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Meet Tiffany Savion of The Wild Vibrant Woman in Topanga

Today we’d like to introduce you to Tiffany Savion.

Tiffany, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
I am a country girl at heart who also loves a bit of culture and city sprinkled on top. Virginia born and raised, I came to La a beautiful and long 18 years ago. I was bright-eyed and eager to explore my wild heart and independent mind. Being a multi-passionate person led me to many interesting lines of work over the years. I spent seven years in the military learning personal development skills and discipline that are threaded through many of my teachings today. Over the last 15 years, I’ve studied Life Coaching, Yoga, Holistic Nutrition and Fitness with masters all over the world. I have great passion in living as an artist of music, creating spaces, sound healing and life transformation. My true expertise and deepest passion is guiding people back to themselves and the art of living Wildly Happy and Vibrantly Healthy.

My Declaration:
I believe in moving through life with grace & edge. I am determined to sing out, speak out and live out my philosophy of loving hard, serving the world with pure intentions and celebrating life. I believe in traveling the world to educate and lifting others to elevate. I am obsessed with pink, purple and turquoise and I think it should be splashed everywhere. I believe in amazing coffee shops and ridiculously good food. I cannot live without flowers, glitter, and sunshine. I believe in an attitude of gratitude. I believe in wild hair, pretty eyes and open hearts. Connecting to the earth is my breath. The ocean is my love affair. Music speaks for my silence. Dancing cures everything. I believe in kindness and courage. I live heavily meditated. I love capturing moments only to set them free. I believe in ruthless self-examination. I live for the truth. I believe in laughing until it hurts. I believe in pushing until it works. I am Tiffany Savion.

Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
The struggle is real. I teach happiness and health for a living and one of my main goals is to help my tribe acknowledge, honor and respect the hard times in life. Darkness and light are deeply intertwined. Struggle is a place that can help in growing stronger, smarter, resourceful, and more resilient. Of course, I’ve had some insane struggles in my wheel of life. I came to the Wild Wild West when I was 22 years old, not knowing anyone, where to go or what to do. For me, this age was tender. I was still learning who I was, my place in the world and my purpose. Although my mother had long transitioned and I thought there could have been no greater loss, anytime I got a call from home, I feared someone else had gone. There wasn’t enough guilt to pull me back there, but I somehow put a lot of pressure on myself to do great things since I had left my family. It took me years to find my tribe and carve out my space of serenity and peace in this crazy city. No matter how hard things got, one thing I knew for sure is that LA is where I belonged.

The Wild Vibrant Woman – what should we know? What do you do best? What sets you apart from the competition?
In my Holistic Life Transformation practice I’ve been known for guiding people to dive deep within to discover what brings joy, peace, balance and happiness using the beautiful combination of clarity mapping, meditation, earthing, chakra and sound healing and the traditional way of simply talking it out. A couple of years ago, I launched The Wild Vibrant Woman, an online heart-centered women’s collective for holistic lifestyle transformation. The idea was born out of my burning desire to reach more women beyond my one on one practice. I’m feeling super proud of my office at the moment. Heartquarters is nestled in nature surrounded by trees and my enchanted garden that I tend to every single day. I wanted to create a space for my tribe to feel safe and at home. I get to serve clients nurturing tea, work with sacred woods and oils, and drop into whatever feels good. The bohemian vibe has been a great instrument in people taking off their coat of life, settling in and opening up to healing in order to create a life they absolutely LOVE. Depending on the season, during sessions we get to see lots of hummingbirds, butterflies and maybe even a few bunnies.

I love this question so much and it’s not often that I get to answer it. The one and only thing that sets my company apart from others is me. There are brilliant lightworkers everywhere. Anyone can set up a stunning office and take clients. The thing that no one can ever replicate is my soul, my spirit, my voice and my essence. People have traveled from all over the world to get to the safe, nurturing and deeply loving space that I provide straight from my vulnerability and heart. My love runs deeper than the abyss for my people. This I know for sure.

What moment in your career do you look back most fondly on?
I must start off by saying that I am most proud of my clients who have continued to show up for themselves over the years. As an individual, the proudest moment in my career is when I finally had the courage to incorporate my voice into my practice which allows my tribe to experience my most vulnerable healing modality. I started off by taking my guitar to Costa Rica, writing a song and playing for my 200 Hour Yoga Graduation Ceremony. Since then I’ve added song bowls.

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