Retreat Leaders

Kelly Arrendell

Kelly Arrendell received a Master of        Religious Education from Oklahoma City University and completed the Two Year Academy for Spiritual Formation through the Upper Room Ministries of the UMC.  She currently serves in ministry with the homeless, persons recovering from drug addiction, and in church and neighborhood spiritual

Andovers Artists Guild

Andovers Artists Guild was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1970.
Our mission is to promote and advance art and the artists through exhibitions of our member's work, demonstrations and educational programs, scholarships and awards.
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Deadra Ashton

A Presbyterian pastor, conference center chaplain and retreat leader for more than 30 years, Deadra Ashton joined the Gateways staff in 2016.  She has served congregations of all sizes and settings in New England, New York and the Mid-Atlantic, including a federated church that put her back in touch with her Methodist roots and led her to the Gateways I program in which she was trained as a spiritual director.  She is currently pastor of Christ Church, Presbyterian in Burlington, Vermont.

John Bell

John Bell, a dharma teacher who has practiced with ThichNhat Hanh for more than 30 years. In addition to guiding the Mountain BellSangha, near Boston, and leading mindfulness retreats across the US, John was a founding staff member of Youth Build USA ( in 1988 and, until his recent retirement, helped guide its development into an integrated program that offers education, construction training, and leadership development to low-income young people in 260 communities across the U.S., and in105 communities in 15 other countries.

Judith Black

Judith Black, one of America’s foremost storytellers, retells history from new perspectives, tickles familial dysfunction, offers ironic explorations of aging, and most recently has turned her skills towards our disrupted climate.  As a Wheelock College graduate and former teacher she is able to draw storytelling through the educational landscape, showing its profound uses in cognitive, emotional, and social learning. Her work for adults has been featured twelve times at the National Storytelling Festival and on stages from the Montreal Comedy Festival to the Art Museum of Cape Town, SA to Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She is the winner of the Oracle Award, storytelling’s most coveted laurel, and was recently given the Brother Blue and Ruth Hill Award, served on the faculty of Lesley University for almost 30 years, and is now faculty with the Maggid Institute, an arm of Reclaiming Judaism. Locally she originated and ran Bridging Live for 16 years, sings with Calla Lilly, is an active member of the Marblehead Harbor Rotary Club,, and a founding member of Sustainable Marblehead.  Presently, she is trying to figure out how to live without burning fossil fuels, teaches two classes annually, organic gardens and planed a giant sustainability fair.
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Andrea Bliss-Lerman

Andrea Bliss-Lerman is a graduate of Shalem Institute of Spiritual Formation and has been active in facilitating and teaching in the Gateways to God Spiritual Direction Training Program at Rolling Ridge, as well as being involved in Days Apart, Drawing Nearer to God, and individual and group spiritual direction. She has served as the Minister of Spiritual Direction at Free Christian Church in Andover, Massachusetts since 1990. In addition to teaching in a variety of spiritual direction training programs and leading numerous retreats and workshops, she has also served in reaching out to inner city youth and young adults through skateboarding events, writing projects, and community development.

Barbara Bodengraven

Barbara R. Bodengraven, MTS, Weston Jesuit School of Theology, is the author of the spiritual memoir and eco-spirituality manifesto, The Sacred Shed on the Edge of the Ravine. As a spiritual writing program facilitator and communications professional, she is dedicated to advancing matters of spirituality in a secular world. 

Margaret Bullitt-Jonas

Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas serves as Missioner for Creation Care in the Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts and the United Church of Christ, Christ, Massachusetts Conference.  An experienced retreat leader and spiritual director, she is a long-time climate activist dedicated to inspiring a wave of religious activism to address the climate crisis.  Her most recent book, Joy of Heaven, To Earth Come Down (2016), is a collection of daily Advent-Christmas meditations on the sacredness of the natural world.  

Jean Chandler

Jean Chandler is a  retired college teacher of cognitive psychology and second language acquisition.  She has long done lots of reading about theology and has had a regular meditation practice for more than a dozen years.  The Old Cambridge Baptist church has encouraged lay leadership since the 1970s, and she has led many Bible studies there, some with her late husband who was an ordained minister.  She has been fortunate to have been exposed to many different meditation traditions from Buddhist to Sufi to centering prayer.  Because of her panentheistic theology and love of the natural world, she is active in advocacy for creation justice.

