I love exploring soul care and how to tangibly live an everyday life of prayer. While pursuing my Master of Pastoral Studies I have a flexible schedule so let’s connect about customizing one of the following three experiences for your needs or creating something new!


Speaking & Interactive Workshops

Potential topics:

  • spiritual formation for every personality

  • how to listen to God’s voice

  • how to build a prayer toolkit

  • gospel contemplation

  • contemplative prayer: lectio divina, examen, centering prayer and more

  • hands-on prayer stations

  • soul care & nature

  • emotions and our spiritual journey

  • plug into God with prayer (aimed at youth)


Soul Care Sessions

Soul care is a ministry of presence. I will listen with you for the activity of God in your story and your daily life. Through spacious listening and reflection in combination wtih guided spiritual practices, you will grow in your awareness of yourself, others and the Divine.

All initial sessions are a no obligation meet and greet. It is always an honour to be invited to witness your story at whatever chapter you may find yourself.

Soul care sessions are typically one-on-one, but I am open to working with small, close-knit groups as well.

Although my faith background is Christian, I welcome connection with those of any faith backgroud.


Stretch Prayer

Because God made us mind, body and spirit, I believe that we are invited to connect with God with our whole selves. Let’s gently explore how to embrace the role of our bodies in prayer.

Stretch prayer is an interactive, meditative prayer practice that guides us to notice and nurture our connection with God by bringing compassion and awareness to our bodies. Each participant needs an exercise mat, light blanket and comfortable clothing suitable for simple stretching exercises.

Stretch prayer is available for individuals or groups. I have worked with groups of up to 20 people but the room size is usually the limiting factor.

This unique offering is best explained through conversation. Please connect if you would like to learn more.


Note: I would never want finances to be a barrier. If this is a concern for you, I am happy to have a conversation about how we can make it work.