DynBC, BA, CH, RH
In her private practice, Shelly is a professional in the holistic healing arts for the past 12 years. Using the art and science of Dynamic Blood Microscopy, she supports and guides clients in the areas of preventative and therapeutic health. Therapeutic education is an additional core element.
While the cornerstone of her practice is Dynamic Blood Microscopy,
Shelly is also a Registered Herbalist at professional standing with the Alberta Herbalists Association, and holds a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology and Earth Science. She is certified in numerous energy healing modalities, trained in Mental Health First Aid, and has been mentored in a one-year initiate shaman's path program. Her Capillary Puncture certification was obtained through the Robetech Institute in Toronto and she maintains high standards of sterilization and sample collection in her practice. Shelly is currently working through studies in Heilkunst Medicine and will be adding this system of medicine to her practice in about two years.
Shelly has worked through thousands of client appointments, all contributing to an ever-growing body of professional knowledge. At any given time, on-going continual research and education is part of Shelly's practice. Her work and mission is to collaborate with each dear client in a supportive and nourishing approach to restoration of health & spirit.
In her personal life, Shelly continues to navigate her own path of trauma, loss, and love throughout many years. She continually invests in her own awareness and healing, walking in connection with herself and Spirit. She holds a safe space with compassion and grace for her clients at all points of their own personal journeys.
In her innermost 'heart-life', Shelly's greatest Loves include her two teenage sons ('suns'). She deeply connects to earth and spirit medicine, and honours our Creator. Shelly can be found communing with her yoga mat, connecting with her suns, gathering plant medicine, coffee dating friends, hanging out with her tall stacks of books, country walking Big Dog, and running off to wild places.