike, I’m there. Perhaps I love the wild places so much because Bear claimed me as one of her own at an early age. My first animal totem (age 2) was Boo Boo Bear!
I am an empathic seer. I was born with the ability to “see” or sense what’s going on beneath the surface of things; I pick up the disturbance in an energy field, the dissonant, twisted and knotted energies that keep a person or a piece of land stuck and unable to flow with Natural joy and health.
Today I use my sight to teach people how to connect with and be nourished by the Soul of Nature. I also show them how to listen for the whispers of their own Soul. My ultimate goal is to help as many people as possible reconnect and flow with the Soul of Nature. I founded Sacred Earth Institute in 2015 to further that goal.
I began my career as an ICU Nurse many moons ago. In 1997, I founded my energetic and spiritual healing practice. Over the past 25+ years, I have nursed people back to health, built a successful healing practice, taught hundreds of students how to heal, written 2 books and raised two children. My teaching experience encompasses a wide range of topics; meditation, yoga, computer science, Soul journaling, shamanic dreaming, creativity, anatomy and physiology as well as Reiki, CranioSacral Therapy and Elemental Flow™.
Daughter of the Mother
I am the daughter of the mother who sees beneath
Raven’s eye shows me the way through
To the other side where down is up
And time can stand still
Until the time is right.
I am the daughter of the mother who sings in my bones
Drum song carries me out of now
To a place where Earth dances with her Sun
Spirit Bear shows me the way
I am home.