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About Laurel

After years of devoting myself to my own healing and evolution, I‘m excited to share my learning and gifts through sacred service to Her. I hope to light the way for you - and hope that, in turn, you will light the way for others.

I'm a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) and Reiki practitioner. I believe that you are your own genius healer and I want to support your gorgeous intuition. I've studied at the Utah College of Massage Therapy (UCMT) and under the guidance of many masters, mistresses and mentors. 

I’m an intuitive empath with a heretical approach. My desire is to support women and girls move through a wide range of physical, emotional, and spiritual transitions in the most gentle, loving, and transformative way possible while resurrecting the divine feminine.

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Loving yourself exactly as you are and meeting yourself where you are is a revolution: one that takes support, compassion, and the integration of the mind, body, and spirit. Embodiment and devotion to your feminine genius is key to this integration.

Embodiment allows you aliveness; moment-to-moment awareness of your thoughts, feelings, sensations, and energies. Embodiment allows you to live life with an open heart, to experience joy (and sadness) in your body, to be guided by inspiration, to trust your intuition, and to use discernment in your choices. The beauty of the divine feminine consciousness and embodying the divine feminine is learning how to ride with waves of emotion (the light and the dark) and move through the many faces of the goddess with grace and ease. 

As you fully inhabit yourself, you gain spiritual expansion, and permission to adore yourself in every aspect of your life. It's possible to let go of trying to constrain, command, or ignore your sensations and live life from an authenticity of expression that is true power.

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The work of Heretic takes place on land that colonizers stole from Indigenous people through violent means. The Bannock, Goshute, Navajo, Paiute, Shoshone, and Ute peoples lived in land that is now considered Utah.

 

The College of Saint Mary-of-the-Wasatch, a private women's college, which became St. Mary of the Wasatch High School was later built on this land. This land was once home to the school, as well as a convent, which was run by Sisters of the Holy Cross from 1926-1972. 

 

We honor the legacies of those who were here before and call attention to and interrupt exploitation as often as possible.