Narrative Alchemy

There is a story within you that needs to be told. It is not a matter of if, it is only a matter of when. Maya Angelou once said that there is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you. Through the power of narrative alchemy, we'll work together to discover your voice and unearth the story within. The one that makes you authentically— you.

When we heal ourselves
we heal the collective

Yoga teacher and social justice activist Michelle C. Johnson said that we have been conditioned to not remember our wholeness. In a 1:1 mentorship container, we’ll move through the soul work necessary to actualize your story, strengthen your sacred connection to self, nurture and awake the divine feminine within, and discover your wholeness once more.

As my teacher says, we are all on this journey together. Maybe I am just a few steps ahead of you on the path — I’ve been where you are. Let me walk with you, and reach out my hand to help guide you past the puddles and navigate the rocks and brambles along the way.

Wherever you are in your journey, the narrative alchemy framework is designed to hold space for your inner work around healing and personal narratives. This program and process bring together my lived and professional experience as a writer, storyteller, women’s guidance facilitator, yoga teacher, conscious creator, and mental health advocate.

We are all part of a greater collective, and we all deserve to heal. It is my firm belief that my path in life is to join together the stories, modalities, and tools that facilitate healing from within, and share them with you — my community. 

Come Home to Yourself

You are resilient; you are healing, and you are ready to tell your story.

If you’ve ever found a piece of yourself in someone else’s story — If you’ve ever felt as if an author’s truth was speaking right to you, you’ve unlocked the beauty of memoir. Stories are woven deeply into the fabric of our lives — they let us know that we are not alone in this world.

While we cannot change our past, we can write our stories into the present. In crafting our narratives — written or embodied — we author our own stories. The ones that we are made of. I hope that you will let the stories that are happening to you become the stories you are telling.