Two years in Portland and love it. I love the nature and potential for being out in it.
I do body work and teach a self-care practice for people to become independent in their health issues, and I work virtually on several projects.
I am passionate about helping people overcome pain and create sustainable bodies.
I am also a vocal sound healer and very mystic chic. But, I am also quite grounded and not too into the overwhelming 'spiritual' talk.
Still friends with my last long-term relationship which ended two 1/2 years ago. I have spent a lot of that time mostly looking at myself, my relationship patterns and what I am really looking for.
I've found some great friends here, so if you want to get together to have a cocktail, take a hike, see a film, a play or performance, explore a museum or gallery tour, let me play in your garden, go to kirtan or go dancing (love dancing), let's chat.
Do you play instruments? Anything interesting?
Looking for someone to sing along?
I am seeking someone that has a certain amount of emotional maturity, who knows and loves themselves enough to be able to have a real and honest relationship of epic proportions. I find that we learn and grow in relationship and I am up for that. I would like to find a partner. Someone that we push each others edges and encourage each other to try new things, laugh a lot and participate in life together. I am extremely sexual and able to connect on this level in a profound way. I see sex as much more than the physical body and I like to connect on the energetic/spiritual level as well, when I find a partner. So, if you have never taken a yoga class, meditated, or had an authentic mystical experience I might not be the girl for you.
I am open to casual dating and friendship, but I will be looking for someone that will want to put in the energy and work for an actual relationship.
If you are just out of a relationship and just looking to hook up, eh... don't bother. (unless you are very hot :)
I am not jealous, possessive, unkind, addicted, or abusive. I don't have any need for those things in my life.