Life-Tuning Group Processes

Life-Tuning Group Processes bring people together in Sanctuary Circles to learn life-nurturing practices for personal and cultural healing and well-being.

Sanctuary Circles are the foundation of all group processes, workshops, programs and of the Life-Tuning Process signature course.

Here’s what happens in a Sanctuary Circle:

✔ An intro to the Life-Tuning Process
✔ A teaching on a life-nurturing, holistic healing practice
✔ An opening prayer to attune to the Creator’s Loving Presence
✔ Gentle breath work & movement to clear & align the body as a vessel
✔ A period of meditative silence & listening
✔ A guided meditation & intuitive encouragement
✔ A reminder of key take-aways

You’ll get worksheets & a transcription of the encouragement of the day.
If you’re taking the online course,
you’ll get the full workbook & access to the recording.

Tune in to the sacred. Find your sanctuary.

We have habitual patterns of thinking, believing, feeling, speaking, narrativizing (story-telling), identifying, behaving.

These are also embodied in our nervous systems and ways of holding and moving the body.

Learn more about my healing embodied history journey.

The Life-Tuning Process uses body work, movement, writing and art, or work with plants and nature to heal and transform your old survival responses — individual, cultural and generational…
So you can grow toward the joy, wholeness, and serenity of a life-attuned, loving future.


Tuned Life Story Work
with Intuitive Writing & Art

Learn the 7 practices for how to work with your old narratives. Uplift the stories you’re used to telling about who you are and what you have lived.


I just feel better about everything 

I can see the bigger picture and understand why I went through what I went through and appreciate the opportunities being offered me. Working with Kim helped me see that the universe really knows what it’s doing, that we are always supported and guided, and that there is a blessing and Divine hand in everything. Nothing short of inspiring.”

– Malka M, writer