As a movement therapist, postural coach, massage practitioner and yoga teacher, my broad study of eastern, western and esoteric anatomy provides me with a complex lens through which to understand the human body and spirit. My role as both a teacher and a bodyworker is to empower you to heal your body-mind from the inside out.
Healing touch is not a luxury but an imperative aspect of preventative and alternative medicine. As a therapeutic massage therapist whose toolbox includes modalities from both eastern and western healing lineages, I invite my clients into a participatory exploration into empowered self-healing. Softening, relaxing, letting go, sinking into the flow of your body is actually a radical act. The journey of taking care of your body positively affects everyone in your life and, by extension, everyone in their lives, and on and on. Investing in our own well-being is one of the most imperative ways we can be of service to others.
The ancient wellness tradition of hatha yoga teaches us that the wisdom of the body can be accessed through the realm of pleasurable and intentional movement. Through a conscious examination of our habitual tendencies, both postural and psychological, we cultivate resilience and balance while connecting to a larger purpose. In both my private and group classes I offer a plethora of tools that are easily taken off the mat and translated into a life of greater calm, confidence and peace.
During the process of pursuing my M.A. in Integrative Health at The California Institute of Integral Studies, I honed my interest in and passion for wellness and holistic business as a path to social transformation. I’m inspired by creating spaces for human beings to come together to explore, practice and experience optimal well-being in community and in alignment with nature.
Spirit is the space where the body and the mind meet. Greater freedom in the body-mind means greater meaning and happiness in all areas of your life. There is no end to this journey, no destination, just ongoing fearless (and very often pleasurable) exploration.
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