I practice a style of therapy that places front-and-center the natural processes of the body, breath, and senses to hold us in our healing, to ensure a deeper, lasting impact on nervous systems regulation. As a trained meditative breathwork and yoga teacher, I draw from an integrative, holistic view of therapy that holds the mind-body connection at its core. I prioritize relational attunement to create a gentle, warm and sanctuary-type of relationship that makes way for true collaboration. Together, we will process unpleasant feelings and belief systems to be better equipped to open up to new possibilities.
I work best with searchers–open-minded, curious seekers looking to explore a path toward greater self-commitment and embodied self-awareness, so they might more ease-fully move. The work I love to offer intends to sharpen your inner clarity, so that you may answer questions for yourself that might have once appeared unanswerable on your own. I’m passionate about working with trauma, relationship, and multicultural issues, and supporting clients in boundaries, increasing their self-esteem, and finding a strong sense of resourcing within themselves.
The North star of my work is the belief that in order to heal tension, stress, painful sensations and feelings, we first need to feel resourced and soothed in our nervous system. We’re familiar with the idea that trauma impacts our brains adversely, but growing in my understanding the physical impacts has been incredible for shaping my view of how to heal in a way that feels as if a heaviness has lifted, like a long sigh of relief – a true sensation of okay-ness. I see therapy as needing to incorporate the natural process of the mind, body, and the senses to truly move us forward in a meaningful, lasting way. It’s one thing to understand on a surface level, but reaching deeper, underlying parts of us is where real transformation can felt.