Taylor is a mom, storyteller and guide living in Golden, Colorado with her toddler son. The main focus of her work is using Human Design for empowerment by guiding people to discover the deepest truths that lie within them, by reflecting and reminding them of who they really are.
Growing up in the Panhandle of Texas, Taylor craved experiences beyond the cows and buried Cadillac’s she grew up around and started traveling from a very young age. It sparked her self-discovery and opened her eyes to the real world. From meditation and hiking in India, backpacking through Europe and Japan, volunteering in orphanages in Russia, Guatemala and Haiti – Taylor experienced the value of being open and present in each moment. She’s worked with gurus, master yoga teachers, healers, coaches and mentors supporting her with practices to learn to live from her truth and own inner wisdom.
Early in her twenties she went through a deep loss and multiple identity-shifting experiences that rocked the foundation of her life, broke her heart open, and brought her to a depth of understanding around the impermanence of life. Human Design was the key that helped her understand her own framework and gain tools to navigate life and its myriad challenges with clarity. It was the missing piece to all of her years of self-discovery practices. De-conditioning and understanding how to free her Generator sparkle transformed her life. It was the medicine her mind, body and spirit needed. She knows exactly what it feels like to abandon your own truth and knows first hand the power of reconnecting to your own inner voice to live free.
Taylor’s on a mission to remind and reawaken you to your own inner voice and power to transform the quality of your life. She uses your chart as the map to hold a mirror to your soul and reflect your unique self back to you. With the combination of her strong intuition, life experience, and trainings in the healing arts; she brings her whole heart to her work. She currently spends her days with her son in Colorado exploring nature, sharing Human Design full-time and is also writing her first book. A portion of all readings is donated to World Central Kitchen. Taylor reserves a limited number of spaces each month for sliding scale readings. If you’re interested, please email Taylor directly.