I am a curandera, a nomad at heart, traveling, dreaming, and painting my reality.
This blog is about sharing my journey, the people, places, art and remedies that have inspired, healed and moved me.

Read the article on Wall Street Journal on my healing practice.

Read the article on Free + Native on my healing practice.

Read the article on Hairprint on my healing practice.

Read the article on Narrative.ly  about my home.

Read the article on Petits Papiers about my home and Nomadic Songlines.

Read the article on RocksMyStyle about my work and Nomadic Songlines.

Read the article on Ninunina  about me and Nomadic Songlines.

We are born with a dream and a song.
The paths are recorded trough stories, dance, painting and music.
Songlines, called dream tracks are invisible pathways across the land and sky, they connect communities to a sacred land.
The songs must be sung to keep the land alive, passing the secrets of the past.
The dream is vital, these dream tracks are the footprints of our heritage.
Our ancestors wandered over the continent singing the name of everything they crossed, plants, birds, animals, water, and rocks, singing the world into creation.
A nomad is a person moving from one place to another. Finding his songline, his dream track.
Nomadic Songlines is a place to share music, art, journeys of wisdom and healing from all over the world.