Sherry has always had an interest in the healing arts.
Her journey in this field began in 1992 when she successfully completed and became an ambulance attendant in Ontario. Shortly after passing her provincial exam, the Ministry of Health cut back funds in her field and she was both hired and laid off in the same month.
After applying for a position across the province with no success, she moved to Vancouver. As her provincial certification was valid only in Ontario, she began her Ambulance training for the second time, now in British Columbia (she knows her stuff!). With this second completion she accepted a position working as a first aid attendant on film sets, and developed herself in this area for the next 13 years.
During this same time she also began studying energy and energy healing modalities. In 2001 she began studying Craniosacral Therapy (CST) with Howard Jones and knew her life was going to change. Her studies fueled a passion in her for natural healing and she has never looked back.
"Sherry is a beautiful being who also happens to be a gifted, well-schooled teacher and healer. While we can all take courses to learn new skills and receive certifications, there are no textbooks (that I know of) for learning how to hold space. Sherry does this with ease and taps into the wisdom of the moment. Whether you are a student in her teaching space or a client on her table, you are in good hands. The best way to learn how to hold space is to be in the presence of one who you feel does it well...the learning happens viscerally and with time. The best way to tap into your own wisdom is to be quiet and Sherry holds sacred space for this to naturally arise in clients as well as students."
- Suzanne Montford, Level 1 Cranial student and client