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My journey to holistic healing and death care, as surprising as it may sound, is completely owed to my college and career in Music Therapy and opera. Classical music and studying Music Therapy led me to the path of exploring the healing nature of vibration and frequency. Music Therapy also afforded me my first opportunity of working with the dying in memory care and hospice. In the years following, I dedicated all of my free time exploring aromatherapy, crystals, and holistic wellness, and learning and honing energy healing modalities such as reiki. Doing holistic healing sessions with clients was the first time I felt like I was truly making a difference to better people's lives while being aligned with God's will for my life. I also maintained my curiosity of death care and the dying, which became a deep love the more I read and studied various facets and arts within holistic death care. I now live and work at the intersection of these two great loves.
Now days, my daily world and my work are variable in the best way. I have the privilege of serving clients on various points along the spectrum of living and dying. Some days, I'm doing Energy Medicine work for bodily wellness on a client who is on my table. Other days, I'm sitting bedside in companionship or vigil with an actively dying person, helping their family tend to some house work, or perhaps crafting a ceremony or helping the family with a legacy project to remember their loved one by. There are also days when I get to teach an eager bunch of students who are as excited and called by this work as I am. Regardless of what my work consists of any given day, I thank God and the angels for bringing me here, where I get to guide people to the next point in their soul's journey.
Some more about me as a person: Humor is my favorite language to speak. When I'm not working, I love training Krav Maga, dancing, and reading. I'm a professional opera singer and have even sung in Carnegie Hall in 2018. I pray and talk to Mary and the Saints like they're my friends (because they are) and I even make custom rosaries. I also make essential oil blends and homegrown flower essences to offer my clients additional emotional and spiritual support, and I always keep the diffuser loaded. I'm an INFJ and my five elements personality types are Earth, Metal and Fire. I've been married to the greatest man on Earth for five years, and our chihuahua, Nova, is my baby.
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