I have studied dance, movement and the body for the last 20 years. My journey through embodiment began as a dancer, choreographer, Pilates practitioner and a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist RCST®. These practices have bridged the gap between healing and movement, chronic pain and emotional freedom.
In 2008 I became a certified Pilates practitioner through the Kane School of Core Integration in New York City. While professionally dancing I completed continuing education courses including, FAMI (Functional Anatomy for Movement & Injuries) at Mount Sinai school of medicine, Westside Dance Physical Therapy where I was on staff for 3 years, Osteoporosis for Pilates with Rebekah Rotstein, Pre and Post Natal Pilates with Debra Goodman, The Psoas and Scoliosis with Kuan Hui Chew, Scoliosis with Jean Claude West, the Ribs and the Sacrum in motion with Madeline Black. Additionally I've studied Iyangar Yoga and Body Mind Centering through Movement Research, Alexander Technique and Feldenkris.
While I am still very much a curious mover, my journey into Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy has brought new possibilities to the surface physically, artistically and in life. It was originally a quest to learn about the inner workings of the nervous system. I learned this powerful modality un-locked my nervous system in more ways than one. Like most things in life, one thing reflects the other. I draw on on all these experiences to deepen my personal practice and create more space for myself and for my clients. I am fully certified through the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America and uphold the educational requirements and standards.
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