Welcome to Shift Your Vibes

EVERYTHING IS MADE OF ENERGY. Our emotions- (energy in motion), when unprocessed, can become trapped in the body and the aura- causing pain, dis-ease, illness and even cancer.

As a nurse of over 20 years, my passion is to use that knowledge to bridge the gap between science and the spiritual. I am committed to helping others do what science alone cannot- release the emotional "baggage" weighing them down, in a safe and confidential way that takes days or weeks, rather than months or years!

"May your vibes shift the frequency of the Whole. Damn. Room."

When we suffer from depression, PTSD, and other mental illness, we can get caught up in the negativity of what is going wrong in our lives, leading to a bad attitude that can push people away.

Remember that the vibes we are putting out can easily be sensed by others! Healing techniques such as Reiki and Sound can shift the negative emotions into positive, making it easier to practice gratitude and find the silver lining in any cloud...

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Balance and Alignment

Anytime you have a physical ailment, you will always find an imbalance that started in the chakras, or energetic system, and developed into a physical illness. Our chakras are also the most influential key to our ability to manifest! Read below to discover why they are so important and think - where are yours out of alignment?

  • What Are They?

    Chakras are energy centers in our bodies. Chakra health is directly related to how we feel- when they are blocked, we suffer physically and emotionally. Science is learning how to photograph and measure these, but they are known to be there. Anyone can learn to check the flow of energy through their chakras and begin to learn how they are affecting every aspect of our lives.

  • Root Chakra

    Located at the base of the spine is the first of the 7 Chakras. Muladhara, or "root" Chakra is associated with fear. It is where "fight or flight" comes from, along with our sense of stability and security – including our basic physical needs and familial relationships. When overactive, this can manifest in addictions and anger.

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  • Sacral Chakra

    The Sacral Chakra, or Svadhishthana Chakra, is the second energy center and is associated with guilt. It plays an important role in our well-being, awakening our creativity and sexual energy while maintaining the healthy functioning of our kidneys and reproductive organs. Manifestations can be in the form of sexual organ dysfunction and disease.

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  • Solar Plexus

    The Third Chakra is known as Manipura, or Solar Plexus. It is the seat of our personal power and determination, associated with shame. People who are domineering or controlling are said to have an overactive solar plexus. This region maintains our digestive organs, intestines, and can manifest as constipation when blocked.

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  • Heart Chakra

    The Heart Chakra serves to connect the upper and lower chakras in the body. Anahata is the fourth chakra and is associated with grief. It governs the love we have for ourselves and others, and people with heart chakra blocks often put others above their own needs first, to their own detriment.

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  • Throat Chakra

    Vishuddha is the fifth energy center in the body and is located at the throat. It is associated with our ability to communicate, manifesting issues such as teeth and gum problems, domineering conversations, trouble speaking your mind. When in alignment, you will speak and listen with compassion and feel confident when you speak.

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  • Third Eye Chakra

    Our Ajna, or Third Eye Chakra, is located between the brows and is associated with our extrasensory perceptions. Like exercising a muscle, we can practice these skills and master them- they are not gifts for certain people! Issues can manifest as headaches, vision problems, trouble hearing.

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  • Crown Chakra

    Lastly, our Crown Chakra, or Sahasrara, is thought to be the connection to spirituality and the heavens and is located at the top of our head. When this chakra is opened, it connects all of our chakras, bringing bliss with the knowledge of our life purpose.

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Traditional Reiki Session

Reiki therapy is a way for the practitioner to guide energy to the recipient, and facilitate self-healing. The practitioner does not cause the healing, nor are they the source of the energy. The practitioner is a CHANNEL for the energy. A common interpretation for the word Reiki is "spiritually guided life force energy".

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Sound Healing Session

According to quantum physics, everything is energy and energy is vibration, therefore, each cell in the human body has a unique vibration & frequency. Using weighted tuning forks and the process of entrainment, you will feel the tingling vibrational energy through your whole body as each chakra is balanced. It then finishes with a clearing of your auric field!

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Emotion Code Session

Using the Emotion Code and Body Code, we will discover and release trapped emotions AND PHYSICAL IMBALANCES in the body, getting rid of the "baggage" you carry around on a day to day basis. *This process also works for epigentically inherited trauma and emotions.

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Breathwork Session

Although everyone’s experience is different and each session unique, common results include relief from physical and emotional pain, release of stuck trauma, cellular memory, toxins and trapped energy, deep relaxation.

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Crystal Reiki Session

Crystals add an extra element of healing by interacting with the body's energetic field. Crystals can channel Reiki energy flow with their unique vibrations, enhancing your reiki session. Using geometric patterns, or 'sacred geometry', you can choose your own grid for a specific effect. See my blog posts that discuss grids further.

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Cellular Memory Article

PubMed is a great resource for finding articles published on reiki and all things metaphysical.

For example, here is an excerpt about cellular memory:

Trauma and memories can be stored as energy in the body through cellular memory, and can lead to physical symptoms such as chronic pain, headaches, and gastrointestinal issues. Childhood trauma can also lead to mental health disorders such as lifelong anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Reiki removes this stagnant energy that can block the flow through our energy centers, called chakras. During a session, it is common for those old traumatic memories to surface and be released, restoring the body back to its natural state. In turn, feelings associated with those memories no longer are needed, lifting our mood and relieving depression.

Cellular memory is a widely-known theory that memories can be stored outside the brain, in ALL cells. It is a chemical modification of DNA called myelation.

Cellular memory can be seen in immune cells, which respond quickly to pathogens they've encountered before. For example, skin cells respond more quickly and strongly to a second stimulus after being exposed to an inflammatory stimulus.

Cellular memory can also be seen in adult cells, such as blood or skin cells. This memory records how the cell changes as it develops from an embryonic cell into an adult cell.
Some people who have received organ transplants believe that non-brain tissues can have memories. For example, a woman who was afraid of heights had received the lungs of a mountain climber! Read the article in Science direct for more information at:


https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0306987719307145#:~:text=The%20acquisition%20of%20donor%20personality,and%20(4)%20protein%20memory .


Trauma and memories can be stored as energy in the body through cellular memory, and can lead to physical symptoms such as chronic pain, headaches, and gastrointestinal issues.Cellular memory is a widely-known theory that memories can be stored outside the brain, in ALL cells. It is a chemical modification of DNA called myelation. 
Cellular memory can be seen in immune cells, which respond quickly to pathogens they've encountered before. For example, skin cells respond more quickly and strongly to a second stimulus after being exposed to an inflammatory stimulus. Cellular memory can also be seen in adult cells, such as blood or skin cells. This memory records how the cell changes as it develops from an embryonic cell into an adult cell. 
Some people who have received organ transplants believe that non-brain tissues can have memories. For example, a woman who was afraid of heights had received the lungs of a mountain climber! Read the article in Science direct for more information at: 
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0306987719307145#:~
:text=The%20acquisition%20of%20donor%20personality,and%20(4)%20protein%
20memory. 

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