My mission is to assist women in laboring and birthing new life, visions, and dreams with a peaceful mind by enhancing their level of self-awareness, mindfulness, and emotional intelligence.
Unlike physical pregnancies, I believe women are always spiritually pregnant with pieces of the puzzle that are designed to balance our lives. Whether or not we give birth to those pieces is our free will. However, our experience determines the stories we share, which has a massive effect on the willingness of other women to birth their divine piece of the puzzle.
As a Self-Awareness Coach, I provide Peaceful Mind coaching designed to empower women as they declutter their mind.
For over 12 years I’ve helped women tune in to their body, mind, and soul as a Registered Labor & Delivery Nurse, Childbirth Educator, Doula, and Maternity Coach.
Once you clear the clutter from your mind, you begin to evolve, transform, and birth what’s within. Peace comes once you become mentally empowered to align your life with activities that feed your soul.
“To assist all women in clarifying the connection between their physical actions, mental beliefs, and the ulterior motive of their soul”
“The maternal journey is our pathway to spiritual growth”
It is my belief that pregnancy, labor, and birth was designed to heighten a woman’s self-awareness. It teaches us to be more mindful, to tune in, be present, holistically conscious and self-assured.
I believe that pregnancy was created to teach us to care for ourselves and to help us learn how to labor through life and course correct. That energy, in the form of new life, is sent to give us guidance and to show us how to stop leading with our bodies and minds and realize our soul’s know the way.
“By empowering a woman to create an individualized life strategy that balances her mentally and physically, she is able to hear her soul’s guidance at an increased volume. It is then she begins to peacefully labor through life.”
Birthing my story
Who am I?
“I am a peace-seeking woman.”
Drawing from nearly 20 years of supporting, assessing, and creating care plans as a medical professional, I feel blessed to utilize my educational training and personal experience to prepare women for their labors of life. For over 12 years, I’ve worked as a Registered Nurse (RN) in maternity units across the U.S. Helping women labor and birth is my specialty.
Once I began taking maternal concepts and applying them to everyday life, I transformed my own. I am now living my dream of empowering women through public speaking, education, and coaching programs that have been proven to renew the mind and transform the woman.
I’ve been that woman who can become easily trapped in her mind. From a very young age, this was presented as my possible reality. Due to what I witnessed growing up with a mother diagnosed with schizophrenia, mental imprisonment became my fear. Years of battling Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) almost caged me in. Early on I begin to notice that once I allow my intention to be motivated by anything other than a motive of internal peace, the activity in my mind consumes me. In this state, I am no longer able to listen out for internal instruction. My focus is solely on my desire to escape my present situation.
The thought of readjusting my perception, position, or intention sounds foreign to me. Aligning my physical actions and mental thoughts with a different flow fail to even cross my mind. I remain stuck in my mental prison, unable to navigate my way out and into freedom. Failing to course-correct, my experience appears to be a torturous journey. Anxiety and fear become my constant emotions. I have no idea when the discomfort will be over. From the moment I become trapped in my mind, I lose my freedom to evolve.
From the beginning of my maternal journey, it was as though my spirit took on a physical form. There was this energy inside that no one else could see and only I could feel.
Pregnant with my one and only son, Michael, after a couple of years of trying, monthly episodes of tears, and several doctors deeming it impossible, I was determined to relish every moment of pregnancy. The pregnancy was typical: nausea and tiredness, in the beginning, insomnia in the end, and sciatic pain throughout. However, I still refer to this time as the best experience of my life.
The energy inside of me desired to grow and thrive but it needed to transform its environment. Without his understanding, the presence of my son began to adjust the conditions inside of me just for his survival. Instead of fighting with his energy daily, mentally or physically, I had to resist struggling. I had to completely surrender to the required transformation that needed to take place within myself.
Prior to pregnancy, it was easy to get caught in my mind and body. When I was busy, overwhelmed, overworked, overweight, undernourished, tired, sore, stressed, or just oblivious to the reality of this physical world’s power, I forgot about the spiritual energy that lived inside.
Under those conditions, I wasn’t able to hear my soul’s opinion on the daily matters of my life. But even then, like a baby in the womb, my spirit tried to nudge me, tried to guide me into different positions and out of potentially self-sabotaging situations.
After Michael’s birth and returning to work, it was more noticeable how often women spoke in such misery in reference to their pregnancy. It was then that it became apparent to me, that similar to our lives, enjoying the journey of pregnancy may have more to do with our state of mind, than the symptoms we experience. Just as a runner enjoys the marathon, despite the cramped muscles and diligent training required.
Observing the fear and suffering mothers endured due to the lack of proficient childbirth preparation and proper bedside support, led me to become a Childbirth Educator and Labor Doula. I began to study Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence. I became dedicated to coaching women from a clarity seeking mindset.
What I discovered over time, is that once a woman becomes clear on the process of her labor, the way her body responds in various situations, the intention behind her desires, and the purpose of her preparation plan, she becomes the writer of her own birth story.