I specialize in working with the subconscious mind to clear blocks, unhealthy habits, limiting beliefs and release repressed or stuck emotions and painful old stories that can hold people back and make them sick. 

Quantum Time release

3 hour individual session

QTR is a unique specialty that is a very ecological way to release the charge on any negative emotions that are making life harder for you; such as anger, sadness, fear, guilt and shame.

This gentle release does not require you to actually recall specific emotional events and instead works with your unconscious mind to take out the intense charge on the negative emotion in an easy, peaceful, and loving way.

You will still be able to feel these emotions in times of need but the intensity that was problematic will be gone.

Available in person or via Zoom

Investment: $333

Quantum Change Process

3 hour individual session

QCP is a highly effective and transformational way to get to the root cause of the current problem, bringing it into awareness and then clearing it through a process of cellular forgiveness which allows for rapid and life changing results in just three hours.

Saving you hours and money in therapy.

This process and integration will restore balance and vitality to the body ∙ mind ∙ spirit connection. It will also resolve the current issue or problem you are dealing with and restore your choice and freedom.

Available in person or via Zoom

Investment: $450

personal breakthrough

6 Week Individual Program

Experience the full awakening!

Discover and learn about the root cause of the problem. Connect with yourself on a whole new level with a deep understanding of your "why."

Receive individualized strategies and resources to smash through problem behaviours and create lasting solutions.

You'll laugh, cry, and push the limits to become more confident and be able to thrive instead of strive!

Available in person or via Zoom

Investment Varies On Individual

The process was like a cleansing of thoughts and emotions.

I haven’t had the negative, gut wrenching feeling. When my thoughts go that direction, I feel calm and can tell myself it’s okay, that was in the past and I am moving forward.

I do take a mild antidepressant and for a while that seemed to keep all the thoughts from bothering me. The thoughts still came but I was better able to push them aside. I feel this time that I am not just pushing them aside but rather getting rid of those thoughts for good.

It was like an emotional cleansing and I came out feeling like a weight on my chest was diminished. A feeling of calmness and peacefulness instead of the feeling of not good enough.

There is the lack of emotional charge behind situation/comments that used to upset me and I'm not nearly as judgemental on myself or others.

J. K.(Canada)

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Let's chat and identify what would work best for you!

The decision to work with you was easy and hard all at once. Your offer came at the perfect time, yet my instinct was to say no. I have become very adept at masking; making sure no one in my world knew what was in my heart of the turmoil in my mind. I knew if I said yes, it would all fall away, and that was terrifying.

But... I was ready to let someone in.

The personal impact on my life was exhaustion. I was very good at putting my clients and my business first. I was forgetting that I was very good at being Mom, and putting my son before even my business. And my self?

I had nothing left for her.

My goals were simple and massive. I wanted peace. I wanted to rest and feel rested. I wanted to feel productive but also “enough”. I wanted to remember who I was before I was a wife.

It had started to feel like my identity, the things I had thrown myself into, were being slowly ripped away from me... My marriage, my husband, the picture of my future, the change in parenting time and new struggles arising with my son, and finally an injury that had potential to affect my career.

I was terrified that when it all stripped away, I would be a shell of who I was, with no passion or fire or anything left to give the world.

At that point, I was in full protection mode, successfully hiding from everyone. I had started counselling, but had yet to open up to the process. Obviously, that wasn't going to work! I journal regularly, but had stopped as I found I had nothing to say.

My only reservation was that for the process to do anything, I was going to have to drop my wall. It was terrifying.

The process was exhausting, and intense! The part I didn't like had nothing to do with the process itself, but my personal reaction; looking at myself, into my own eyes. My wall has started to feel like a crucial part of my identity, and I was terrified to look into myself with the intent to break it down. The most helpful part was your patience with me, dealing with the emotions that were being continually pulled up.

It took a couple days before the idea of nonchalance, or simply being enough, became ok with me. I loved finding my affirmations, my statement of what I wanted, visualizing it all and feeling the feelings that came with it. It was a relief for me… To have my affirmations to rely on to pull me up and through when my old habits started to pop up and try to convince me otherwise. Even my moments of vague and general anxiety are easier to handle, simply being able to name it, then work through my affirmations to shut it down.

The most unexpected result was the steady improvement to my physical symptoms from my injury. Being able to feel confident, and steady on my feet at work again, helped my confidence and confirmed that I am indeed enough. I find I still tend to retreat, to hide when things are overwhelming, but I also drop my wall and let people in as opposed to faking my way through.

K. B. (Canada)



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