Sheila ZayasEnergy Healer
Feel the peace and joy of discovering yourself
Hi, I’m Sheila! I help go-getter women calm down their stress and anxiety so they can awaken their purpose, enjoy connected relationships, and rest easy.
I had it all — a professional career, many friends, cum laude grad from a top school, hosted book clubs, and hallelujah’d at church every Sunday.
Life was good, yet I felt dissatisfied and overwhelmed. Persistent anxiety and constant worry kept me awake every night. Feeling tired and unhappy, all I could dwell on were the negatives in my life – my mountain of debt, failed relationships, and feeling overworked at my job. Blaming my bosses, my parents, and my lot in life were my norm. No amount of massage could calm my tense muscles and my allergies made breathing difficult.
One night, something upsetting happened at a work event. I left in a fit of rage that was not in line with what happened earlier. That’s when I knew it was time to look inward. I began to meditate and journal my feelings. I concentrated on feeling my anxiety and speaking love to it.
Through my journey of growth and transformation, it became clear to me that my stress and anxiety were the tip of the iceberg of unresolved emotions. It took introspection and stillness to unravel the source of the unhappiness that didn’t let me feel rested or thankful for the good in my life.
I’ve discovered how to feel peace, my allergies are considerably less, I sleep much better, I feel abundant and happy, and all the areas of my life are coming into alignment.
Today, I have the joy of supporting high-achieving women shed the layers of stress and anxiety that distract them from feeling alive, clear on their purpose, and full of peace.
Fun Facts About Me:
- I visited an elephant sanctuary and hung out with these gentle giants for half a day. They loved it just as much as I did!
- I jump on my bed in the dark because a hand from under the bed may grab me!
- Arts and crafts is my happy place.
- I used to act in local community theatre productions.
- When I was in college, a super cute guy waved at me, so I waved back. A girl behind me walked up and hugged him. He was waving at her, not me. He, he!