The integrative medicine approach


My vision is that you feel supported, resourced, and prepared for any sensory challenge that you feel in daily life.  

I support people with sensory differences, such as vertigo or tinnitus, to trust their body again.  I welcome complexity in all forms and I understand that each person holds a multidimensional story inside of their body.

Together as a community, we learn about our ‘wholeness’ and make sense of our inner world without relying on ongoing therapy sessions, devices or medications.

With self-study programs, supportive resources are now accessible to everyone with internet (ROCK STEADY scholarships are available to those experiencing financial duress). I believe that everyone deserves access to education and support for their wellbeing.

In the future, I hope that more health professionals will consider the holistic and interconnected aspects of recovery.  Beyond ordering endless tests, prescribing generic medications or recommending devices that may lead to co-dependency behaviours or feelings of hopelessness–how can we create collaborative spaces for understanding our deeper humanity in the context of persistent sensations?  

There are new stories and narratives: 

Each individual has their own differentiated way toward belonging inside themselves, and belonging within our interconnected whole. The body holds the wisdom for our next unfolding. Each sensation carries with it valuable information, even when it is uncomfortable. Each bodily sensations has a place and belongs to the whole.

There are physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of discovery for each person to explore in their own way, without restrictions or judgment.

Talk with your body, let it guide you home and discover who you are within the full sensory experience.


“If we learn to open our hearts, anyone, including the people who drive us crazy, can be our teacher.” 

Pema Chödrön