Intuitive Together

A digital sanctuary for intuitive living and personal growth. Here you will find journal prompts, affirmations, mindfulness exercises, and more to help you connect with your inner wisdom and live authentically.

Welcome home!

I’m so glad you’re here.

I’m Ellese, the heart and soul behind this space dedicated to fostering intuitive living and personal growth. My journey into this realm began with a deep desire to connect with my inner wisdom and live a life of authenticity and purpose. Over the years, I’ve explored various practices that have profoundly transformed my life, and I’m excited to share these insights with you.

What We Offer

At Intuitive Together, I provide a rich tapestry of resources designed to help you nurture self-awareness and holistic well-being. Here’s what you can expect:

  • Journal Prompts: Thoughtfully crafted prompts to help you explore your inner world, clarify your thoughts, and unlock your creativity.
  • Affirmations: Positive affirmations to reinforce your self-belief, cultivate a growth mindset, and invite positivity into your daily life.
  • Mindfulness Exercises: Simple yet powerful exercises to help you stay present, reduce stress, and connect with the moment.
  • And More: From guided meditations to practical tips on living intuitively, I offer a variety of tools to support your journey.

My Philosophy

I believe that everyone has an innate ability to tap into their intuition and create a life that resonates with their true self. My approach is holistic, combining the wisdom of mindfulness with the practicalities of daily living. Whether you’re just beginning your journey or looking to deepen your practice, my goal is to provide a supportive and inspiring environment for your growth.

Join Our Community

Intuitive Together is more than just a collection of resources; it’s a community of like-minded individuals dedicated to personal and collective growth. I invite you to explore, engage, and connect with others who are on a similar path. Together, we can unlock our potential, embrace our uniqueness, and live with greater purpose and joy.

Thank you for being here. Let’s embark on this journey of self-discovery and intuitive living together!

With gratitude,


Get to know me


Caramel macchiato, half sweet

I recently read

The Pivot Year by Brianna Wiest

on weekends you’ll find me…

Taking a Barre class, visiting a bookstore or coffee shop, and spending time with family.

I couldn’t live without

A really yummy yin class.

Morning person or night owl?

Both! Give me all the caffeine.

Currently binging

Something on YouTube, it constantly changes.

favorite travel destination

St Tropez, France

Best piece of advice i’ve received

The only way to fail is to quit, so keep putting in the work and showing up every day.

Let’s collaborate

interested in a collab? I’d love to connect!


I began my meditation journey when I was 20 years old. I ran a meditation group in Manhattan every Sunday afternoon, where we would collectively come together and sit in silence. Offering that space for people to feel at ease, to let down their guard, was my first step into wellness in general. I noticed how very little room we had to feel vulnerable in our daily lives. Today, my hope is to provide more space for those who are ready.

Yoga is one of the very few modalities that have been prooven to help PTSD and CPTSD patients return to their bodies after trauma. It helps self regulate the nervous system, and begin the internal healing process. My favorite yoga is Yin, as you are force to stay still in a pose anywhere from 4-15 minutes at a time.

Short answer, yes. Intuitive and mindful eating is one of the quickest ways to turn anyone’s life around. Today, we all have screens in front of our faces when we eat. It’s become a ritual. There are plenty of studies that show when we eat with a digital feed, we tend to eat more calories than what our bodies need. I also found that when we take a pause to ask why we are eating and why we want something ‘fun’ to eat, we can easily get to the root issues. Most of our first addictions is food.

I have a few, and I think it is important to try a number of self care routines to find what works for you. For myself, it is salt baths, yoga, eft tapping, journaling, calling a loved one, going for a walk, lighting a candle, or having a mini dance break.

I currently don’t offer one-on- one consultations, however I have a plethora of knowledge available in the shop.