October 18, 2015

As the fall months quickly fly by, I am grateful for all the people that I have had the pleasure to connect with!  As I delve more deeply into offering my life's passion to the world, it dawns on me that it is so unique to discover your calling and purpose and to be able to share it with others.  So this month is dedicated to my gratitude for you! and for all that you are doing to help create positive change in your life, and in the lives that you touch.  I hope that we can manifest a web of positivity that will transform our world into a happier, healthier place.  Namaste.

August 26, 2015

I'm just returning from a quick trip out to Los Angeles!  What an amazing city, although I regrettably didn't have as much time to explore the city as I would have liked.  I was working on an audio project with Ryan Thomas with Angels on Audio.  I can't wait to share the relaxation and meditation tracks that we recorded!

I did make it down to Venice beach on my last day there.  What an magical sunset we were blessed with.

July 30, 2015

This summer brought many beautiful moments of exploration, community, and stillness.  I had the opportunity to visit several new festivals, and beautiful places within the US.  I hope to continue expanding my travels through the world as my wellness practice grows.

One specific highlight on my travels was the opportunity to hike through Zion National Park.  The views of this epic land formation were stunning and humbling.  I hope I am able to return there next summer as I would like to hike further into the narrows.

May 20, 2015

I'm looking forward to embarking on my 11th year out at the Kerrville Folk Festival!  This festival was one of my first festival experiences (Old Settler's took the cake, but I haven't missed a year of KFF).

My role out at KFF has continued to evolve and transform with my life's passion.  It truly is a place I consider home and the people there are my family.

Every year I take my trip to Kerrville as an opportunity to reflect on my life, my inspirations, and my aspirations.  It has always been a sweet home coming, and a time for celebration.  If you have never been out to a festival before, it's one of the ones I would recommend for any age group.  And if you're a seasoned festival goer, then it's definitely one to add to the list!

I'm looking forward to being home :)

April 27, 2015
I apologize for my online absence!  This year has flown by and has been marked by many huge milestones.  To begin, I have expanded my chair massage business from the Austin area to include Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio.  My travels to these Texas metropolitan regions have led to me to recruit some of the best massage therapists in those areas.  However, this expansion has also equated to long days and more time invested in mission-critical activities.

I'm looking forward to helping more people as a result of this growth, and hope you will help share the massage love with your support and referrals. <3

Secondly, I have expanded my traveling horizons with an aim to offer more workshops this year.  One of the hurdles I have surpassed is obtaining my Texas Massage CE Provider approval.  In addition, I have completed the requisite coursework and have submitted my application to become a Texas Massage Therapy Instructor (MTI).  The CE provider and MTI titles will enable me to teach hands-on courses to Licensed Massage Therapists (LMTs) throughout the state for continuing education credits!!

March 25, 2015

This weekend marks the semi-unofficial kick-off of my workshop season with Head for the Hills Music Festival.  I'm excited to be offering a new workshop this Saturday on Pranayama: Divine Breath*, in addition to my favorite - Thai Massage & Partner Stretching offering. :)

*Workshop Description: Prana is the divine life force of the universe; entering the physical body through our breath.  Ayama is the extension of this precious energy through gentle breathing practices.   This workshop will focus on cleansing and revitalizing our bodies using three breathing techniques: Full Yogic Breath, Kapalabhati, and Anuloma Viloma.  These exercises will help calm the mind and are excellent tools to deepen your yoga practice and reduce worldly stress.