Our Mission

The Dance With Todd Mission

We seek to provide a bridge to assist others through their grief, one step, one dance at a time. We offer hope and the opportunity to experience spiritual growth through some of life’s biggest challenges. And we develop beautiful spaces that are divinely inspired to bring Heaven to Earth in support of others on their sacred journeys.

What We Stand For

Dance With Todd stands for taking divine guidance and putting it into action based on the overarching principle that we are all children of a Divine Creator. Earth is our human playground where our eternal soul has the opportunity to explore and develop. We believe all of God’s children are created equal and it’s only through mutual love and respect for each other that we remember who we really are and claim our unlimited blessings from the Universe. We treat others the way that we want to be treated and strive to be good role models of the Golden Rule in action.

The Help We Provide Those Who Suffer From Loss

We provide people with a variety of holistic supportive services and products that offer hope and a stronger connection with their Creator. Dance With Todd provides energy healing services including Angelic Reiki, Akashic Record Readings, Feng Shui consultations and more,
Dance With Todd is also a developer of affordable housing for low-income families that incorporates feng shui design principles, interior design services and other holistic supportive services in the development and management of properties.
We build properties that are in harmony with heaven and earth to create a solid foundation in the home which allows people to feel supported by their Creator and fully express their gifts in the world.

Support for the Sarah Grace-Farley-Kluger Act

Dance With Todd has established a petition with over 2,700 signatures which, in turn supports the pending Parental Bereavement Act of 2017, also known as the Sarah Grace-Farley-Kluger Act, introduced to Congress by Senator Jon Tester. This act seeks to amend the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 to entitle an eligible employee to up to 12 workweeks of leave during any 12-month period because of the death of a son or daughter. Congressman Paul Gosar stated, “Expanding the FMLA to cover parents coping with the devastation of losing a child is beyond reasonable and should have been included when the legislation was originally passed.”

Click here to learn more about the Parental Bereavement Act: S.528 – Sarah Grace-Farley-Kluger Act. Federal legislative action on such a basic human expression of sympathy and respect for a grieving parent is long overdue and deserves Congress’ immediate attention. Please help us by signing my petition below.