Hey there! I’m Heather Nardi, the Empath Mama.

If you’re a sensitive empath (highly sensitive person and/or empath) or just feeling overwhelmed and alone as a mother, I get it. I know how isolating it can be to feel like no one else understands your struggles. I’ve been there myself. That’s why I created Empath Mama—a community where you can find connection, education, and support from other women just like you. We have everything sensitive mamas need to feel understood and supported.

I’m a married mom to two children (22 and 16) and I’m here for you as we navigate this crazy life together!


We’re so excited to welcome you to Empath Mama. Our community has been expanding so quickly that we want to offer more opportunities for local in-person support.

That’s why we’re launching a new initiative to bring more Moms Groups into communities across the country.

Empath Mama is excited to announce that we are expanding our reach to include local moms groups. This member-based community will allow us to build deeper connections in your local community.

We know what it’s like to be a sensitive mom—to feel overwhelmed, exhausted, and misunderstood. And also intuitive, spiritual, creative, and longing for deeper connections.

That’s why we started Empath Mama: to provide a place where sensitive moms could come together and share their experiences and struggles, ask questions, and get answers from other moms who understand them. We believe that community is essential for every mom—and that being in a community with other sensitive moms is even more critical for us.

So, we’re thrilled that you’ve found us and hope you’ll join us on this journey!

Learn more by attending one of your information meetings Or, if you are ready to say “yes,” join us NOW to get started.



What People Are Saying

“Heather has a way of being enthusiastic and sincere without hype. She is dedicated to her community and is fully engaged in providing value to others. She is great example of a servant leader because her actions and attitude are never self-serving but always for the good of the group as a whole.”


“You are very good at; breaking down and explaining complicated concepts and helping others feel confident in their ability to govern themselves. Example: There have been many instances where a person may not have the confidence to make a decision and you have helped them see that they are enough, no matter what other people or outside experts may want them to believe. You are a permission giver. Permission to be yourself. Permission to have a good life and permission to have challenges.”

Social Media Manager

You are really good at being considerate of other people’s feelings. I think it’s because you listen to each person and then you are careful with your answers. Heather is really good at being creative and helping others. She gets passionate about things she believes in and will seek to understand and find why things happen in life.”





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