Satori was started because I believed in the power of managing your mind. How I discovered that was rather traumatic and painful. The bottom line… we all face challenges along the way and need support to realign ourselves. I’ve built a business on helping humans slow down and build a life they love – inside and outside of their professional work. This is how I’m making the world a better place.
I received my BScN, with a Minor in Women’s Studies, from McMaster University. My nursing positions were numerous and diversified. Then I hit this pivotal moment, in my nursing career, where I felt I needed more. I applied to the Doctor of Chiropractic program and was accepted.
My journey at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College began, but was cut-short from a severe motor vehicle crash, that landed me in a coma for weeks, and a resuscitation at the hands of gifted health professionals…like you.
This is the part of my story that reminds me of what happens when you go too fast, and need to stop. I eventually completed my Master of Arts from The University of Toronto/OISE, and later pursed Strategic Coach Training with The Robbins-Madanes Institute. Today I have formed a coaching and consulting business that supports hospitals and the community.
Being on the inside of the health system, as a patient, changed my views of nursing. It was a business with Human Capital! Years after rehabbing injuries and wrapping-up my Masters Degree, I realized my break from clinical work had to come to an end! I needed to teach what I’d learned about going too fast, and the powerful lessons learned about the powers of meditation, mindfulness, and managing your mind.
Satori originally started as 1-1 coaching pursuit. Today’s it’s evolved into serving workplaces and preserving the human capital that makes our health system run.
With over 20 years experience, I knew that hospitals could use a workplace wellness program that emphasized employee personal development, in and out of the office. This is no longer an asset to an organization running efficiently, but crucial to ending the cycle clinician turnover and burnout.
The ProMind Experience is there to serve hospitals at creating more balance in their clinicians. This requires a bigger strategy. When properly coordinated across several institutions, the Promind Experience could extend improved patient care and clinician happiness.
The Mantra Studio provides health practitioners with the respite they need to re-balance, and achieve better states of health. Pursuing a career in health is no easy feat. Instead, it’s a choice made out of dedication for humanity. Learn to balance that dedication with a daily meditation routine.
If you’re truly interested in creating mind-blowing teams that work efficiently, grab a spot in my calendar and we’ll talk.