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 • Make Your Body Your Home

At Peacefully Rooted, our mission is to share the profound benefits that massage, sound, and vibration can provide. We provide a safe space and the opportunity for you to connect with your own deeper wisdom.


Get to Know Us




For as long as I can remember, I have been drawn to helping others.


I started babysitting at 12 years old and continued on and off for 17 years. I became a medical assistant working in a fast-paced OBGYN office and gained an immense amount of knowledge about women’s health. I transitioned to a more holistic path by studying Sound Healing with Katherine Hammer in NYC and Emei Qi Gong with David Knoll, which inspired me to study Massage Therapy. I studied at the Pacific College of Health and Science and became a Licensed Massage Therapist. I'm a practicing Labor Massage Support Doula, honoring and supporting women during their birthing process. To learn more about it, please click here.


My approach to healing is always to listen. I am listening to the sound that the bowls make, how a client’s muscles change, and, most importantly, listening to my client's needs. My technique is a mix of Eastern and Western modalities.

I believe in and practice trauma-informed care. My goal is always to create a safe space for you to know you are being heard and seen. We all deserve an impactful experience that will make a positive change within and around us.


Thank you for reading and learning a little about how my journey led me here.  I look forward to meeting you in person!



My journey in life has been built on passion, creativity, and compassion for others. I began my path of healing through the discovery of yoga, eastern thought, and feeding the body with wholesome foods. I became obsessed with Ayurvedic medicine and writing music. My goal was healing as many people as possible through sound and words that could lead them to an understanding that what we consider to be "living" doesn't have as much life in it as we hope. My goals changed after realizing that reaching people through music was not the approach I needed to take and from Ayurvedic massage I transitioned through becoming a massage therapist in order to truly meet people in an authentic, healing space.

My approach to healing is in truly listening, in hearing a person's needs and meeting them, and being present, authentic, and vulnerable. I believe that the closer a body is to alignment, the better suited it is to life and functioning how we need it to. The body is our home, the way we exist on this planet, and our very self. I am here for all of the authenticity of life itself with all of its feeling, the subconscious and conscious forces in play, and that which liberates us. 

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