I am a typical wanderer; destinations are great but my heart is in the journey. I have studied psychology, sociology, end of life philosophy, and feminist theology at graduate school and in lived experience.

An HIV diagnosis in the spring of 1994 shook me up and illuminated the importance of being the narrator of my own story. In response to this trauma I returned to a meditation practice. However I found sitting still with my grief far too difficult and it was this agitation that led me back to yoga.

I have spent the last few decades making sense of this life through yoga, meditation, journaling, contemplative practices, and various fibre arts. All these activities are reliable resources to engage with anxiety and depression.

These resources are available to you at this very moment. Journey with me and discover your inherent capabilities. You already have what you need — it is fully woven into your very being.