Throughout history, humans have learned how to heal themselves – mind, body, and spirit. Plants were our first medicine. We lived in ways that were full of ceremony and kept us connected to the land and to each other. I believe that today’s fast-paced life and global awareness has impacted our social well-being. Many of us have lost this knowledge, the connection to our land, and to ourselves.
Present traumas, old wounds, and ancestral upset often manifest in our bodies. During my shamanic apprenticeships, my elders taught me the old ways of healing the soul. Early on in my journey, I was sitting in a field of bleeding hearts on the Olympic Coast. I knew then that my own heart needed to heal before I could ask anyone to embark on their own journey with me.
Shamanic healers are the bridge between the human family and the spirit world. I have been shown how to bring ceremony, dream work, soul retrieval, and prayer into our modern world. As a shamanic healer, my goal is to provide a safe environment in which deep healing can occur.