top of page

A Bit About Me

My Story


I have dealt with my fair share of obstacles in my life, starting at a very young age. When I was a child, I had a traumatic accident that took my right leg. Around 4 am while I was in the hospital, doctors didn’t think I would make it through to the next day. Simultaneously, my two sisters were at home sleeping when they woke up to find a spiritual figure of myself in a beautiful dress and missing a leg. They were confused, scared, and unsure of what to expect going forward after this tragic accident. 

However, it was not my time to leave this earth. Through the power of prayer and my resilience, I came home from the hospital two months later. To everyone’s surprise, I was in the same dress that my sisters had seen my spiritual figure wearing in the early morning, along with bandages wrapped around my missing leg. My sisters will never forget this spiritual experience. 

While in Chicago receiving care at Shriners Children Hospital, I fell in love with the city. I even told my mother that I would move there one day. And I did! I attended Columbia College and graduated with a degree in Arts, Entertainment, and Media Management. From there, I expanded my wings and took a huge leap of faith when I moved to Los Angeles without a job secured. 

After finding myself unsatisfied with what I thought was my dream job, I found myself stuck. I returned to my hometown and knew that I wanted to help others around me. That’s where the idea of Emu Energy Healing came to me! I’ve always been drawn to lending an ear and giving advice whenever someone needs to talk. After many days and nights filled with tears and years of deep soul searching, I found myself falling in love with the idea of helping people through Energy Healing.

My gift of energy healing is spiritual in nature and I often invite my Angels to work alongside me, combining our energies to dissolve pain and heal from the inside out. Through my experience, I've found that healing is not just physical; our souls need healing sometimes, too. 

About Me: About Us
bottom of page