You want to live a life of inspiration, meaning and purpose, and to make a contribution. But when old patterns are so deeply ingrained, how can you create and experience something new?

The Life-Tuning Process™ will help you reconnect. By addressing how history is imprinted in the body, it helps you grow beyond the past so you can live a bigger, more grace-filled life.

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I’m Kim Hershorn PhD, transformative educator, history healer, and the creator of the Life-Tuning Process™. I help helpers* grow beyond old patterns so they can live the story inside them that waits to be lived. Through meditation, yoga, writing, art, sound, and nutrition, we develop a practice of self-care and self-leadership--the foundation of your work in the world.

Read more about me & about my embodied story.

* If you are a conscious leader, changemaker or just someone who wants to live a meaningful life of service - then you are a helper!

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