Heather has been an intuitive and spiritually gifted her entire life. Since 2000, Heather Leah has expanded her knowledge of the human body, the role of the mind, and the healing of the spirit. Heather has been a massage therapist since 2000, Yoga Instructor since 2006, a Practitioner of Shamanic Healing since 2008, and holds a degree in Contemplative Psychology with a focus in Somatic Psychology from Naropa University in Boulder, CO.
It is such an honor to have you here with me! I am beyond grateful that you have taken the time to see what I offer and how I can serve you the most. I love spiritual wellness and those who seek healing just like yourself, who value and appreciate depth and are willing to explore deep healing modalities.
Back in 2003, a week before my 25th birthday, I was at the lowest point of my life. I was lost, extremely depressed, and very uncertain about who I was and why I was put on this Earth. This was my dark night of the soul and my spiritual awakening.
From that point on, my intuitive gifts sky rocketed and I was blown apart. The life I had known was no longer and I was sent forth to completely start over with the help of my spirits, angels, and mentor's. I was forever changed and have been on my healing journey ever since. All of the right teachers have shown up for me and I have been blessed, but man it is ALOT of work! And so completely worth it to show up, be present, and do the work that we are called to do! And we cannot do it alone!
Most of the work I have studied, outside of therapeutic bodywork, has been shamanic healing and earth based medicine. My approach to healing is psycho-somatic in nature. I have studied mind-body healing and weave together the many modalities I have studied over the past 20 years.
I honor the teachers who have passed down their knowledge and medicine ways with me over the past decade and the lineages they honor and learn from themselves. Sandra Ingerman, Char Sundust, Ann Drucker, Naomi Amaya Love, & Betsy Bergstrom. My passion is to learn earth based healings from all over the world and help keep them alive. I honor all of these teachings and teachers and the lineages of each one and therefore try not to use the term Shamanism too often. I believe the medicine ways of indigenous people's need to be treated with integrity and honor and using the term Shamanism can be disrespectful.