My interest in working with the human body began in 2001 when I graduated from San Jose State University as an Occupational Therapist (OT). I began practicing OT in a community setting before honing my neurological clinical skills on Santa Clara Valley Medical Center’s Traumatic Brain Injury and Acute Spinal Cord Injury Units. In 2008, I moved to Oakland, California and returned to general acute rehabilitation at Summit Alta Bates.
In 2014, after a series of unexplainable health issues, I found myself on my own healing journey when I was diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease. It was an eye-opening experience to transition from the practitioner to the patient and I clearly began to see the gap in whole body healing in the conventional medicine system.
I was fortunate to stumble upon a Lyme Literate Medical Doctor (LLMD) who quickly identified Lyme disease and began to guide me. Through this healing journey I developed a deep respect for the value of naturopathy, homeopathy, herbs and clean eating. I explored alternative healing modalities not commonly practiced by conventional medicine, and I also developed a comprehensive understanding of the concepts of chronic stress on the body, vagus nerve dysfunction, epigenetics, gene mutation expression like MTHFR, VDR, COMT, and many of the other common components involved in those with lyme, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, anxiety, and other autoimmune issues.
While all these things were major contributors to my improved overall health, it was Biofield Tuning that made a profound change in my physical and emotional health and wellbeing at a time when I was stuck in a healing plateau and feeling very hopeless. I experienced such positive sustained changes through Biofield Tuning that in 2019 I became a Certified Biofield Tuning practitioner with the deep desire to bring the improved health and wellbeing that I experienced through Biofield Tuning to others facing similar obstacles. I am always so excited to share this amazing modality!
I love the outdoors, growing dahlias, spending time with family and friends, helping people solve problems to improve quality of life, and exploring “electric health” and the many modalities that can benefit the body and the bridge the gap between science and spirituality.
I live in Central Oregon with my husband, teenage daughter, and Bernese Mountain Dog, Rontu.