I am the High Priestess of my own temple.
I dance all night and smell the roses.
I am a facilitator of journeys through inner and outer worlds.
My work stems from a feminine paradigm that values collaboration, creativity and ‘showing up’ with your whole, authentic self. I facilitate workshops and retreats for women, holding space for deep connection with self, others, and the environment. I’ve been called a human hub, and I get immense joy out of designing transformational experiences that build community and promote self expression.
I am the Community Leader of G Day for Girls Toronto, a community-based rite of passage for adolescent girls and their adult champions. I am also a member in good standing of the Ontario College of Teachers, a certified Permaculture Designer, a belly dancer, canoe trip leader and Rite of Passage Facilitator. I recently completed my training to facilitate healing dance journeys using the award winning Dance Our Way Home methodology.
With an MA in Education and over ten years in classroom and experiential education, I am a versatile and resourceful facilitator and program designer. My winding path as an educator has brought me to some amazing “classrooms” (otherwise known as jungles, museums, volcanoes, yurts, dance studios…), each of which has contributed to the richness of my pedagogical perspective.
I recently moved back to Toronto after working as an Education Consultant at ‘the greenest school on Earth’ – the Green School in Bali.