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Photography by Jen Downer of She Saw Things

Black and white photo of a smiling cis-woman with shoulder-length wavy hair.  She wears a flowy cardigan over a tank dress.  Her tattoo says "love" in script, with a paint splash just below it.  The tattoo is centered over the heart.

Hi! I’m Kaeri.

I believe that the world and people can HEAL.

I believe in the inner knowledge we all hold. To heal, the world needs more people to connect with their inner knowing and embrace self-honoring actions and behaviors.  While self-doubt occasionally steps in, when I connect deep down, I know, without question, that my inner truth is to be honored.

I rejoice in my identity as a magical, queer, cis-womyn. I dance through life as mama to two amazing kids, loving wife, health liberator, and intuitive healer. For me “intuitive” means that I use my exquisite awareness, presence, and body-communicated wisdom to make intentional and self-honoring choices each day. I pause to listen to my inner knowing and
deliberately build a schedule which is generative and nourishing. I feel whole when my days leave me feeling grounded and radiant. I aim to honor my natural momentum and deeply enjoy how it flows with the earth’s cycles.


I move into my role as healer, body interpreter, and medical guide with an MD from the University of Wisconsin, a board certification in Family Medicine, training in functional medicine
from the Institute of Functional Medicine, and craniosacral and osteopathic training from Carol Gray and Christopher Frothingham DO. I am working to better understand the effects of colonialism on our medical system through the courses of Dra. Rocio Rosales Meza.


Most of what I use as I practice the art of medicine I didn’t learn in medical school or residency. My most important teachers have been my kids and the many amazing humxns who have trusted me to support them in their healing journeys. I honor each person I support by holding space for their humxnity, trusting the truth of their embodied experience, and remembering their individuality. I honor others’ healing by continuing to bravely step into mine with depth and

I am committed to building and supporting healing spaces where I (and others) can help people connect with and trust in their inner knowing. Through our work, I want my community to feel seen, heard, and honored.  Through our work, I want to feel seen, grounded, and radiant. 


The important thing to me, as we step into this healing, is holding space for our humxnity.

I lead through my own healing.
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