About Alicia


Alicia graduated from the cosmetology program at Indian River State College in 2009. She has explored every trade within the scope of her licensure, attended many continuing education and specialization trainings, and found her niche in skin care.

Yoga & Meditation:

Alicia has a long history as a student of yoga and meditation and she taught both for 9 years. She was the resident teacher at Hostel in the Forest for some time, taught privately in Savannah GA, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, the public library, The Yoga Pagoda, Spark of Divine, privately in home for residents of Indian River County, and numerous other events and locations.


Alicia was Reiki trained and certified in 2007 and received her 2nd degree in 2009. She received certification and ordination with the ULC in 2007. She is also trained in old world Italian healing modalities and spirit work, and is currently studying and practicing mediumship. While Reiki was Alicia’s entry to facilitating healing for others, her present day spiritual counsel and energy work is based in the ancient pre-Roman indigenous Italian healing practices.

She has studied astrology for 15 years with three different teachers and started reading professionally in 2015. Tarot was a subject of fascination for her since early on. She received her first deck and started study in 1998, she has also studied with two teachers, and began reading professionally in 2012.

She has provided services for clients across the globe, led workshops, and taught both publicly and privately in the fields of yoga, animism, spiritual energy, astrology and tarot. Alicia has written for online publications about ritual, animism, astrology, and mysticism.

Personal Aesthetica:

Things that invoke beauty in her life: Being a mom, haiku, folklore, milk oolong, dreams, meditation, the wilderness, ethnobotany + herbalism, lectures + literature, visual arts, and out of print + old used books, and textile appreciation.

“Creating a nurturing and nourishing space for others is just my cup of tea and undoubtedly my sacred calling”.