Believing that something deeper and unrecognized courses through our decisions about food, she pursued a Master of Arts degree in Culture and Creation Spirituality at Holy Names College in 1996. Pregnant with her first child, this was a powerfully transformative time in which she began to understand the principles of co-creation. As she strengthened her understanding of our cosmic interconnectedness, her appreciation of our relationship with each other and the planet grew immensely. In time, she became a Shamanic Soul Coach and Sacred Courtesan with certifications from the Integrative Arts Institute in Oakland, CA. It was there that she began to understand how to work with the many parts of ourselves and to tap into the power of transformation on many levels. Her mission is to bring us into a closer relationship with the divine for the benefit of our individual, communal, and environmental well-being. She is a proud native of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Being Imperfectly Vegan offers all the health advantages of being vegan without undue pressure to be absolutist or extremist.
The degree to which someone is Imperfectly Vegan depends on his or her personal level of commitment, experience, and circumstances, all of which may change at different points in time.