About Me


I work with spiritual seekers who:

– Want to live a life aligned with their purpose
– Who believe in a just and equitable world
– And who want to feel more peace and joy in their daily life

The only problem is you struggle with anxiety and perfectionism and it’s holding you back from the life you want.

Maybe you’re like me. Before I started my healing journey, I was anxious 90% of the time. It’d take me over a week to write and send a short email because I’d be editing and re-editing, worried about getting something wrong.

I had social anxiety to the point that it took me years to sign up for a single dance class.

But through Core Energetics and yoga, I’ve been able to move towards a life aligned with my dreams.

Core is similar to traditional psychotherapy in the sense that as a child you have to choose attachment to your primary caregivers or parents, over authenticity. Maybe, as a child, you wanted to be angry and say no, but you had to people please or be a caretaker to the grown ups around you.

With my clients, I explore these patterns and habits and you get to decide whether you want to keep them now that you’re an adult. 

We also explore how these patterns impacted your body and nervous system. Trauma is often stored in the body so we’ll use a combination of neuroscience techniques and physical exercises to heal these patterns permanently.

Core and yoga have changed my life so significantly that I’m passionate about sharing these techniques with others. And I’m committed to creating a space for healing that’s anti-racist, feminist, affirms sexual and gender-diversity and is anti-ableist.

The story of my healing journey has been featured on Tiny Buddha, Introvert Dear, Sweatpants & Coffee, the Yasodhara Ashram Blog and the CourageMakers and Rare Birds podcasts.

And I feel honoured that I get to support my clients to move towards a life of their dreams. If you’re curious about working together, let’s connect.

Book a free consultation to chat here.

I acknowledge that my practice is located on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.