I am a dancer and a structural integration practitioner who is curious about the places where the art, science, and spirituality of movement overlap. I offer transformative bodywork and embodied movement practices that focus on deepening awareness, building resources and shifting patterns for lasting change.
One of the ways I approach bodywork is from a movement perspective. Movement is life. When we move, our tissues receive sensation and feedback, which in turn, influences our movement choices and how we perceive ourselves and the world around us. Movement facilitates embodied knowing. Our motor development is created though movement. Beyond development, as we settle into the routines of daily life, we often take movement for granted- that is, until we lose mobility due to injury, stress, trauma, illness, aging, postural patterns, repetitive movement, or lack of use. Structural integration and myofascial release can help to illuminate our patterns and areas of restriction, and support the body in finding more ease, fluidity, and awareness.