- Somatic Therapist – Psychotherapist
- Faculty in Training – EQUUSOMA – Horse Human Trauma Recovery
- Advanced level Somatic Experiencing Therapist – Traumatherapy by Peter Levine
- Advanced EponaQuestTM Instructor – Linda Kohanov
- Equine Therapist
- Founder of The Grace Approach
- Author of “Marcher dans les pas du cheval – Sagesse animale et découverte de soi” with Dr. Anna Evans
I follow my calling as a therapist, inner journey guide and teacher of quantum laws. I lead you through your crisis for you to reconnect with your authentic power. I will show you how to recognise challenges and crises as initiation processes, how to discover your creative power, energetic alignment and how to connect with your life’s purpose, which leads you to abundance. I will help you find your intuitive, spiritual treasures and show you how to actively integrate them into your life.
Why I have chosen this path? It seems obvious to me that in the time we live in, our world requires a lot of trauma healing which leads to authenticity, clear direction, connection with ourselves and the greater plan. Many of us have learned to suppress our true self, our joy of life and creativity. This leaves an infinite amount of potential untapped that is waiting to be discovered and used to benefit this world.
With my power influenced by the element of fire, vitality and connection to nature, I was constantly searching for liberation, without being able to describe what exactly I was striving for. I experienced many crises, and know what it means abandon my own needs and boundaries to focus on fulfilling expectations of others, to deny my true self and my power, to be caught in a job that drains me, to lose myself and thereby experience the loss of meaning.
I was able to find happiness and fulfilment through the path that opened up thanks to my crises for this is how I found myself. I did not walk this path alone and had support and companionship from other wise souls. I was allowed to make experiences which today serve me to accompany others on the journey to themselves. I remain humble in this process and recognise that me too, I am still walking this journey and forever will.
Together with my animals I live in the South of France on my farm which is called “The Place of Grace”. Here I welcome people and animals who need transformation, reconnection with themselves, forgiveness and healing.
My personal crises have challenged me to learn to dig out my long buried feminine power, which I had suppressed for years using a lot of energy, as it was demanded of me in my childhood. It became clear to me that I was losing a lot of valuable life force. Bit by bit it able to tap into this reservoir of power and bring it to the surface. This was not always a simple nor joyful task and at the beginning it was quite chaotic, like every beginning of human undertakings! I was confronted with feelings like fear, anger, powerlessness, despair, guilt and shame, which I couldn’t deal with so well at first and which sometimes caused confusion. I walked through the desert of inspiration, which required me to be just with myself and nothingness. I was confronted with questions around authenticity, resistance, setting boundaries, true freedom, self-love, self-worth, judgment, vulnerability, surrender, courage, emptiness and true connection to name a few. This path led me to touch trauma before my birth and in my very early childhood and help my body to process and integrate. A sometimes uncomfortable journey that was well worth it. Bit by bit I was able to free myself more, heal my wounds, integrate my past and find that the confrontation with myself became easier with my increase of self awareness, resources and connection with like minded humans.
During this time my horses have accompanied me and they still do, every day. They teach me to slow down, again and again, to pause, to breathe deeply, to feel myself and my body. So that I can find my inner space and notice how I really feel and what is really important to me. With their loving presence they encourage me to look at and accept my shadow and blind spots and they patiently make me aware of what still needs to be integrated. They embody presence in the here and now, which is often so difficult for us humans. Through their ability of being and accepting, their surrender and gentleness, their connectedness, their sense of community and their spontaneous outbursts of power and wildness I was inspired again and again to keep going. They are my companions on this path and I am infinitely grateful to them.
At this point I would like to share a piece of wisdom some of my horses brought to me. These stories can give an impression of what horses can do for us.