About Our Business
I have been a practicing Certified Massage Therapist, specializing in
Sports Massage/Traditional Reflexology since 1993.  In learning my craft,
I was pulled aside by a very wise and insightful man who also happened
to be my instructor.  He believed that I had an intuitiveness that was
just waiting to be discovered.  And that all I had to do was to have faith
and believe in myself.  He was so sure of this ability, so positive that "it"
was there inside of me, just waiting to be opened.  And guess what?  He
somehow knew!  He was absolutely correct.  Once the I started trusting
in this ability when it first began, I was able to truly tap into "it", this
gift.  Over the years I have been able to apply this intuitiveness into a
unique massage practice, by having the ability of "reading" a persons
body.  This is now a regular part of my massage appointments, with my
clients knowing and sometimes trying to challenge me on what I will
find once I start working on their bodies!

Then it changed about six years ago.  No, there were no lightning strikes
or anything as dramatic as that.  It just sort of became
stronger while I
was working on one of my favorite patients.  And I instantly knew that
this "gift" was being taken to the next level.  My biggest challenge was
just believing that I could use and embrace this new level of intuition
that had been handed to me, along with trying to find the best way to
share this new gift.  I believe that I have achieved this goal and that I
never take "it" for granted.   And with EVERY SINGLE SESSION, I
amALWAYS thankful and still amazed!  I love being able to help form a
communication bridge...with the people that you are longing to reconnect
with ( it's totally not uncommon for me to get your animals, too ) your
loved ones that have passed.
About Us
Believe: to accept as true!
On the banks of the Colorado River! May, 2008
I was born and raised in California.  I spent my early years in the Santa
Cruz area and formed a love for the ocean and the coast.  Later, I moved
to the Sierra's, where I developed a deep and endless appreciation for
more outdoor passions.  I try to spend my winters on the snow,
snowshoeing with my dog Ace, and great friends.  Summers are spent on
the numerous truly breathtaking Sierra Lakes in my kayak.  I love the
outdoors and try to spend as much time as possible hiking and
stargazing.  I feel very relaxed and comfortable in my mountain setting.  
I still catch my breath every time I'm able to watch a spectacular sunset,
and seeing an enormous full moon always stops me in my tracks!  The
outdoors have helped to shape, form, and make me proud of the person
that I am today.
Spectacular
Ebbetts Pass
Mountain
Range.  Lake
 Alpine,
California.
Ace and I
taking a
break from
snowshoeing
and playing
on the lake!
March, 2008
I also am an avid gardener, planting vegetables, herbs, flowers, flowers,
and MORE flowers!  You could say most years, I have an OVER
abundance of veggies and flowers growing.  Favorite flower to grow?  
Probably any kind of Dahlia.  It's so hard to believe that something that
starts off as this brown bulb can produce the most magnificent and
breathtaking blooms!  The garden is both a peaceful and relaxing place
for me to escape and let my brain cool down, turn off.  Even when I look
out and often see the deer or occasional bear feasting on my hard
work...it still brings a smile to my face.  And of course what ever
animal is enjoying the fruits of my labor!
My other great passion is in the kitchen!  I love to bake and have
dedicated much time in trying to perfect this craft.  I believe this desire
started as a young girl watching my father bake biscuits for his girls ( my
Mom, my Sister, and myself ) on Sunday mornings.  I have taken many
professional classes to try and fulfill this dream, from the Ramekins
Culinary School in Sonoma, to the Greystone / Culinary Institute of
America in St. Helena, and traveling as far as the Santa Fe Culinary
School in New Mexico.  I will hopefully continue and be able to learn and
apply the art of pastry and baking always in my life.  Even if it's just to
flood my neighbors, clients, friends, and family with my baked goodies, I
love that it brings a smile to their faces and to mine!
I HAVE TO
INTRODUCE YOU TO
MY "SON" ACE

HE IS A RESCUE
ROTTWEILER AND
HAS MADE ME
REALIZE THE TRUE
DEFINITION OF
UNCONDITIONAL
LOVE, AND THAT MY
HEART HAS NO
BOUNDARIES WHEN
IT COMES TO
LOVING HIM!  HE
AND I HAVE BEEN
THROUGH A LOT
TOGETHER:  HE HAS
BEEN AND IS, EVERY
DAY, MY GUARDIAN.  
HE IS MY LOVE BUG
AND IS ALWAYS AT
THE TOP OF MY
THANK YOU LIST
WHEN I SAY MY
DAILY PRAYERS!
Along with all the things
I've listed as being so
important and vital in my
life, I've yet to list the most
valuable of all!  My
amazing family and
wonderful friends.  My
Mom, Martha is my life!  
My sister, Elaine is  my
inspiration!  And my true
friends are what keep me
being thankful for making
it through another day.

One of my greatest prides
that I possess is for the
phenomenal work that my
Sister does.  She has been
working with Hospice
Services for years.  The joke
between us is that she leads
them to the "door" and I
bring them back to chat!  I
have the UTMOST respect
for what she has done for
her patients, and I am
always completely humbled
by what she, her nurses and
staff do through the
Hospice Services on a 24
hour daily basis.  Such
giving should never be
taken for granted!   

Of course, my Dad who
has passed.
Robert Lee Beardsley
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