Based out of Charlotte, North Carolina, Kendall Heath is a poet, blogger, columnist, workshop facilitator, podcaster, and authentic voice of women’s spiritual & healing journeys through and to true self and wholeness. Kendall has been a travel columnist for (the former) Lowcountry Living Magazine and an editorial freelance writer for multiple publications, including the niche magazines of The Post & Courier in Charleston, South Carolina, and WNCW Magazine , a Gulfstream Publications magazine out of Western, North Carolina. She facilitates a writing workshop called True Stories – The Spiritual Journey through Personal Story. She was featured in Charleston’s (former) Moxie Magazine for her work with T.R.U.E. Initiative where she implemented wellness/arts/writing programs with disenfranchised young women.
Kendall has a spiritual orientation that includes theology studies at Appalachian State University and Caldwell Community College; Vinyasa yoga teacher training, Reiki training, and the paradigms of many internationally known contemporary teachers. In her early 20’s, she interned at The Sophia Institute in Charleston, where she was introduced to studies of The Divine Feminine and various international speakers/authors on the subject. She also participated in experiential breakthrough life-coaching programs at The Legacy Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. Today she is enrolled in a Psychology & Theology degree program and is working on a larger non-fiction project.
Kendall frequently writes about the themes of authenticity & self-awareness, (messy) healing, behavorial and mental disorders, (wild) women’s empowerment, conscious business, spiritual & religious experience, and writing/storytelling as catharsis. She is an expert on nothing.