Events and Services Summary

*Please note that details of specific events are on Facebook and are updated more often there*

**All events require pre-registration for planning purposes and space restriction.  Events are subject to cancellation if registration is low.  No drop-ins please**

*** I have purposefully kept my prices low.  If you are financially restricted and would like to receive a service or participate in an event, contact me directly to discuss scholarship or alternative options.***


Offerings include one on one options, sacred circles, children and nature events, workshops, and adaptive yoga classes.


One on One, Private Client Options

  • Meditation instruction
  • Nature therapy and green exercise
  • Personal training, pre & postnatal exercise, and therapeutic exercise
  • Physical therapy
  • Soft tissue mobilization
  • Reiki
  • Yoga, therapeutic and/or fitness-oriented
  • Ritual & ceremony design

Please note that some of these options are available for small group sessions, such as meditation, exercise, and therapeutic yoga.

Please email me to schedule:  In general, I am available for sessions during the weekday (9am-5pm) and weekends. Depending on service requested and amount of skill needed, prices range from $60-150/session

For Private Client Policies, see:  


The Pleasure Project, Reclaiming Female Pleasure, will explore what pleasure means; what brings participants pleasure through meditation and journaling; our ability and comfort with accessing pleasure; how being disconnected from joy and pleasure leads to a less embodied, less holistic life; and the social justice/feminist issue of pleasure.

Over 2 sessions, 2 hours each, we will utilize accessible tools to examine pleasure, including herbalism and wild edible plants.

The sessions are open only to those that identify as women, as women and pleasure can be a taboo subject and we would like to create a safe space for discussion. Pre-walking infants are welcome to attend.

Each session is $40. Please wear comfortable clothing, dress in layers, and bring a yoga mat, cushion, and journal. Pre-registration is required here:


The Pleasure Project: Herbalism + Self-Care

10/6 /19


Herbalism is the medicinal use of plants, and we will explore how plant allies can be used for substantive self-care, wellness, and stress management, all of which are necessary to access joy and pleasure in life. We will utilize whole body sensing of 3-5 herbs to connect with their energetics and enter a relationship with the plants. We will create massage oils and salves for participants to bring home.


The Pleasure Project: Wild Edibles + Body Image



Comfort with your body is necessary for receiving and accessing pleasure and joy. We will discuss utilizing plant allies for pleasurable eating and nurturance as well as body neutrality and positivity; Health at Every SizeTM; and mindful and intuitive eating, movement, and meditation techniques. We will explore plant preparation and storage for fall and winter, such as the making of jams, ferments, and foraging for edible roots.


WILD Woman Project Circle

Upcoming Dates:

  • October 27th 2-430pm at The Resiliency Institute

Please register through the Resiliency Institute here for the circle:  Early registration is recommended, past circles have SOLD OUT prior to the event.

Classes are $25/each, with class package options

Additional information here:


WILD Mother*-Daughter Circle

Upcoming Dates:

  • October 27th 11am-1230pm (note the time change from previous circles)

Please register here:

Early registration is recommended.

Classes are $30/mother-daughter pair

Additional information is here:


Circle of Stones

Upcoming dates:

  • October 16th 11am-1pm at the Healing Arts Metaphysical Center, in Batavia.

Circle of Stones is a co-facilitated circle exploring different paths and tools for spiritual development. Circle will be facilitated by participants on a rotational basis, leading the circle through elements of their discipline. This circle’s intent is for a space of shared knowledge, development, vulnerability, and responsibility.

This circle is open to all genders, but is adult only. Nursing infants and toddlers are welcome.

Pre-registration is required via email (Allison) or (Karen)


WILD Child Gatherings

Upcoming dates:

  • TBD

Typically will be around the full moon

Please register here :

Additional information is here:


Adaptive & Therapeutic Yoga

I have partnered with NextSteps Chicago to offer a once a month adaptive, therapeutic yoga class for people with disabilities and their caregivers (caregivers are FREE to attend if they assist their loved one).  Cost is $20/class.  Participants will be assessed for goals and outcomes prior to and following class.

To register, please call NextSteps at 708-467-0657

Upcoming dates:

  • October 21st 12-1pm (Seated class)
  • October 21st 12-1pm (Seated & Mat-based, ability to transfer is required)


Farm Yoga

Upcoming dates:

  • October 26th 4-5pm
  • October 27th 9-10am

Join us for yoga at the farm. We will move through vinyasa, pranayama, meditation, and craft an herbal tea from our edible forest garden. Nature connection and a mindfulness practice for regeneration and resilience.

Saturday evening class is teens and adults only. Sunday morning class is family-friendly. Beginners are welcome. Please bring a yoga mat and beach towel or cushion. In the case of inclement weather, class will be held indoors.

Registration deadline is approximately 36 hours before class. Registration information is coming soon.


Naperville Family Nature Meetup

Upcoming dates:

  • October, TBD

We will meet at a local park, allow the children to explore and hike and play.

For more details or to register, email me:  This event is free. *Please let me know if you have dietary restrictions.

Additional information:


Free Forest School

Upcoming dates:

  • October 11th 4-530pm

Please register on our local Facebook page (Free Forest School of Chicagoland) and complete their waiver form.  This event is free.  You are welcome to leave the event early if the timing is restrictive for your child’s needs.

Additional information: