A bit about me and my journey
As a triathlete, Personal Trainer and Sales Manager, I wanted to perform well. I studied health and fitness and worked hard to achieve my goals.
It wasn’t until 1999, and the onset of what were described as “mental health issues”, that I started to question what I’d learned. To become aware of the flaws in western medicine and our medical belief system.
To start, I moved my focus away from the body, towards the mind. Studying human and animal psychology and behaviour, I qualified as a therapist and a Coach. In the process of doing so, I stumbled across traditional, Native American Medicine and found the missing piece of the wellness puzzle.
Utilising it personally, I healed and transformed myself. Professionally, I trained for more than a decade to acquire the knowledge and hone the intuitive skills needed to become a Practitioner. It is my mastery in this discipline, that enables me to assist others in the way I do today.