Rev Norman Comtois

Rev. Norman Comtois,  OMI, MA  is a member of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate.   His experience in Pastoral Counseling, Intentional Eucharistic Communities, and Renewal programs for women religious continues to inform his ministry as a current retreat director.  In the year 2000, Norman completed an Earth Literacy program at Genesis Farm, Blairstown, New Jersey. Since then he has devoted his interest and education toward developing retreats and courses that bring the Universe Story to life in a spiritually  meaningful way. He also serves as team member and consultant for La Vista Ecological Learning Center.
Father Norm encourages those attending his presentations and retreats to ponder the wisdom of their religious traditions in the context of the Story of the Universe.  

Ingrid Cyros

Ingrid Cyros  is a workshop and retreat facilitator, and life-long artist whose passion is exploring the relationship between creativity and spirituality. She has also led classes to introduce the practice of integrating photographic image and journal keeping, to focus, to commemorate, heal, and celebrate. She has presented her personal photographic work, “Mourning Journal”, to professional, academic and religious groups, to encourage the use of art for processing loss. 

Ingrid earned a M.Div. and Certificate in Spiritual and Pastoral Care, at Andover Newton Theological School, in 2013.

Ingrid lives in Newburyport with her husband.  She is mother of two adult children. 

Meghan Don

Rev. Meghan Don  is an Award-Winning Author, Multi-Faith Minister, and an Initiate of the Sophian Lineage. She is an evolutionary mystic, spiritual mentor, and retreat presenter, and has worked extensively with the Christian mystics, the Kabbalistic teachings, and Jungian psychology. Rev. Meghan is renowned for her work in helping to raise the feminine consciousness and confidence in our world, and coming from Celtic heritage and raised in New Zealand, her work is informed by a deep connection with the natural world. Her work incorporates mystical prayer and meditation, spiritual dialogue, and sacred dance and chant,
bringing ancient wisdom into a contemporary and accessible form.

Karen Edwards

Karen Edwards, PhD, is a retired Professor of Psychology at Endicott College and a 30-year psychotherapist currently researching spiritual development in the later stages of life. 

Dorothy Emerson

Dorothy Emerson is a semi-retired Unitarian Universalist minister and author, currently writing a memoir on her experiences of culture change in California during the 1960s.

Lisa Fagerstrom

Lisa Fagerstrom  is a life-long United Methodist (currently “taking a sabbatical from the UMC” and attending a Unitarian Universalist Church). Lisa has over thirty years of experience in volunteer and paid positions within church leadership. She is the past Chair of the New England Annual Conference Commission on Religion and Race and an active member and supporter of the Reconciling Ministries Network. Lisa has a B.E. from Vanderbilt University and has pursued studies at Andover Newton Theological School.  She is a graduate of the Gateways to God spiritual direction training program at Rolling Ridge.

Matthew Fox

Matthew Fox (b. 1940) is an internationally acclaimed spiritual theologian, Episcopal priest, and activist who was a member of the Dominican Order for 34 years. He holds a doctorate, summa cum laude, in the History and Theology of Spirituality from the Institut Catholique de Paris and has devoted 45 years to developing and teaching the tradition of Creation Spirituality, which is rooted in ancient Judeo-Christian teaching, inclusive of today’s science and world spiritual traditions; welcoming of the arts and artists; wisdom centered, prophetic, and committed to eco-justice, social justice and gender justice.
Fox  has reinvented forms of education and worship and awakened millions to the much neglected earth-based mystical tradition of the West, revivifying awareness of Hildegard of Bingen, Meister Eckhart, Thomas Aquinas, and Thomas Merton, among other premodern and post-modern spiritual pioneers. He has authored more than 35 books on spirituality and contemporary culture, among them: Original Blessing, The Coming of the Cosmic Christ, The Reinvention of Work, A Spirituality Named Compassion and Meister Eckhart: A Mystic-Warrior for Our Times. His books, celebrated around the world, have been translated into 60 languages.

