37 West Fairmont Ave, Savannah,GA,31406 Suite 320



During a healing touch session, I initiate with a grounding procedure aimed at quieting the mind, fostering compassion, and fully engaging with you in the present moment. My focus is directed towards promoting your utmost well-being. I'm of the belief that this practice harmonizes and adjusts the flow of energy that might have been disrupted due to factors like stress, pain, or illness. As for session preparation, I recommend refraining from alcohol consumption the night before. Dress comfortably and come ready to discuss your health objectives. Whether it's relaxation, stress relief, relief from specific symptoms like nausea or pain, or preparing for a medical procedure, being clear about your healing needs will optimize the session's effectiveness. Wondering about the potential sensations? People's responses to energy healing can vary widely. While some may not perceive anything, others might feel energy shifts, profound relaxation, a sense of support, or even see vivid images and colors. Emotional releases like tears or gaining deeper insights into personal aspects are also reported by some patients.


Embark on a transformative journey with our introductory workshop, a complimentary two-hour class designed to equip you with tools for reducing stress and enhancing your body's resilience. Through a series of sessions offered via Zoom three to four times a month at 7 pm, I share scientifically-backed, sacred practices aimed at fostering whole-body healing. Whether you're on a quest for mindfulness, grounding, or addressing specific body, mind, or spirit issues, this workshop is tailored for you. Although the content remains consistent, the live sessions offer a different energy each time, inviting you to attend as many times as you feel drawn to. Step into the realm of personal development and advanced healing with our Day of Healing workshop. Ideal for both beginners and advanced practitioners, this 7-hour class provides a comprehensive protocol for ethical healing. Learn techniques such as scanning, long-distance, and radiant healing, enabling you to perform healing on yourself, your family, friends, and even your pets. This hybrid class, offered both in-person and via Zoom, accommodates various learning preferences. Further details are available upon registration. For those seeking a profound journey into personal growth and healing of body, mind, and spirit, our Basic Training is tailored to meet your needs. Ideal for healthcare practitioners, individuals interested in deepening their spiritual connection, and those aiming to enhance intuition, psychic abilities, awareness, joy, and creativity, this training covers over 50 advanced energy healing techniques. Honoring diverse spiritual traditions, the Basic Training releases long-held programming and subconscious energy patterns, facilitating profound transformation. Upon completion, you receive a Certificate in Energy Healing, establishing you as a respected and exceptional healer.

WEDDINGS​ - Ministerial Services​


A spiritual consultation involves a dialogue, rooted in an individual's spiritual convictions, regarding various aspects of their life. It explores the direct or indirect influence of the Universal/God/divine/Spirit/higher power/Flow in their life, addressing spiritual uncertainties, inquiries, faith, and the quest for direction, understanding, and solutions. Additionally, it encompasses the coordination of ministerial services like weddings, funerals, and ceremonies such as Cacao, Full Moon, and Drum Circle. Our expertise also extends to entity removal.


An end-of-life doula is a trained professional who provides emotional and physical support, education, and guidance to a dying person and their loved ones before, during, and after death They are also known as death doulas, end-of-life coaches, death midwives, or death coaches . The role of an end-of-life doula is to assist the dying person and their family in feeling safe and supported during this important transition . They provide comfort, resources, and support in various ways, such as listening, reading, writing, or planning . End-of-life doulas are not medical or clinical professionals, but they may work with hospice or palliative care teams .Their goal is to help dying people and their families transition from life into death, with the aim of achieving a “good death” for their patients.

SPIRITUAL CONSULTATION​ - Ministerial Services​


Grief is the normal and natural emotional response to change or loss of any kind – death, divorce, moving, financial changes, health changes, relationship changes and on and on… Grief is also the result of unmet hopes, dreams and expectations and the loss of intangible concepts such as safety, trust, security, respect, faith… and hope. Grief is universal. All of us have experienced grief throughout our lives, as a result of many changes and losses. But we are not well prepared to really handle, manage or recover from the emotional impact which result from these changes and losses. The GRM explains why we are so ill prepared to recover from our grief if it’s so universal and a normal and natural response? Just as our grief is universal, the ineffective ways of dealing with it are also pretty universal. Often, the way we manage our grief is the same – or similar to – the ways our parents and other key figures in our lives have managed theirs… in fact, sometimes for many generations. In addition to parents and key family members, we also learn ineffective tools for dealing with grief from other key adults in our lives as we are growing up – teachers, clergy, coaches, counselors, even the media and tv and music personalities. Grief is an emotional response – yet often we try to ease our grief by using intellectual tools – we try to “figure it out,” “solve it” or “understand” it. Just as if we were asked to paint a room, but were only given a hammer and a screw driver, we cannot accomplish the task of recovering from grief with inappropriate tools. If given a paint brush, paint and a drop cloth, we could indeed paint a room. Given the proper emotional tools, we can also achieve recovery from our grief. That’s what the Grief Recovery Method provides – the appropriate emotional tools for doing this work. How does the Grief Recovery Method help achieve Recovery? The GRM is just that – a method – a step by step process – an “action program” - for unlocking and respecting the emotional experience of our grief – both the immediate or presenting grief issues – and those that may have been holding us captive for years. Often, the most recent or presenting loss is actually made more difficult by related experiences from our past which were not recognized or addressed at the time – adding weight to that resulting from the current loss. Through a defined step-by-step process, the GRM first explores the “old, ineffective tools” we’ve been using, with the belief that it’s hard to learn new tools if we don’t understand why the old ones might not have been effective. Then, the process shifts to the introduction of new tools which can be used across a wide gamut of losses – from persons, to pets, to hopes and dreams and expectations, to those intangible things like trust, safety or faith. At every step the griever is respected, listened to and heard without judgement or analysis, and is supported in identifying and giving voice to the array of emotions that accompany the full extent of the loss. Once the GRM process is completed for one loss, it can be used over and over again, to address other past losses, and to help more quickly address new losses. What is the GRM process like – how is it different from other grief support programs? . The GRM is an action-based program that involves reading and writing assignments as outlined in “The Grief Recovery Handbook, the Action Program for Moving Beyond Death, Divorce and Other Losses.” . The GRM has been shared for over 40 years, on six of seven continents, with the book having been translated into over 20 languages over those years. . The GRM is a time-limited program – with a set number of sessions, depending on whether one is working the program alone or in a group. If done in the group format, it is not a “drop in” group, meaning that those who participate are there throughout the entire program, to help build the sense of safety and trust. . The GRM is facilitated by a Grief Recovery Specialist, certified by the Grief Recovery Institute. These Specialists, are trained to deliver the GRM, and have experience in working with a variety of types of loss, and people form all walks of life. Each of our Specialists has a deep desire to help grieving people. . The GRM is an evidence-based program, having documented statistically significant improvements in grievers’ knowledge, attitudes and behaviors related to grief. More information about the research can be found at https://www.griefrecoverymethod.com/evidence-based.

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