Pave The Way
A born-and-raised Montreal girl with a great passion for life, community and nature, I’m honored to be offering an uplifting community with a shared vision, and digital programs that foster pure, wholesome living imagery, memories, and visions for the future.
Now I live in beautiful British Columbia where I swim in oceans, hike mountains and ancient rainforests. This incredible natural environment is a great source of inspiration and supports my wellbeing and work in prominent ways. I guide people like you to bring your whole self forwards during these shifting times.
"From fear, to healing, to wholeness, this journey is one worth sharing with you."
My journey began many years ago as a young woman. Big waves of grief and sadness would come and go. Feeling misplaced in this world was a common experience for me. It was confusing and shocking to see how life was mistreated and how people were agreeing to live in such a way. I also had major sensitivity to others and deeply felt for them.
Feeling misplaced turned into feelings of grief. This was all kept to myself until many years later when I discovered that I suffered from anxiety and depression. I set out to find healing. At 17 years of age, the spiritual practices and teachers began lining up.
I practiced extensive martial arts training, which led into a variety of Yoga and Medical Qi Gong certifications. Energy medicine and bodywork practices such as Swedish Massage and Myofascial work turned into my profession for many years, while I completed a degree in Eastern Religions and Professional Writing. Above all, it was Meditation and imagery that continued to find me as the years of practice went by.
These experiences gave me confidence, mental and physical strength, and awakened my love for speaking and sharing. Over a 15 year period, I worked full time as an instructor and spoke at public events inspiring people of all ages towards wellness, mindful movement and meditation. I started my own business and worked with some of the top holistic teachers in Montreal and began hosting private, group and long distance sessions with people all over the world.
"Beyond anything else, the greatest tool of all was imagery."
Words That Uplift
Images That Inspire