Our creative work is essential— for both ourselves and the world.
It offers us power, energy, connection, financial support, and a way of caring for ourselves during uncertain times. It offers a way for our deep gifts to be seen. And it offers us a way to create what we want to see- to act as agents for change.
But when we don’t have the tools to zoom out and see the bigger picture of our work and the impact we hope to have with it, it’s hard to know where to direct our energy. We often find ourselves stuck— uncertain as to how to move forward, or repeating the same actions without the results we want.
I offer resources and support for finding alignment, focus and momentum, so you you can create ongoing movement in your creative work and in your life.
My work as a dance artist, writer, and advisor for other creative humans has supported all kinds of shifts in my life and my growth as a person, as I’ve learned to create in more intentional, sustainable ways.
My process, Map Your Movement, offers you these same tools and approaches for finding clarity and momentum in your own work, so you can grow a business or art practice that’s honest to who you are, doesn’t completely burn you out, supports your life, and has the impact you desire.
I believe that growth is a continuous cycle of moving, reflecting and adjusting; progress isn’t linear. When we commit to bringing more of who we are and what we need to what we make, we create what we most need to find.
(Pictured here: my karaoke power pose, of course.)
One on one advising sessions tailor the Map Your Movement approach to your business, art practice or project.
Current class: Move (in) offers tools for aligning our work with our needs. Offered online late winter.
Links to past letters, worksheets to guide your check-ins and support your creative practice, and a list of favorite like-minded books, podcasts, and resources.