I was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia among a diverse community of ethnicities and faiths. Growing up I felt a great deal of spirituality and a strong affinity to nature. Because my family was very involved with the Episcopalian Church, I also become involved in this and directed my spirituality within the church and its teachings. When I was about 13 years old I began to realize that my beliefs and the beliefs of those around me were different in some very fundamental ways. During this time I was also beginning to have personal metaphysical experiences, such as projections, premonitions, experiences of healings, etc., in increasing frequency and intensity. Through some time of self exploration, I came to an understanding of my personal beliefs and spirituality. Several years later I discovered that I was not alone in my beliefs and I began independent study in pagan spirituality and various metaphysical topics. A couple of years later, through a strong desire to take my spirituality to the next level, I decided to look for a group to join.
I began taking classes with Grove of the Unicorn in 1986. In 1994 I became a priestess. Since that time I have founded a group in the Unicorn Tradition, the Sylvan Forest, for which I serve as High Priestess. Within the Sylvan Forest I enjoy teaching classes, writing rituals, and occasionally getting to take part in the amazing transformations that take place during people’s initiations. Within the local pagan community I have spent some time working with the Dogwood Local Council of the Covenant of the Goddess.
My many interests, and a desire to continually learn new things, have lead me to spend a good amount of time as a student. After high school I went to Cosmetology school, and spent several years as a hairdresser, before going back to school to pursue an interest in the healing arts. When I did go back to school I attended Oglethorpe University where I earned my undergraduate degree in Health Sciences and a sculpture minor, pausing to take every class I could find on art, mythology, anthropology, and mysticism. After that, I went on to Life University where I earned a Doctor of Chiropractic degree.
Currently I work as a chiropractor in Marietta Georgia and my interests include working with clay and fabrics, baking, music, art, and mythology. I continue to take classes on various topics and I enjoy sharing with other sincere seekers who desire to learn.