Greetings, and thank you for your curiosity about my journey. I am an Urban Shamanic Practitioner and Energy Healer, but my path wasn't always rooted in alternative therapy—I initially navigated the corporate world. Today, I'm not just a practitioner; I'm a mother to two incredible young adults navigating university life.
The Foundation: Born in East Africa, I spent several years in South Africa, before moving to my parents' home country of New Zealand. My adolescence unfolded between New Zealand and Australia. At 21, I embarked on a decade long journey across the UK, Europe, and Canada. I eventually settled in Australia to start a family.
A Defining Moment: The birth of my second child became a turning point in my life. Seeking solace, I embraced yoga and meditation, discovering a profound peace previously absent from my life. This ignited a transformative journey into alternative therapies, spurred by a pivotal moment during my partner's chronic illness—a journey that nearly cost me my life. This NDE reshaped my perspectives, prompting deep introspection into my life.
My Path to Healing: Meditation became my sanctuary, leading me to become a qualified Meditation Teacher and later pursuing Holistic Life Coaching. Venturing into energy healing, I obtained certifications in Usui Reiki (Master), Crystal Reiki (Master), and Chikara-Reiki-Do (Master). Further studies in Chakra Healing and Energy Body Healing broadened my understanding of the mind-body connection.
Embracing a Shamanic Path: Over the course of a decade, I found myself naturally drawn into shamanic techniques, responding to a call from Spirit. In more recent years, this journey has evolved, leading me to immerse more intentionally into the Path of the Shaman. Embracing my role as a shamanic practitioner, I've forged a deeper connection with nature, the planet, and the Universe.
The Shamanic Practitioner: My journey is a continual exploration, and my dedication to self-discovery stays steadfast. As a shamanic practitioner, I am in constant evolution, consistently learning and adapting to enhance my ability to assist those on their own journeys. If you've accompanied me on this path, I express my gratitude. I am here to offer support and guidance as you navigate your distinctive journey into the future.
I gratefully acknowledge the wisdom and patience of my teachers and mentors who have generously taken the time and energy to train me into the modern modalities and ancient lineages of the medicine men and women of the past and the future. Without them, I would be unable to be of service to you and Mother Earth.
The Nine Rites of the Munay Ki - Sharon Ramel - current The Path of Celtic Shamanism - Tom Llewellyn - current Therapeutic Shamanism - Paul Francis - current Cacao Ceremony Facilitator Training - Nele Zeeh - current Shamanic Reiki Master Teacher - Stacey Gibbons and Lyn Roberts - current Celtic Shamanism - Rhonda McCrimmon - current Chakra Healing Master - Harriette-Rose and Molly Malone Shamanic Journeying for Guidance and Healing - Sandra Ingerman, MA Shamanic Reiki Master Practitioner - Stacey Gibbons The Shamans Way of Healing - Alberto Villoldo Crystal-Dreaming® - Vanamali and Raym Richards Reiki Master - Usui Ryoho Reiki - Lisa Powers Reiki Master - Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki - Judith Conroy Crystal Reiki Master - Lisa Powers Space Clearing Reiki - Melissa Crowhurst Animal Reiki - Lisa Powers Meditation Teacher - Julie Jenkins Holistic Health - Kristin Merizalde Holistic Life Coach - Julie Jenkins The Art of Energy Healing - James Seriph 7 Chakras : The complete guide to your Energy Body - James Seriph ThetaHealing® Basic DNA & Advanced DNA - Mark Anthony Holistic Herbalism - Tania Magdalene Touch for Health L.1 - Arthur Bablis
I acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land I reside on, the Cam-mer-ay-gal Group of the Ku-ring-gai Aboriginal Tribe, one of the 29 tribes of the Eora Nation, and pay my respects to the Elders past, present and emerging. Of the lands I work on, I acknowledge the Wangal Clan, one of the 29 tribes of the Eora Nation, and the Bidjigal, Birrabirragal and Gadigal people, who traditionally occupied the Sydney Coast, of the Eora Nation, and pay my respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging I acknowledge and recognize their cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, the waters and the seas and their rich contribution to society