Healing happens when there is connection and choice. What better way to explore those concepts than sharing knowledge and personal experiences with others? I am pleased to share all that I can about holistic healing modalities and collaborate on what the best options and avenues would be best for your own journey.


  • The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk M.D.
  • Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma by Peter A. Levine
  • Daring Greatly by Brene Brown
  • The Yamas and Niyamas by Deborah Adele
  • Living with Joy by Sanaya Roman
  • The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield
  • Untethered Soul by Michael Singer
  • Trauma Stewardship by Laura Van Dernoot Lipsky


  • Chitheads (Embodied Philosophy) very deep and intellectual podcast if you’re looking to delve deeper into philosophy or history of yoga and spiritual leaders.
  • SelfWork (Dr. Margaret) a peak into what therapy sessions look like
  • Highest Self Podcast (Sahara Rose) digestible Ayurvedic information
  • AffirmationPod (Josie Ong)  quick positive affirmations to help start your day right or starting a meditation. Fulfillment all the way!
  • Tara Brach

Inspiring People/Sites –

  • Dr. Dan Siegel – clinical professor of psychiatry, great at explaining neurological concepts and great sense of humor (check out his Hand Model of the Brain)
  • Dr. Richard J. Davidson – Neuroscientist & founder of Center for Healthy Minds (Madison, WI)
  • Jo Buick – trauma-informed yoga teacher
  • Ram Dass– spiritual leader and former psychologist
  • Brene Brown – vulnerability life coach
  • Ruthie Goldman – local Madison yoga teacher and life coach that is raw and authentic + teaches from the heart and personal experiences
  • Louise Hay– daily affirmations
  • Clare Norelle – local Madison yoga teacher w/ a focus on CPTSD
  • Krishna Das – Influential Kirtan leader
  • Alan Watts – profound philosopher and soothing voice (YouTube videos of his talks are wonderful for grounding)

Consumer Brands

  • Young Living – Therapeutic essential oils
  • Dr Bronner’s – organic + affordable
  • Prana – organic, sustainable materials
  • Second hand and bulk items are more economically accessible and better for the environment. Let’s thank Mama Earth and consume responsibly!