For as long as I can remember I have had "high-functioing" anxiety. The constant stress and anxiety that I felt didn't disrupt my day to day, but over the years I started to develop more severe symptoms. I started to have nervous ticks, I would be hypervigilant, I would grind my teeth at night. I started to have digestive issues and skin conditions. My energy levels were low. My body was asking me in different ways to slow down and go inward. Honestly, I didn't even know I was anxious until I started therapy 9 years ago. During that time I was also depressed and had a major "victim" story I was using to explain much of what was happening in my life.
Then I randomly came across a breathwork class. I had no idea what it was, but felt intrigued to check it out. And that's when my life changed. I was asked to lay on the ground and breathe in from my belly, then from my heart, and exhale. During the 30 minutes of active breathing I started to cry, my hands cramped up, I had an incredible release. I had never experienced anything like this before. And I felt like the depression cloud had lifted. Colors looked brighter. I felt alive again. And more importantly, I felt empowered. I fell in love with breathwork so much that I ended up becoming a certified breathwork coach.
For the last 4 years I've guided thousands of people to intimately connect with their breath as a pathway for transformation. I create personalized healing journeys by combining breathwork, intuitive guidance and curated music. The combination of my clairvoyance and the active breathing creates an accelerated healing session. This work is deep. It's transformative. It's for anyone who is ready to show up for themselves and change their life. I see your beautiful light, your gifts, and I want you to see them too. To celebrate them and share them with the world. I want to help you manifests your biggest dreams.
I regularly facilitate Breathwork experiences within corporations - Hyundai, WeWork, Accenture, Vistage, American Heart Association. My work has been featured on BravoTV, Los Angeles Times, Harper's Baazar, among other publications.