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About My Healing Practice

This space is a safe place to meet, grow, and connect to to your inner truth. Through Soul Coaching® & Ceremony I support my clients in their personal growth and healing. I like to say "I take the woo-woo out of soul work" and help people grow in ways they didn't know possible (with the woo-woo completely optional).


Kirby Costa Campos, Certified Soul Coach Practitioner

.:. Kirby's Story .:.

 

I'm a tiny woman that's set out on many different passionate endeavours over the years. 

I founded the music company Everything Independent the first anti-percentage based label in the US advocating for artist's rights which I ran for nearly ten years. While traveling the world with my acts I wrote my tumblr featured Mum blog, Little Amour from 2009 - 2016. 

Being a natural activist I founded the movement changing group Parents for Occupy Wall Street in NYC and was the lead subject in Dana Glazer's latest documentary Parents of the Revolution, when hurricane Sandy destroyed my Brooklyn neighbourhood.

 Making a natural transition out of the music industry and into story telling I held various positions within advertising and marketing in the United Kingdom. 

 My love for content creation led to me to co-founding Blog Authentic  alongside the creation of my family's YouTube Series Sailing Soon.

Through the years I battled with a mystery illness which I wrote about on my blogs discovering in 2017 I had been born with Copper Toxicity. After living 32 years suffering from a copper imbalance I set out on a healing journey that led me to reconnecting with my lost Native American heritage and becoming a Certified Soul Coach Practitioner with a goal to help others facing the same challenges physically, emotionally and spiritually. 

Now that's all out of the way, who is Kirby really though?

Surviving the music industry, a revolution, a natural disaster, and life changing illness has taught me one thing:

Without each other we are nothing. 

In short though, I'm a survivor who's always looking for ways to heal and help others heal along the way. 

 

“Someday, somewhere — anywhere, unfailingly, you’ll find yourself, and that, and only that, can be the happiest or bitterest hour of your life.

- Pablo Neruda