While each session will be uniquely tailored to your individual needs/goals, the basic framework is as follows:

  1. Check-in (how are you feeling?)
  2. Share a Success/Win
  3. Set Intention for the Call (core of call; issue/situation)
  4. Use Process(es) matched to client's unique experiences and needs
  5. Lock in the Learning (what are you taking away from the call?)
  6. <Re-Rate (how are you feeling now?)
  7. Commitment (what are you willing to do for yourself between now and our next call? How willing on a scale of 1-10?)

We can ALL benefit from having a dedicated, supportive, and trustworthy individual who can help us to: a) soothe our own energy system, b) serve as a "Believing Mirror", radiating our own brilliance and potential back to us when we lose sight of it, c) hold space for us as we uncover our next steps and/or blocks; d) hold us accountable for the changes we truly want to create in our lives.

  1. Reiki is a Japanese energy healing technique that promotes relaxation, reduces stress and anxiety through gentle touch. Reiki practitioners use their hands to deliver energy to your body, improving the flow and balance of your energy to support healing.

  2. What are the Health Benefits of Reiki? Reiki promotes relaxation, stress reduction and symptom relief to improve overall health and well-being. It can:

  • Bring on a meditative state.

  • Foster tissue and bone healing after injury or surgery.

  • Stimulate your body’s immune system.

  • Promote natural self-healing.

  • Relieve pain and tension.

  • Support the well-being of people receiving traditional medical treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation, surgery and kidney dialysis.

Ayurveda (translated from Sanskrit as “The Science of Life”) was founded in the Indian subcontinent more that 5,000 years ago, making it one of the oldest healing systems in the world. It is a holistic medical system where Ayurvedic practitioners focus on the health and wellbeing of the individual, with the key understanding that the physical, mental and energetic bodies are integrated and can influence one another.

Ayurveda was developed to provide the foundation for a strong and healthy body that can age well and support a life-long spiritual practice.

The foundations of this science are based on the principle that all living beings have a unique makeup or constitution related to the energies of the mind and body. The energies are composed of the five elements of the universe: space, air, fire, water, and earth. A combination of each element results in three humors (or doshas), known as vātapitta and kapha.  Vāta is space and air. Pitta is fire and water. Kapha is water and earth. The doshas are considered to be responsible for a person’s physiological, mental and emotional well-being. A balanced constitution is optimal for good health, while an imbalanced dosha is prone to illness in mind and/or body. Also central to Ayurveda is the need to individualize teachings and healing practices for each person’s unique constitution and changing conditions, which Ayurveda wellness coaches are trained to do.

By completing a thorough assessment with Abby, you can learn to understand your unique dosha, identify imbalances and work to treat the root causes of these imbalances.

Abby and her friend Stephanie co-authored a children's book in 2020 called "Feelings Are a Trip!" It is available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08PX94Q2J/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_5GQAH1ATDGBG558EB210. We hope you enjoy! Here is a bit of info about our book:

Feelings Are A Trip is a whimsical adventure into the wonderful world of feelings. Imagine that life is made up of our travels through many different feeling lands. Each feeling land is unique and offers a new world for us to explore...a new stop on our journey. Where are we headed? The Land of Happy? Perhaps the Land of Scared? Let's take off and venture through these feelings lands, where we will learn, grow and discover that feelings are OK--in fact, they are quite a cool trip!! 


"This feelings trip is like a rainbow, rich with feelings of all shades and hues.

Everyone’s trip a little different, everyone walking in their own shoes.

You couldn’t have a rainbow, with just a color or two.

So appreciate all of the colors…the red, pink, green and blue."

Abby co-authored an article on Growth Mindset in Intervention in School and Clinic. You can check it out here: