Kim Woodcock



I’ve had a passion for art all of my life and realized at an early age its power to heal the soul.   In my late 30’s I found myself starting over again for the second time in life and turned to the healing arts to figure out why I kept making the same disastrous choices.  I became a Usui Reiki Master, Karuna Reiki Master, Massage Therapist, and Astrologer which I practiced for a few years before I took a job teaching and directing the Massage Therapy program for a career college.   During my journey of rediscovery I reconnected with my passion for art and began painting again.  I also spent two years studying shamanism which really opened up a whole new world of healing possibilities and spiritual practice .

 This awakening of my connection to spirit has allowed me the ability to channel messages from angels, ascended masters, and spirit guides in the form of art, healing, teaching, and various forms of communication.  A third major life event in 2013 forced me to redirect once again, landing me here in this place in time where my vision of blending my passion of art and my need to heal feeds my souls purpose.  No longer bound by the constraints of a 9-5 job, I am able to open up my creative channels to use both healing and art to effect change on this planet one soul at a time.


Spirit Art

Inspiration for my art comes to me through many intuitive channels.  How it arranges itself into a piece of art depends mostly on who I am creating it for and whether the client needs healing, inspiration or empowerment from the finished product..



I am a student of life and have earned my wings by getting into the middle of things and getting my hands dirty.  I have had a multitude of life experiences that have shaped me and built my internal knowledge base.  I graduated from The Valley School of Healing Arts in 2003 after about 4 years of studies to become a Reiki Master, Massage Therapist, and Astrologer.  After graduating from school I was hired as the Lead Instructor and Program Director of Massage Therapy at a career college, where I worked for ten years.  I continue my studies to this day because I know that one lifetime is not enough to learn all there is to know.  I have had no formal training in art or education, but have held many positions where I gained immeasurable knowledge and on the job training to work in the fields of computer programming and data analysis, graphic arts, administration, supervision, education, and many more. I consider myself fortunate to have always learned at least one new skill in every role to add to my tool bag for later use.