A bit about what I do:
My healing practice is dedicated to teaching people proper breathing as a pathway to better health and wellness. For clients who like to write, I offer guidance (during the breathing session) on mapping out a story, filling in the gaps and creating a finished product. For those who are not into writing, I offer myself as their scribe (during the breathing session), dictating as the story unfolds. Writing personal story can be deeply healing, in and of itself, but layered in with a bit of self-care (correct breathing) gets the creative juices flowing, energy blocks released, and the memory bank unlocked. It’s amazing what comes up!
In addition to offering breathing sessions in person at my Seattle clinic, I travel throughout the Puget Sound area to perform energy clearing for physical places—because homes, offices and event centers need to breathe too! (Especially before and after large gatherings). Read more about this service here.
In addition to my own writing projects, I partner with those who desire help in getting their story written. During my twenty-three years working in engineering, I was a technical writer and editor. These technical skills complement my work as a personal writing coach. Everyone has a story to tell—sharing it can be transformative, even miraculous.
My current writing project, It’s Not About You: How to Stop Taking Things Personally, is a hybrid—blending memoir and self-help. It’s the book I pitched at the first writing conference I attended (about fifteen years ago), and where I was invited to send material to a well-respected publisher. For various reasons, I put the project away and switched my efforts to completing my memoir, Glowing Houses, (which I have done). Read more about my writing projects here.