+1 (857) 294-8714

Be in the Moment

Breathe In, Breathe Out

About My Practice

I am a Meditation and Sound Practitioner, based in Boston. I have been facilitating Women’s Circles internationally for several years. Prior to becoming a Sound Healer, I became a Certified Hatha as well as Prenatal Yoga Instructor. While originally from Denmark, I have previously lived in Toronto as well as Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where Ubud, Bali was my second home. ​

 

I offer Women's Circles, Sound Baths, Workshops, Retreats, Mother&Baby Blessings and Individual Sound Healing.

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My offerings

Women's Circles

Enjoy an evening of sisterhood with guided meditation and soothing sounds of crystal bowl vibrations.

The Women’s Circles offer women to come together in a relaxing and soothing environment that welcomes everyone to share and hold space for one another.

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The Reconnect - A Transformative Women's Retreat

Feb 6th - 10th 2020

Join us for 5 days and 4 nights at the beautiful eco-friendly Posada Natura Retreat Center in Costa Rica. Experience deep healing with daily yoga, organic vegetarian meals, meditation practices, ritual, mala making, Crystal Bowl Sound Baths and a Temezcal ceremony, all set in a 1000-acre protected rainforest of Costa Rica beside Rio Naranjo.

Disconnect to Reconnect

Private Sound Healing

Sound dissolves what we no longer need and builds what serves us. I offer Sound Healing which includes Crystal Bowls, Voice, Tuning Forks and other various instruments according to your needs. It is a non invasive intuitive technique that will bring your body to relaxation and activate self healing. 

"Sound is the medicine of the future"

Edgar Cayce

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Mother Blessing Ceremony

I offer custom tailored Mother Blessing Ceremonies to honor the pregnant person and the life growing inside. I create a sacred space where friends and family can honor and support this precious time of transition. Contact me for further information

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Contact Me

+1 (857) 294-8714

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