Living authentically and creatively, connecting with people by offering safe places for them to explore their own spirituality, is what gives me joy. I help people find their own voices, cultivate their own sacred creativity and innate truth so that they can live wholeheartedly. I facilitate circles, workshops and retreats to support those seeking self understanding, insight, creative sparking and a connection to Source. I lead rituals for women’s life cycle celebrations, fibre art workshops, and courses on creativity.
I am a “big-sky” prairie girl from Winnipeg, Manitoba, transplanted to Southwestern Ontario, Canada. I blog about spirituality, creativity, contemplative music, meditation, and my other passion, thrift shopping. Other stuff I’ve done: facilitated drum circles, worked at an inner city mission, been a merchandizing display artist, sold sweaters for a Bolivian women’s knitting co-op, worked for Ten Thousand Villages, volunteered for Habitat for Humanity, built stone labyrinths, sung, acted and built props for both amateur and professional theatre, worked as an interior redesigner/ organizer, and been church musician. For over twenty years I have helped my husband build his software firm which grew from owning our own picture framing studio.
My singing has been my connection to the Divine throughout my life, a way of joining matter and spirit. As a child I recall how I felt music, how it touched the very core of my being. I am passionate about empowerment via vocal exploration, music and sound vibration. When I sing, people get connected to their inner healer. The music I create makes them feel safe, nurtured and empowered. Listen to my story here.
With my creations I want to invoke wonder and celebrate ritual, journey and beauty. My hope is that by creating beauty my art will transport the viewer into gratitude and appreciation of life as sacred. My handmade rag bowls, knitted chair pads, coiled baskets, and mixed media fibre art upcycled from found objects are available for purchase at WaveSong on Etsy. I teach fibre art to adults and children. Tour my studio here.
- nurturing friendships
- creme brulee
- cinnamon buns from the Mennonite girls at the Farmer’s Market
- sun on a bright winter’s day
- mandala drawing
- making soup
- a field of canola in bloom
- setting a beautiful table for guests
- discovering how I am connected to you
- a well organized event
- church bells
- oh, did I mention stones.
Learn more about me here.