Frequently Asked Questions About Psychic Readings:

Is an intuitive the same thing as a psychic? What about a clairvoyant?

These are all different names for the same thing.

What should I do to prepare for my reading?

There is nothing that you have to do to prepare for your reading; you are welcome exactly as you are!

If you want to, it could be helpful to spend some time thinking about what you would like to receive from your reading (what kind of information you are looking for, what kind of healing you are seeking, what kind of answers you would like to get, etc.) You might even jot down some questions. However, if you do this, please remember that when we are working in the spiritual realm, things are never what we expect them to be, and we are often surprised by the way that things unfold. Surrender and trust are important. You can come with intention, come with questions and come with earnestness, but please also come with an open mind, and an open heart so that you can truly receive all of what your reading will have to offer you.

Are you able to see the future?

No. I cannot see the future because it doesn’t exist. I can look at the way the energy around a current situation is moving in the present moment, which can give you information about how things might unfold in the future if the energy continues to move as it is. However, energy is constantly shifting in response to the choices that you make as you walk along your path. Basically, I cannot see your future because you have not created it yet!

Are you able to communicate with people who have died?

It depends. Sometimes a person who has passed does not want to be communicated with, or is in a realm that makes it very hard to communicate with them. On the other hand, it is often very easy for me to communicate with someone who has passed.

I’m nervous about going to see a psychic. I don’t want you to see all of my flaws. Can you tell what I am thinking or what I had for dinner last night?

First of all, realize that this is a question on my FAQ page, which means that if this how you’re feeling, you are not alone.

Secondly, no, I cannot tell what you are thinking or see the minutia of your daily life.

Our time to together is conversation between my higher self and yours. Your higher self will only reveal to me what is helpful and necessary for you to know at this time in your life.

It may also be helpful to keep in mind that a part of my personal ideology is to uplift those that I serve; I believe that true healing happens when we uncover and strengthen the light that is within each of us, rather than beat out the darkness. You will leave your reading with a new perspective on how wonderful, amazing and gifted you are, and how to work with any energies that keep you from living from that truth.



Frequently Asked Questions About Yoga Therapy

What is yoga therapy?

Yoga therapy is the application of yogic practices to facilitate healing in the mind, body and spirit. There is really no condition, illness, injury or challenge that yoga therapy cannot help heal. For some people, yoga therapy is the perfect adjunct to other forms of healing. For others, it is the perfect primary healing modality.

Can you yoga therapy help someone who is having mental or emotional problems?

Absolutely. Yoga is a science that deals with wellness on many levels, including the mental and emotional realms. Many people find yoga therapy to be an extremely effective method for creating mental and emotional well-being.

Is yoga therapy similar to physical therapy?

Yes and no. In a yoga therapy session we often work very specifically with the physical body to help it to work better. In a yoga therapy session we can awaken sleepy muscles, release tension and create healthy body mechanics and movement patterns that decrease pain, increase flexibility and strength, and allow the body to heal. In this way, yoga therapy is similar to physical therapy. However, yoga therapy views each individual as a holistic system of mind, body, emotions, energy and spirit that cannot be separated. So while yoga therapy can do some of the same things that physical therapy can do, yoga therapy is also able to address mental, emotional, spiritual and energetic issues that are underlying whatever the client’s challenge may be. Yoga therapy is also able to treat conditions that physical therapy would not normally be able to, such as depression and anxiety.

What kinds of conditions can yoga therapy treat?

Yoga therapy can treat many, if not most, conditions. The reason that I, as a yoga therapist, have such a vast scope of practice is because yoga itself is so vast. Yoga is a system that addresses all of the layers of our being, from the physical body, to the mental and emotional aspects of who we are, and even our spirits.

Some of the conditions that yoga therapy is particularly effective for:

  • Adrenal Fatigue
  • Back pain
  • Healing from truama/PTSD
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Headaches
  • Autoimmune conditions
  • Grief and loss
  • Preparing for death/dying
  • Chronic pain
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Chakra (energy) imbalance
  • Spiritual Crisis / “dark night of the soul”
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Musculoskeletal injury
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Stress
  • Sciatica


Thanks for reading! If your question was not addressed here, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me!