Welcome. The threads that weave us together connect us. There are many threads, many paths, many patterns. My work focuses on how the creative act can re-imagine the soul into healing. Just as a spider weaves a daily web, which gets rewoven as tears appear, so we must learn to creatively weave and weave again the threads that connect us to health and wellbeing.
The tapestry I weave moves through the arts, through the body, through the home we all inhabit called earth in a tapestry of healing. My compass is navigated by those I work with. I do not profess to know what are the answers or solutions to any crisis. My skill is in navigating the unknown WITH those I work with, and trusting the creative process that allows for the unknown to emerge into being. It is in the unknown that the gift awaits, in the liminal chrysalis where what we were has fallen away and what we are becoming has yet to emerge. This is where the co-created web reweaves itself into wholeness once again, bringing us growth, learning, awakening.
This site serves as a virtual portfolio of my work, as an Expressive Arts Therapist, a yoga teacher, and visual and performing artist. Thank you for taking the time to visit, please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments. Many blessings.
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Dear Nikki, my sister’s dog passed recently. Not a big deal for me, but it did dwell up memories of Mocha, one of the best pals and family pets in our lives. I even wrote an awful poem (now lost) at Mocha’s passing.
Sarah is in Oregon and going to elope in March. Erron is in Dillon CO. Snow bum for ever more. Namaste
I am so sorry that I didn’t see this comment until now! It is a function of my website I’m not very familiar with. I’m sorry your sister’s dog died. And yes! Mocha was such a great dog!! I would love to hear your poem about Mocha’s passing– that was such an intense day. I remember it well.
And Sarah is in Oregon! I am friends with her on Facebook and see her and her gorgeous baby (now child!). She looks happy! And Erron as a ski bum?! Awesome! I so wish them all well, and wish you well!
You were always such a wonderful part of my teenaged years, and I am so grateful for the gentleness, insight and compassion you brought to what I am sure was my bratty tween/teen self. You were one of the first people to give me poetry also! I am just self publishing my first collection of poetry, and would love to send you a copy. What is a good address?
Much love and Happy Holidays to you!