I’m committed to speak about trauma.
I know it’s not sexy.
Trauma is real. It happens. And releasing it matters.
Our body keeps a physical memory of all of our experiences.
We have lots of memories stored in our brain that we can recount at any given moment. We can recall names, faces, where the event took place, what it smelled like. But over time, these memories fade or change as time passes and we mature. However, even when the memory begins to fade from our brain, it lives on in our body in the form of physical sensations and behavior patterns.
The body doesn’t forget.
The events of our lives leave physiological imprints in our bodies, especially when we experience trauma or situations of extreme stress that cause the body to fight, flee, or freeze in order to cope.
We are not born into a culture which encourages trauma release/discharge. When we experience stress, trauma or tension we are taught to either deny, medicate or suppress our uncomfortable feelings. To keep our emotions tidy. To be ashamed of our anger. To be strong in the face of sadness. Western societal conditioning and mainstream expectations prevent us from truly feeling safe to acknowledge our trauma so that we can discharge the tension which arises from our pain.
Instead we carry our stress, anxiety, and trauma around with us every day and use food, alcohol and other addictive behaviors to soothe ourselves and quiet the emotional discomfort.
Trauma release is one of the most neglected and important gateways to mental wellness, emotional resilience and long term holistic addiction recovery.
Learning to live through states of high arousal (no matter what their source) allows us to maintain balance and sanity. It enables us to live life in its full range and wholeness - from agony to ecstasy.
Trauma release is deep work and there are many ways to wash away the pain from our body and elevate ourselves to a higher state of being without the need to cathartically release. It takes time and support. However, the long term benefits trauma release has on one's mental, emotional and physical health make it a valuable process.
My work combines sound healing, homeopathy, plant medicine and convention challenging addiction recovery, trauma release & mental health modalities.
I am of service to individuals who are ready to gently release their old trauma patterns so that they can transcend their anxiety, fear, depression, addictions, self-loathing and fall in love with being alive again.
I welcome you into my world if you feel the call to get out of your mind, drop into your body, open your heart, follow your soul’s truth and dive even deeper into yourself.
In service always.
2000 - DIPLOMA IN HOMEOPATHY (BRITISH INSTITUTE OF HOMEOPATHY)
2004 - DIPLOMA IN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (BRITISH INSTITUTE OF HOMEOPATHY)
2004 - DIPLOMA IN PATHOLOGY & THE NATURE OF DISEASE (BRITISH INSTITUTE OF HOMEOPATHY)
2016 - CERTIFIED NUTRITIONAL HEALTH COACH (INSTITUTE FOR INTEGRATIVE NUTRITION)
2017 - BEYOND ADDICTION; A YOGIC PATH TO RECOVERY (DR. GABOR MATÉ, SAT DHARAM KAUR)
2019 - LEVEL 1 SOUND HEALER TEACHER TRAINING (SIMONE VITALE)
2019 - LEVEL 1 ISTA (INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF TEMPLE ARTS)