“What exactly is it that you do?” A question that I hear often. The inquirer hoping that I will give a succinct job description, something tangible and concrete. An elevator speech easily repeated. The truth, my elevator speech is as varied as the miraculous clients that show up in my studio. One explanation of what I do could be that i invite my clients to honestly show up on this beautiful stage called life. Leaving the makeup, costumes and masks in the dressing room. To stand on this great big stage and be willing to gradually peel off each layer, opening to the possibility to stand fully naked and vulnerable in their unique and authentic truth. Essentially to allow their mind to dance with their body, guided by their heart and soul. That is what I might say if I ran into you in the elevator.