The Alchemy of Expression
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As a writer, yoga teacher, and musician, my work has always been dedicated to expression. My mission is to help you create the thing, take the leap, build a body you feel alive within, and light your words on fire.


compelling copy that captures your essence and establishes you as the expert that you are.


physical and esoteric practices designed to nourish your whole being. My goal is to help you come into communion with yourself.


and make art with abandon at ARTHOUSE HEROINE. Head there to join our motley band of art school dropouts.

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👋🏼 I'm Amy.

Although it's true that I've worked diligently to hone my skills, my main focus over the last few decades has been healing deep childhood wounds.

I grew up fast and hard. Trauma turned me to jelly and crystallized in my body-mind. It ran me and kept me small for years. At some point along the journey, it dawned on me that if I wanted to heal, it was on me. I started to take responsibility for everything that I allowed in my life. I began to live with compassion for myself and things that I'd experienced. I stopped placing the blame on my jobs, partners, parents, weight, face, and, well, pretty much everything else, and started the slow climb out of the abyss.

Now I write, play music, and teach yoga for a living. That's always been my dream. I'm not going to say that I don't still have triggers and challenges, but my life is mine, and I inhabit every moment and breath of it.

You might be asking yourself what trauma has to do with your business and your body, and it's a good question. My answer is everything. We've all been traumatized by degrees. If you want to call in your tribe, you have to get into the messy work of expressing yourself authentically so that they'll resonate with you. If you're going to create a strong, vibrant body, you'll need to figure out why destructive habits are so irresistible and what makes it so hard to take care of yourself.

I'll help you dig deep and find the essence of who you are and what you stand for. You already know these things—I aim to help you figure out where you've buried them. Then the real work begins. You'll start to dig up the bones and assemble the skeleton.

I'll help you find where the pieces go, but ultimately, you’re the one who knows every rib and fingernail.