Hello,
I’m Stacy Maskell

Transformational Guide, Master Circle Leader and Motivating Teacher

About Stacy

With empathy and humour, Stacy inspires people to be their true selves and live life intentionally.

From conversion therapy to self-hate and self-harm, and decades of alcohol and substance addiction, I am proof that change is possible.

For the last 10 years, I’ve been on a journey of transformation, forgiveness, and redemption. This journey has taken me from rock-bottom to a life of meaning, spirituality, deep compassion and empathy for the world, and the full expressions of all that I am.

I know what it is like to not fit in, to not be comfortable in your own skin, and to finally understand and feel what it’s like to be both WHOLE and HOLY! I am a gender non-conforming, masculine-presenting woman walking through a world that does not always see me and I stand strong and proud in who I am.

My life’s mission is to cultivate kindness, empathy, and compassion in all aspects of life. I strive to see the world with a sense of curiosity, awe, and a child-like sense of wonder.

COMPASSIONATE GUIDE

We’re on this journey together

Growing up in a born-again Christian house and being actively involved in my parent’s church, I did not know what spirituality meant or that it was accessible to me. Nothing made sense.

The longer I walked my path of recovery, I realized that I am a deeply spiritual being who feels the connectedness of the world around her.

I’m inspired by many spiritual traditions and practices, combining discipline and practice with study and deep devotion to prayer. I love talking with people, sharing stories, and experiences, asking questions and learning from one another.

I encourage all the feels and believe in deep belly laughs!

MY APPROACH

Deep listening in a safe non-judgmental space

I am committed to co-creating safe space and deeply listening to your experiences with a sense of compassion, empathy, and curiosity. This does not mean a space without challenge, but it does mean a space without judgement. As a recovering alcoholic there is very little I have not done. I believe, with all that I am, that transformation is possible.

I know you have what it takes to make lasting change. I am here simply to walk this journey with you and dive deep into these life-changing devotional practices.