What is your story? Or in other words, what made you your awesome self you are today?
Three marriages, three divorces, four incredible children. I knew this life required me to be a mother first and foremost but had no idea what was beyond that, I didn’t even desire anything really. I worked part-time in the fitness industry which I loved and had no inclination to ever work in the “real world’.
It wasn’t until 11 years ago when my mental and physical health in my last marriage escalated that I sought counseling. Then I discovered kinesiology, then spiritual healing with kinesiology. My soul woke up and began speaking with me after all these years! I learned the modality of kinesiology to use on my personal training clients and while doing this, I awakened the healing gifts I carried. I am a healer, and I didn’t know it. I have been doing this for over ten years and am now on the verge of a monumental shift into writing books of my experiences, coded with powerful energy which my body carries and emanates so easily. My first book is almost done!
Two life-changing trips to Machu Picchu and one to Egypt have connected me to ancient masters and assisted in opening up my channeling genius which is now my mother tongue on a daily basis. This language carries information specifically directed to those I come into contact with in my work, whether in person or through my online presence. It’s not something I switch on and off, even the participants in my pilates and barre classes know there’s something different about me, they say they feel my presence and energy and it’s so magnetic to them. I love my life, and it’s only getting better all the time. This is the magical elixir I want everyone to have.
What message do you promote?
You don’t need healing, it’s way beyond that. You have everything you need, it’s about unlocking the portals by shedding the matter surrounding it. Virtually everything you’ve ever learned needs to be turned on its head.
In what capacity do you LEAD UP in your community?
I connect with incredible people in my classes and sessions as well as online, and I promote having raising the taboo and saucy subjects like prostate massage, the connection between sex and money, all the juicy stuff everyone thinks about but they keep a buffer on so as not to offend or be judged and criticized.
In business and/or in life, share a struggle you overcame that other women can relate to
Overcoming the shame of not one, but three failed marriages. Being cheated on and the fear of abandonment it carried for long afterward. Cheating on my husband instead of facing the truth and communicating instead of people-pleasing. I overcame all of these related issues by learning to rise into my own importance, not in ego, or mego but in love. I went through the processes of opening my heart up to being worthy of having a voice, an opinion, and a life of untapped potential to live.
What is the most rewarding aspect of what you do?
The rewards of what I do propel me every day. People’s lives changing, physical illnesses and ailments disappearing, relationships healing, self-worth being restored, anxiety being alchemized, depression disappearing, shame falling away. All of these are the results of people owning that they alone have the power to change their lives, it just takes following intuition and learning how to differentiate between their shadows and their power.
How do you SHOW UP?
I’m vulnerable as fuck. That would have scared the life out of me before, but now I openly use my own experiences as a voice to let others know it’s okay to not have it all together and to fall again and again. It’s in getting up and laughing at myself that I grow and am a better inspiration and leader to the world.
If you could give one piece of advice for women who are entering the workforce or launching their own business what would that be?
Stop getting anyone else’s opinion. That will kill your creative juices. Own your ideas, surround yourself with those who lift you up, and learn how to discern shadow voices in others as well as yourself. There is no such thing as a silly question or idea.
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