What would you do if nothing stood in your way?
How big would you dream?
Hello. I'm Kristin Pierce.
I'm a business mentor, workshop facilitator, entrepreneur, and author.
I help people - like you - do
Each and every one of us has an Inner Compass. It is an in-born guidance that sends you quiet signals to help you navigate life from a place of inner truth, passion, and soul alignment.
Your Inner Compass is the little voice in your head that whispers when something feels right or wrong. It is the gut feeling you get when you something just 'feels off'. It is the spark in your heart and the fire in your eyes when you are so passionate about something that there is nothing else you would rather spend your time doing.
Your Inner Compass is your inner voice -- your very own unique-to-you Soul GPS. It is the deeply-connected internal knowing that your soul wants to share with you. It is ultimately your soul guidance that leads you to your True North.
"Sometimes I've believed as many as
SIX impossible things before breakfast."
-Alice in Wonderland
I was introduced to holistic healthcare, namely BodyTalk, at the end of my Junior year of college. For a couple of months, I had been having symptoms of bloating, constipation, and fatigue. Upon returning home for the summer, I had multiple tests completed and was blindsided with the diagnosis of cancer. A nurse suggested BodyTalk and, at that point, my parents and I were willing to try anything. I had a fairly extensive education and understanding of the body (mind you, this knowledge was of the physical body), and was somewhat hesitant to think that "BodyTalk" could actually make my "Body Talk". However, after my first couple of sessions, I experienced profound emotional, physical, and mental shifting and healing that I could not deny were the results of BodyTalk. While doctors could not determine which organ the large mass in my abdomen actually was, my BodyTalk practitioner continued to balance to my right ovary. It turns out that my practitioner was absolutely correct when the doctors removed a 5 pound, football size, malignant tumor (stage 3) that was my right ovary and fallopian tube.