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Hi, I'm Alyssa!

I'm a spiritual being having a human experience, on a never-ending quest to know myself more deeply. I hope to alchemize all the experiences I've had into wisdom and live a life that feels true to me.

I've experienced woundings that many of us carry; lack of belonging, self-abandonment, unworthiness (to name a few). I spent almost a decade heavily drinking and finding any and every way to escape my body. While I knew this wasn't healthful, I didn't have a grasp on why I was choosing this path or how to make a change. After many, many internal nudges to stop drinking, I finally landed in a place to make this hard-to-imagine idea a reality and it truly changed everything. 

I found my way to somatic therapy after feeling I kept plateauing in traditional talk therapy. I was drawn to something deeper and it became a pathway to self discovery, a way back to myself. Since then, I've dedicated my life to my own healing, evolution and spiritual development. It's a moment-by-moment practice and I'm always learning. I definitely don't have all the answers but I know that we aren't meant to do this alone.

I'm passionate about supporting sensitive souls on their spiritual journey and empowering them with resources and practices to live a more embodied life.

Psychic Ritual

What's a session like?

The truth is, every session looks different! A client will often lay on a massage table (fully clothed) as we sit together in presence. 


Since this is a learning environment for me, there will likely be dialogue around what we're both sensing throughout the session. As somatic and nervous system education inform the work, we'll cover some aspect of this before, during or after a session. These practicum sessions count toward my certification and are offered for free in exchange for your willingness and feedback.


Here are some things that might happen:

  • Embodiment practices or meditations.

  • Gentle or firm touch or movement.

  • Emotional experiences may arise. We hold emotions and memories in the body and when we enter a safe space of compassion, witnessing, love and non-judgement, some memories may be ready to release. This might look like, crying, sighing, yawning, laughing, humming or something completely different. All of this is welcome. All of you is welcome.

  • It can often be deeply restorative or restful.

A few important things to note: 

  • This is not a massage. 

  • This is not therapy. If you're struggling with emotional regulation or have recently experienced trauma, please avoid engaging in a practice session and seek trained, professional support. 

  • You have full autonomy over the session and if at any point something doesn't feel right, I encourage you to let me know so that we can make adjustments, pause or end the session completely. 

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