A little bit about me...

Raised by an artist, feminist, single mother in the 70s, my upbringing didn't fit the mainstream parameters. I was given an extraordinary amount of freedom. Experiential learning was highly encouraged. So was an exploration of the mystical; Tarot, Astrology, and the IChing were a part of my daily life. My mother held a deep trust in the unseen forces and encouraged me to attune to them.

 

I was also told I could do anything and I witnessed my mother doing just that. She was a trail blazer., living life on her terms. Her example fostered a deep trust in my own abilities, it encouraged a fearlessness, a belief in the miraculous, and an unabiding desire to explore the unknown.

 

IFollowing her lead, I've been uknowingly blazing a trail for those too timid to step outside their conditioned understanding of what's possible.

 

I am committed to be being a beacon of potentiality. I'm here to remind you of what you're truly capable of. Outside the parameters of your conditioning.

My greatest teacher has been life itself, and I have lived voraciouslty.

 

I spent the early part of my adulthood living nomadically, chasing summer, hopping from one festival to the next, making my living as an artisan on the road. I raised my first son that way; winters camping in the tropics, summers festival hopping throughout North America, and spring and fall to recoup with family and friends. I was obsessed (and still am) with being free, in nature, and surrounded by like-minded souls.

 

Eventually, my son and I settled on the west coast of Canada where I fell in love again, had another child, and we built a beautiful family together - an incredibly nourishing chapter of my life.

 

With a desire to raise my two boys naturally, I studied the full breadth of alternative health care, including; Nutrition, Massage therapy, Reiki, Yoga, Herbology, Homeopathy, and Holistic Health Coaching. This eventually led to helping create a Ceremonial Plant Medicine community in Southern Ontario.

 

While in my 20s and 30s, I also explored some formal training in Film, Fine Arts, and Interior Design. Life was rich with study, personal growth, family, travel, the arts, and Plant Medicines. 

In my early 40s, just as my boys were embarking on their own personal journeys into adulthood, dōTERRA graced my life. It felt as though I had found my entrepreneurial soulmate. I was totally lovestruck by the oils, the community, and the freedom the business model offered. It was the perfect merging of my passion for nature and my desire for an income-producing venture that supported my joyful expansion. 

Five years later and I'm still entirely smitten. Working with dōTERRA has been one of the greatest gifts of my life. From the therapeutic support the products offer to the incredible community of women that have become like sisters to me. I am deeply grateful this path revealed itself to me (and it's also available to you, if you're inclined).

 

While happily riding the wave of awe and wonder that my dōTERRA business invited, I rolled over into a whole new chapter. A chapter that allowed me to express a very old gift I had been harboring since I was a child - an intuitive capacity to commune with the cosmic forces.

 

What started out as the occassional Cosmic Reading for friends suddenly exploded into a steady stream of clients wanting to their Natal Charts to be read.

Unable to keep up with the rapid influx of clients wanting readings, my signature  program - Galactic Resonance, was born. Giving my clients the opportunity to learn how to interpret their Natal Charts and cultivate their own Resonance with the celestial energies in an intimate online learning environment.

And now, as I prepare to crossover into the second half of my life, a dream I have held close to my heart since my early 20s is in the process of coming to life...

 

I am currently in the process of building an online school for Modern Mystics. A destination to continue the legacy my mother instilled in me - that anything is possible and miracles do happen when we cultivate trust in the unknown. 

Stay tuned. Big changes are afoot.

 

Nina  xo

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You do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on your knees for a hundred miles through the desert, repenting. You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves. – Mary Oliver