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Kris Girrell

Kris Girrell (MATR, Andover Newton Theological School, 2015; MEd, PSU, 1973) is a psychologically based executive leadership coach, speaker and author: Wrestling the Angel: The role of the dark night of the soul in spiritual transformation (2016) and Leadership Gold: Discovering the value of failure (2018) as well as numerous journal publica-tions. Kris was the featured keynote speaker at the 2017 InHouse Agency Forum (IHAF) Conference, the 2018 Training Industry Conference & Exposition and his TEDx talk on Emotional Intelligence has been viewed by over 250,000. He is an adjunct lecturer at Cambridge College, an Associate of the Society of Industrial/ Organizational Psychologists, and a member of the National Speaker’s Association.

Todd Glacy

Rev. Todd Glacy is a Sacred Sound musician, counselor, Interfaith Minister, teacher, and facilitator.  He shares his passion for supporting life’s journey through his work and ministry of Sacred Sound and Living.   He has been interested in labyrinths and their use in contemplative practice for many years, and recently began offering this workshop as a way to deepen peoples understanding & practices towards using them as a tool in their own life.

Lisa Gwiazda

Lisa Gwiazda  is happily married and a mother of four sons. She is a Registered Nurse, Board Certified Holistic Nurse, Certified Forest Therapy Guide and Wilderness First Responder. She is currently an apprentice with Spoonful Herbals in Burlington, VT.  She loves spending time outdoors connecting with nature and people. 

Sid Hall

Rev. Dr. Sid Hall, III has served as the lead minister of Trinity Church of Austin since 1988. He is a pastor, activist, and writer.  Rev. Hall is an ordained minister in the Rio Texas Conference of the UMC and has clergy standing in the Heart of Texas Association and the South Central Conference of the UCC.  Rev. Hall has been a leader in the Reconciling Ministries Network (the movement within the UMC for the full inclusion of LGBTQIA+ persons), and he served on the RMN national board of directors from 1996 to 2002.

He was one of the 15 original clergy signers of “In All Things Charity” in 1997 calling for the UMC to become fully inclusive of LGBT people. He has had the privilege of being arrested for civil disobedience with MLK’s daughter and Gandhi’s grandson. Rev. Hall has been an adjunct professor at the Wisdom School of Graduate Studies at Ubiquity University.  He is currently an adjunct professor at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and a faculty member of the Fox Institute for Creation Spirituality in Boulder, Colorado.

He is a national speaker in the areas of Holocaust Studies, LGBTQ Inclusion in the church, and Earth-based ritual and worship in the church.


Kent Harrop

Kent Harrop is an avid outdoorsman and ordained American Baptist minister.  He was introduced to contemplative paddling on a Zen meditation kayak trip to the Tongass Wilderness in Alaska in 2002.   Since that time Kent has enjoyed introducing both novice and experienced kayakers and canoeists  to the joy of ‘listening on the water’.   A favorite verse is “Listen and your soul will live”. ~ Isaiah 55:3   Kent is a graduate of Andover Newton Theological School and from the Shalem Institute in Contemplative Leadership.  He leads paddling retreats for a variety of groups: Recovery, environmental, interfaith.   For 20 years he pastored a church in Oregon where he kayaked both flat and white water.  He now serves on the staff of First Baptist Church in Beverly, with a focus on nurturing the contemplative life of the congregation.  He enjoys exploring the ocean, rivers and lakes of Massachusetts and New England.

Rev Ron Hindelang

Rev. Ron Hindelang was ordained a Roman Catholic priest on July 12, 1969 in Detroit, Michigan as a member of the Society of Mary (Marist Fathers). He holds a Licentiate in Sacred Theology from the Gregorian University in Rome and Doctor in Philosophy in Pastoral Psychology from Boston University. Licensed as a Mental Health Counselor, Ron is a Board Certified Chaplain in the Association of Professional Chaplains, Clinical Fellow in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors and a Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisor in the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education. Ron has ministered for thirty years as a hospice and hospital chaplain, tending to patients and families. His primary responsibility now is educating and supervising students preparing to become spiritual care-givers, priests, ministers and rabbis.  After spending many years preaching and directing retreats, ministering as a spiritual director, and pastoral counselor for individuals and couples, Ron has served as a parish priest and pastor and as a seminary director. 

Roberta Horsman

Roberta Horsman is an herbalist, wheat weaver, floral designer, gardener, teacher and
event coordinator. She is dedicated to living a creative life, sharing her knowledge and
passion for nature with others.

