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I am Christine Agosta and this is my journey --- so far.

As the seventh of eight children of first-generation Sicilian-Americans, I learned the Photo of Christine Agosta importance of family, honesty and integrity. With four brothers immediately before and after me, I also learned early to assert myself. My parents were involved in many community organizations, elected to local offices, and worked toward equality for all.

Our neighborhood on Detroit’s East side was interracial and multi-class (from factory workers to professionals). Our wonderfully chaotic home was always filled with people, including exchange students from South America and Africa. This environment prepared me for a life of service.

After receiving my degree in pre-law from Michigan State University in 1981 (during one of Michigan’s economic downturns), I hitched a ride to Colorado to find work in a part of the country that I loved, the Rocky Mountains, and where I had family ties

My career in human services began as a treatment counselor at Denver Children’s Home, working with emotionally neglected youth in residential treatment. The work was a master class in counseling and in learning about the effects of trauma, neglect and abuse (including parental substance abuse) on children.

Twenty-eight years of service with the Denver District Attorney's Office followed. Working in a prosecutor’s office revealed to me the root cause of abuse and neglect and I helped to hold people accountable. Unfortunately, the sad thing about abuse is that it is cyclical and a learned behavior. I needed more tools.

With a Master’s Degree in Reiki healing in 2002 I acquired my first new tool and began my journey as an energy healer. Since January of 2004, I have been a Crystalline Consciousness Technique (CCT) Practitioner and, since 2013, a certified CCT Teacher. Energy Medicine, Tai Chi, Qigong, Yoga, Brain Power Wellness, meditation and belly button healing are part of my toolbox.

Now in 2021, I am almost seven years retired from a job I loved at the Denver DA’s office, working with children who suffered childhood trauma or adults who experienced the kind of trauma one should only read about in history books. Certainly it gives me credibility and an expertise to do the kind of work I am now attempting to do as a private practitioner with the intention to attract the kind of clientele ready for the kind of transformational healing I offer.

My mission today is to uplift and empower individuals to live healthy, happy, and more peaceful lives by providing simple, natural, and innovative solutions to wellness that are readily available in their daily lives.

My life is filled with joy because my creative path is being met through my own healing and the healing of others. I am the master of my life and I am here to teach you how to do the same.

Love & light,
Christine