As therapists and facilitators, we believe that the great work of transforming culture and society into a life-sustaining home for us all begins with the sincere work of each individual tending to their psychospiritual development and healing their relationships, with both humans, and non-humans.
As holistic practitioners, we stand for the full spectrum of the human experience. We consider each person that we work with as a complex, multidimensional, and unique being who carries the potential to express the creativity, beauty, and wholeness that they were born into this world with. We also acknowledge that each person is not an isolated individual, and is therefore inseparable from the relational fabric of life, influenced by the presence of their ancestral lineage, the socio-political climate, the earth and wild nature, and the cosmos and spiritual worlds.
We work with spiritual seekers and sensitive individuals who are outgrowing their old identities or are in the midst of a life transition, and are longing to become more intimate with their inner guiding wisdom and the fullness of who they are. At this crossroads of transformation, we support and guide individuals to reclaim their body as a home of wisdom, retrieve their personal power that has been lost due to trauma and abuse, and cultivate their internal capacities that are needed to embody their authentic, soul-rooted path.
Our approach bridges process-oriented and transpersonal psychology, with earth-based spirituality and animist perspectives - providing an integrative framework when working with the unfolding of the soul.
A Healing Bridge will empower you with remembering who you are and why you’re here.
Gratitude for our Teachers
We praise all of the teachers and mentors, elders, poets, and storytellers, who have significantly supported and influenced us - either directly or indirectly - to birth our work into being:
Kedar Brown, Francis Weller, Liv Mokai Wheeler, Malidoma Somé, Michael Meade, Santiago Enrrique Paredes Melendez, Carl Gustav Jung, Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Martín Prechtel, Rumi, Stanislav & Christina Grof, Robert Augustus Masters, Alberto Villoldo, Daniel Foor, Martin Shaw, Bill Plotkin, Arnold & Amy Mindell, Toko-pa Turner, Christina Nielsen, Elsa Henderson, Vicki Nicholson, Tav Sparks, Erik Hendrick Carpio and Nilda Quispe Rivera.