Creating Ceremonies to honour life's transitions....
Since I was a young girl, I either had my head either stuck in a book, or I was writing poetry and day-dreaming, and have always had a mystical, romantic side to me, which to this day is a big part of my life. As a published author, shamanic artist, and deeply creative person, I find the process of working with people to create ceremonies one of the most powerful things there is. To say I love my job would be an understatement!
I discovered early in life that I was deeply drawn to spirituality, and holistic living, and spent years training in holistic medicine, herbalism, nutrition and shamanic healing. After my training in herbalism and Holistic Nutrition I channeled it into my work as a birth doula and childbirth educator for over a decade. To me there is nothing more powerful than working with couples during important life transitions. For years I created meaningful rites of passages and baby blessing ceremonies for families, attended births and taught prenatal classes, and then one day I was asked by some friends to perform the ceremony part of their wedding. I was thrilled, and the experience was so amazing that I knew there was no looking back!
As a dedicated mother to two children, and wife of 15 years I can attest to the importance of sharing life’s transitions with family and community. It is my greatest joy to create meaningful ceremonies that make a big impact on you and your cherished guests. Together we will mark the crossing of a threshold and celebrate this amazing life we all are given.
As a spirit healer I have seen the immense healing benefits that come from this type of spiritual healing and am honoured to be offering this work in the form of ceremony. My training in spirit work and earth based animism comes from core shamanic techniques, and my initiation into a Northern Celtic Shamanic tradition known as the Sagh’ic-Tire Dhream.
Living and working on theunceded Indigenous land belonging to the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.