For over twenty years, Jamien MOT, OTR/L, has been helping people come home to themselves through the process of embodiment. She began teaching GYROTONIC® movement in 2004 and Pilates in 1999 and continues to study numerous movement forms and somatic techniques. With a Master of Occupational Therapy from the University of Washington, Bachelor's in Interdisciplinary Studies/Human Movement Science from UNC-Chapel Hill, somatic bodywork trainings, corporate wellness clients, years in professional ballet and modern dance, and both personal and professional experience with chronic conditions and injuries, she offers highly skilled and effective services.
Jamien honors each person's unique priorities and offers empathic, intuitive and knowledgeable guidance. As an occupational therapist, she has advanced training in mental health, neurobiology, anatomy and physiology, medical conditions, and a variety of allopathic and integrative treatment techniques. OT is a holistic, biopsychosocial profession focused on helping people "live life to the fullest" (AOTA). Jamien loves to help enable people to live a life of ease, balance, & meaningful engagement in the things that matter most.
Jamien is an auxiliary board member and has volunteered as a service provider for the Plus One Foundation. They offer grants to people with neurological movement disorders to participate in therapeutic activities that are not covered by insurance. Interested individuals may be able to have sessions with Jamien covered. Apply at: www.plusonefoundation.org/grants-overview/.
Ease THERAPY and movement
Seattle and Eastside
Voice 206-607-9425 Fax 206-326-1159