I'm Ashley Kay
WRITER, SPIRITUAL HEALER,
MEDITATING MAMA ON A MISSION OF GUIDING WOMEN TO
Heal & Rise
But this wasn't always the case...
I always knew I was here to help others heal and empower them to embrace their unique light, I just didn't know how.
So I went to college for Health Sciences thinking I'd figure it out along the way, right? I was in a field I was passionate about but somehow still felt I was a square peg trying to fit myself into a round hole. This lack of alignment and confusion combined with a seriously unhealthy relationship at the time led to a cycle of anxiety and depression.
I had to rediscover my connection with my intuition and allow this inner knowing to lead my healing. I began moving my body joyfully again through yoga and dance, making music again, and most importantly... listening to those gut feelings. This led me to:
Going back to school for my Massage Therapy licensure
Healing and rising beyond my past abuse and the traumatic birth of my daughter
Studying energy healing and acquiring my Reiki Master Teacher level certification in the healing art of Usui Reiki
Becoming a certified meditation instructor
Writing and publishing Empaths at the Edge: Heal Your Soul, Awaken Your Intuition, & Become a Mighty Force of Compassion
Hosting women's healing workshops and retreats
Bringing our second child into the world through an empowering home birth experience
Leading women around the world to
Heal & Rise!
If I learned anything during these years helping hundreds of women heal and rise into all they're here on this earth to be... it's that true healing is not strictly physical, or even mental. Healing and maintaining wellness is an endeavor that requires a balance of body, mind, and soul.
These days you'll find me...
writing for the Heal & Rise blog or my next book while our little guy plays nearby, guiding women in their spiritual healing journeys, collaborating with brands and businesses I believe in, cheering on my husband as he grows his automotive repair business, or dancing among our jungle of houseplants with my daughter. Likely all with a mug of tea nearby, ready to be reheated for the third or fourth time.