The most profound good each human can achieve is to offer positive energy back into the world in what ever way they are able. To love, to share, to resonate healing: this is our journey. A smile on your face can affect more change than you may ever know. Having the energy and space in your life to spare a moment or lend a hand will ripple outwards infinitely. My hope is to conduct the flow of truth, consciousness, and bliss.
Growing up in an old farmhouse with nature surrounding me left an imprint on my soul and offered me an intangible place to always call home. I know that this place exists in every one of us in our unique way. My youth was far from traditional, lending its tumultuous self to the creation of what I fondly call our “family bush”. The more the merrier has been a proverb in every one of the many places I call home, and this has taught me the sacredness of community.
Forces encouraging perfection and ‘success’ abounded in my lucky life, culminating in my rigorous Vermont education at Middlebury College, for which I am eternally grateful. My love of sound and intense interest in human psychology and physiology lead me to focus my energy on music, cognitive psychology, and yoga. I hold degrees in both music and psychology.
These passions have shaped my life, and while I had a taste of the music industry through my success in several Music Licensing positions, after self-reflection I was able to follow my heart, and was blessed to discover a beautiful intersection of my loves in the form of Music Therapy, Yoga teaching, sound healing, and cooking. I am a certified yoga instructor through Yoga Alliance at the RYT-200 level, and a Board Certified Music Therapist through the University of the Pacific and Earthtones Music Therapy Services. I also have my Sound Healing certification through Globe Institute of Sound and Consciousness.
My brief time here has been marked with trial and drastic change, existential crises, heartbreak and love, and constant self-discovery. I am no stranger to suffering, but strive to count my blessings, which abound. I have often taken for granted what is most essential - my mind, my heart, and my body - amidst the search for ‘more’. Finding my spirit through sound, music, yoga, and food has strengthened my respect and love for this essence. The human desire to attain our truest expression is what fuels my passion to serve, and I hope to extend that bliss to each person I encounter.