About Christa Peacock
vitality well-being advocate
I'd like to personally introduce myself. My name is Christa and I am the founder of theIntuitive Spirit. I wanted to take a moment to say hello.
Intuitive Spirit is a natural alternative well-being resource. Empowering people with various modalities of well-being support and incorporating these modalities into a daily lifestyle.
But who is Christa?
I found the question surprisingly eye-opening.
Short answer - The “who” in me is ever evolving into being. It is not just about taking time for Self... but instead about taking time for Self to process
all that is happening AND to feel into Truth.
I was diagnosed with a heart condition in 2005. Since the diagnosis, I have spent time learning and using various healing modalities. I started with using acupuncture, then Reiki, then Essential Oils, and the Biomat. Many classes, teachers, and modalities latter, I strive to provide education and resources for all.
Ways I can assist you… together
we create an energy transition that will increase your options to raise your energy,
support health and well-being. I love watching you discover or re-discover your personal magnificence, energy, physical abilities, and vitality. I am a resource, teacher, mentor and advocate for those who want to “take charge” and create more. I am an illustrator of what is possible and a guide for solutions. I am a joyful collaborator, wise listener, clarity seeking, discerning energy worker sharing a life full of experiences, insights, and most of all…a personal
demonstration of vitality.
We will create new activities and practices that inspire your inner-youth and support
your Vitality Plan. Together we will be curious and explore options to create your
My life experience of inspiration integrates healing arts and technology to facilitate and
nurture vitality thinking, spirituality, and physical liveliness. Vitality sessions can
include individual or combined sessions of BioMat, Reiki, Essentials Oils.
Yet the question “Who am I?” has awoken within me a reminder to share who I am and
accept the gift of the Self I’ve been given.
Have you asked yourself: Who am I? What do I want? What do I need?