Katie Todd mug shotKatie’s mother introduced their family to energy work when Katie was 12 years old. Katie fell in love with it, and has continued to be a student a number of healing modalities. She is an empath, intuitive, and clear channel of divine energy for her clients.

As a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Indiana University, Katie has degrees in Psychology, Fine Art, and East Asian Studies. She taught in Japan for 2 years, traveled the globe a bit, started a small business, then moved with her husband to Portland in 2000, intending to study Naturopathic Medicine at NCNM.

Pilates Style MagazineHer plans were intervened by a magical influence of forces and led her to instead become a certified Pilates instructor. Thus began her therapeutic body and energy work in the fitness industry. Read about how she combined Energy work and Pilates in Pilates Style Magazine. Katie has taught private Pilates and group fitness classes for 12 years, incorporating a clear and grounded energetic mind-body focus.  She no longer teaches Pilates, but continues cueing her clients into their bodies as they are receiving energy work which creates results they can really feel!

Katie now teaches others her unique brand of  Energy work, Flow of Grace, best described as a combination of somatic awareness, Shamanism, Akashic or Soul Energy, and a dash of that gorgeous Grace that just pours on through when we open to being a channel for healing.

ART: After the birth of her daughter in 2004, Katie took a break from seeing clients to focus on herself  to heal her postpartum depression. A therapist suggested she find something to feed her soul. Thanks to the support and encouragement from her husband, she started painting again. Within a year, she began exhibiting and selling her work. She quickly gained recognition among collectors and was a featured artist in Oregon Home Magazine.  See her work at KatieToddArt.com.

She currently enjoys her time with family, friends, Energy work clients, painting, and eating good food in Portland.

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