I delve deeper into the energetic field to work through emotional baggage, pull out physical stuff that is no longer needed and design space that is connected, honest, functional and always beautifully enriching.
I have always had a sensitivity to space. My mom was a decorator and I intuitively understand that language. However, when I began to build my own practice, the typical framework for the design process continually felt like it didn't fit. There was a disconnect, a lack. After a profoundly transformative trip to Peru, I began to connect to a deeper part of myself which lead to my exploration of Reiki healing and how that could enhance my process. A new way of working emerged for me.
There are many facets here to work with. A simple closet clearing can uncover the deeper emotional voids that want to be filled. An energetic space clearing can illuminate areas of self that have been neglected or ignored. A Reiki session can attract extraordinary opportunities. A living room design can affirm worth and purpose. We hold on to pain and fear and stories we've crafted about who we are and how we should live. My process looks at those things through a different lens. I examine how they are reflected in the home. I guide clients through them, to heal deep wounds. Then we redesign their space as a truer reflection, free of stagnant energy, unwanted things and old patterns.
Each session or project is completely unique because each client comes with their own set of life experiences and needs. It is this fluidity that makes this process a successful experience for anyone who is open to it. The goal, in the end, is to move through it all towards love.
A little more about me. . .I grew up in Los Angeles. My parents were both incredibly creative; while my father designed and built eclectic homes, my mom would design and decorate the interiors. Our collected home taught me about furniture and experimentation. It was my first classroom. After undergrad in New York I returned home to focus on design at UCLA. I supplemented my education as a shop girl in a fabric store and learned about furniture design and construction by assisting in the opening of a workroom and furniture store. All of these diverse experiences continue to inform my love of antiques, textiles, fine art and the myriad of elements that come together to create sacred space.