After my first experience with craniosacral therapy I took a leap of faith and went back to school

to get my massage therapists license from Alexander School of Natural Therapeutics in

Tacoma, where I graduated at the top of my class. I then started a graduate type program studying craniosacral therapy with Ursula Popp in Seattle, where I became a certified

craniosacral practitioner. It was one of the hardest things I have ever done but also one of the

best. I learned so much about craniosacral work, about life, and about myself. It was not an

easy path but I am so grateful for each and every step,

and feel so blessed to have a job that I am passionate

about and truly love.



When I am not spending time at work with my clients my favorite place to be is at home with my family. I homeschool my children, Judy and Emmett, which was another challenging yet rewarding decision that I am so glad I made! I love spending so much time with my kids and

with my husband Scott, and my dogs, Charlie and Linus.