She has a Masters of Arts in Expressive Therapy Degree from Lesley University. She
worked for ten years in mental health facilities with adults and adolescents using the
arts as a therapeutic tool.

She completed The Science and Art Herbology at Sage Mountain Herbal School in
1996, and Delta Gardens Flowers Essence Practitioner Program in 2002

Rev Lee Ireland

Rev. Lee A. Ireland is a full-time Interim Pastor.  She was trained as a pastor at Andover Newton Theological Seminary and trained as a Spiritual Director at Mercy Center, Madison, CT.  Since 1990, she has been leading retreats and serving churches.  She has worked in a women's prison and has served per diem in hospital chaplaincy. She is well aware of how life throws us curve balls and the importance of listening and following our faith journeys to learn how to maintain our centers as we walk with our God.

Rev Dr Lawrence Jay

As the Executive Director of Rolling Ridge, Lawrence works in partnership with the staff to ensure that the guest experience at the Ridge is top quality.  He also partners with retreat leaders to provide excellent programming at the Ridge, and is available to speak about the ongoing ministry and historic mission of Rolling Ridge as a place of rest, retreat, and transformation.  An ordained American Baptist pastor, he is a graduate of UCLA, Golden Gate Seminary, Franciscan School of Theology, and American Baptist Seminary of the West.  Eco-spirituality is his passion (and was his doctoral dissertation), encouraging everyone to live into the fullness of our connection with nature, God, and all people.  

Grace Ji-Sun Kim

Grace Ji-Sun Kim,  received her M.Div. from Knox College (University of Toronto) and her Ph.D. from the University of Toronto. She is an Associate Professor of Theology at Earlham School of Religion, and is the author or editor of 13 books.
She is a co-editor with Dr. Joseph Cheah for the Palgrave Macmillan Book Series, “Asian Christianity in Diaspora”. Kim has also written over 70 book chapters, journal articles and book reviews. Kim is a much sought after lecturer and has given papers/lectures throughout the United States and in Korea, Myanmar, Spain, Qatar, Brazil, Switzerland, France, Peru, England, South Africa and Canada.
Grace Ji-Sun Kim is an ordained minister of word and sacrament within the PC (USA) denomination. She is married to Dr. Perry Y.C. Lee (Associate Professor of Mathematics, Kutztown University) and they have 3 children Theodore, Elisabeth and Joshua.

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Emily Kearns

Emily Kearns’ personal experience care partnering with her parents, who both lived with dementia, was life-changing, catapulting her into what is now her first love—reframing dementia and supporting those who live with it. Emily is committed to change-making, including innovative programming and community education, so that individuals living with dementia may continue to live well, experiencing joy and meaningful engagement in communities that support and celebrate them and the life they choose.  Emily facilitates a monthly memory-making café and a weekly dementia-supportive fitness program at her local Y.  She has also created a multimedia art installation called Dementia’s Way.  Emily was formerly the lead for Dementia Friendly Massachusetts and a consultant with the Massachusetts Lifespan Respite Coalition, evaluating innovative respite programs and hosting a TV show called, Caring for Others, Caring for Ourselves.  Emily earned a doctorate in sociology from Boston College and an MBA from Northeastern University's Executive MBA program. She is also an Installation Artist and Reiki Master. (


Ellen Kennedy

Ellen Kennedy has been teaching Sacred Circle Dances (SCD) for twenty-four years. Trained and certified at the Findhorn Foundation in Scotland, she is dedicated to keeping the joy of dancing in community alive. Ellen is an international peace activist dancing for peace at the Syrian border, Israel, US Naval Base S. Korea, Mexico, Toronto,  Iceland, Iona and Cuba. She incorporates Sacred Circle Dance into the Creation Spirituality movement of theologian Matthew Fox and  serves on the design team for Daily Meditations with Matthew Fox and is a visionary for the Order of The Sacred Earth  As a student of Rev. Dr. Matthew Fox for almost 30 years, his teachings on Creation Spirituality, Original Blessing, The Divine Feminine, The Mystics , The Cosmic Christ burn bright in her heart.

Ellen holds a teaching certificate in Sacred Dance from the Findhorn Foundation, a certificate in Community Residence Management, Northern Essex Community College, completed Basic and Advanced shamanic  training  thru The Foundation for Shamanic Studies and is enrolled in the John Phillip Newell  New England School for Celtic Consciousness and a Modern Mystic and Prophet in Training with Matthew Fox thru his seven week training course on The Shift Network.  


