I help people learn how to listen to, expand and navigate the unique terrain of their embodied experience. By paying attention and directing awareness into our bodies, we can increase our depth of understanding, and begin to take responsibility for our own health and well being.
About me: I am a yoga teacher, movement educator and massage therapist. I began practicing yoga and dancing concurrently in 1996 and have been exploring the ground of embodied experience ever since. Techniques I have studied intensively include Bodymind Centreing (BMC); Feldenkrais, Craniosacral Therapy; Ideokinesis; Yoga (Ashtanga, Iyengar, Hatha, Vinyasa flow); Contemporary Dance and Massage Therapy. In 2011 I completed a practice based PhD about movement as a practice of attention, and building awareness of the body’s internal states.
I have been privileged to work with a large variety of bodies in creative, educational and therapeutic settings, and to observe the miracle of the life processes that are happening within us. I delight in the pragmatism and specificity of watching and helping bodies navigate their way through the world, and in helping people better understand the miracle of the ongoing work of art that they are.