Janet Kessenich

Janet Kessenich M.M, is a workshop leader, sound healer, and author whose work facilitates a deeper connection with one’s personal essence– your best self– so that you can live and contribute from a fully integrated, empowered place of alignment and well-being.  She is the author of Music Lessons for the Spirit, a collection of essays drawn from the spiritual/ life lessons she learned as a pianist.  As a sound healer, she brings the essence of music -calibrated vibration-  into her work with clients and workshop participants. 

Karen Kilty

Karen is a spiritual director, retreat and yoga leader and faith formation educator. She has a great passion for nurturing the awareness of God’s love, presence and promise in peoples lives.

As the Director of Children’s Ministries at Old North Church of Marblehead, Karen shares sacred stories, scripture, reading, creative play and art to lead the youngest of us to God’s grace.
Karen has enjoyed planning Eco Adventure and looks forward to exploring God’s Creation this summer at Rolling Ridge.

As a graduate of Gateways to God, Spiritual Direction Program and Congregational Formation at Rolling Ridge Retreat Center and the Soul of Leadership program, through Excutive Soul and the Shalem Institute, Karen has deepened her understanding of body, mind and spirit, offering this to those seeking a companion on their walk in faith.

Douglas Koch

Douglas T. Koch, B.D., M.Mus., taught music performance, philosophy, religion, world musics and sound healing at Curry College in Milton, MA for 35 years.  A lifelong performer/composer of liturgical jazz and Third Stream, he continues to explore the gorgeous pallets of sacred sound within world spiritualities, and particularly the sounds of Himalayan singing bowls for their potential for awakening and supporting deepened dimensions of healing, spiritual listening and transformation. Doug has incorporated the bowls into the regular liturgical prayer life of his spiritual community in Cambridge, MA.

Ms Pam Kristan

Pam Kristan, author of Awakening in Time: Practical Time Management for Those on a Spiritual Path, has been teaching and consulting in spiritually oriented time-management since the late 80s.  She moderated speak-outs for National Take Back your Time Day.  In the early 90s she ran the adult spiritual education program at The Paulist Center in downtown Boston where she produced such series as Sunday/Monday: Integrating Work and the Spiritual Life.  She practices an eclectic spirituality drawing on text-based and earth-centered traditions.  Contact her at

Judy Kummer

Rabbi Judy Kummer is an environmental activist, teacher and Executive Director of the Jewish Chaplaincy Council of Massachusetts.  A Boston native, she earned a BA from Barnard College in Environmental Studies and Urban Planning and was ordained at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Philadelphia.  Rabbi Kummer is an avid organic gardener, potter, and hiker.

Dorothy Landry

Dorothy Landry, a Diamond Approach teacher, retired psychotherapist, and experienced retreat director, has been teaching the Enneagram for 30 years.  Her great love and appreciation of this wisdom tool of understanding oneself and others led her to the Diamond Approach of the Ridhwan School, a psycho-spiritual path of transformation, inner freedom, and realization, where she currently works with private students, small groups, and online groups.

Christina Leano

Christina Leano serves as the Associate Director of the Global Catholic Climate Movement, an international network of over 650 Catholic institutions and thousands of individuals turning Pope Francis’ Laudato Si’ encyclical into action for climate justice.  Christina is also a retreat leader and meditation teacher who facilitates programs as a Colleague at Bethany House of Prayer and through the Genesis School for Contemplative Living.  She holds degrees from Yale University and the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley.

Melody Lee

Melody Lee is an author, teacher, and storyteller currently designing and teaching courses in world literature.  

Margaret Leslie

Margaret Leslie - President of ISHA, Director of HTSM, MS, LMT, HTSM-CP/I,CCA

Margaret is a certified Healing Touch Spiritual Ministry practitioner/instructor and certified Clinical Aromatherapist with 25 years experience as a School Psychologist.
Since 1996, she has been coordinating Healing Touch, Healing Touch Spiritual Ministry and Clinical Aromatherapy classes in the Knoxville area.

Throughout her life she has been active in her church and involved in the Order of St.Luke. For several years, she has maintained a private practice in Knoxville and
Dandridge, TN. Bountiful Health Magazine published her article on Healing Touch in the treatment of breast cancer.

As President of ISHA and Director of HTSM, Margaret specializes her teaching in the Healing Touch Spiritual Ministry program. She volunteers to teach this work in third
world countries and shares in the Healing Ministry of her church.

Cathy MacGovern

Cathy MacGovern is a retired Diaconal Minister in the United Methodist Church.  She completed her training in Spiritual Direction through Tending the Soul with The Rev. Wendy Miller and is also a graduate of the Guild for Spiritual Guidance.   Having served on the staff for Gateways to God 3 she looks forward to Gateways to God 4 under Dr. Heidi Miller’s leadership.

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Rev Jean Marchant

Rev. Jean Marchant, a member of the Roman Catholic Womenpriests movement, was ordained a priest on July 25, 2005 in a ceremony that took place on the St. Lawrence Seaway. She holds a Masters of Divinity Degree from Weston Jesuit School of Theology and the Doctor of Ministry Degree in Pastoral Counseling from the Graduate Theological Foundation. Licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist, Jean is a Certified Chaplain and holds a certificate in Spiritual Direction. She is the former Director of Health Care Ministry for the Archdiocese of Boston, and as an ordained Catholic priest in the Roman Catholic Womanpriest movement, her ministry of pastoral care and counseling is now enriched by her sacramental ministry.  The mother of two adult daughters, and grandmother of five, Jean's personal experience as a bereaved parent is the grounding of her ministry to persons who are dying or bereaved. Jean has a passion for justice and for empowering women and men in their search for wholeness and holy-ness in their lives, and she brings this to bear in her ministry as chaplain, spiritual director and pastor.

Ms Bonnie Marden

Bonnie Marden facilitates and teaches groups to confront conflict and discover constructive energy for growth, discipleship/stewardship and healing.  Her training encompasses mediation, intervention and dialogue skills which she loves teaching in experiential and interactive settings.  Called to the ministry of reconciliation, she believes the restoration of our relationships with others is critical to our relationship with God.  With 21 years’ experience as a
Parish Consultant specializing in conflict, transitions and stewardship for the New England Conference of the United Methodist Church, she also works ecumenically. 

Ms Wendy Miller

Rev Paul Millin

Paul Millin is an experienced spiritual director at Christ Church United in Lowell, who has led Day Apart retreats, including labyrinth walks, Celtic Christianity, and Julian of Norwich.

Mr Carroll Moore

Carroll Moore  is certified in Spiritual Formation by the United Methodist Church, trained as Spiritual Director and in work with Peer Groups for Directors, one of the leaders for the past two years with Insight and pastor for over 50 years.

Monique Morimoto

Monique Morimoto MS, CPCC, supports her clients to discover, embrace and manifest the deepest truth of who they really are.  Her clients learn to love themselves more completely and bring the powerful potential of that love more fully into their personal and professional lives.

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Anita Pandolfe-Ruckman

Anita Pandolfe Ruchman RN, MSN, has been a healing arts practitioner for over 40 years. She has a private practice in Rockport, Ma. called A Tender Place ~ mind, body, spirit therapy  Anita is a psychotherapist, midwife, body and breath-worker and bereaved parent.  As the retreat facilitator, Anita will guide the group, providing wisdom, experience and compassionate support.

Kristina Parry

Originally from Southern California, Kristina Parry (aka. ApothecaryMama) moved to New England eight years ago and here established her growing family & career calling. When she’s not sharing with family and friends the wonderful natural healing & wellness through her work as a Certified Medicinal Aromatherapist, teaching chemical-free living that includes using therapeutic essential oils, she is helping hundreds of others step into the world of at-home entrepreneurship and financial freedom.
Certified in French Medicinal Aromatherapy, the ApothecaryMama really is just that. Passionate about health, wellness  & being in service to individuals and families of all types. Seemingly world's away from her Communication Studies degree from UCLA and decade spent in advertising & publishing - Kristina takes her passion for healthy, happy people to the next level of care with ongoing education & research.
Ongoing personal education in plant based wellness includes yearly study with world renown doctors, chemists & aromatherapists specializing in true healing. Kristina not only has the pleasure to have colleagues from coast to a coast and internationally - but has also been a guest speaker & educator all over the United States.