- Do you crave a highly personalized, process-oriented, and relational approach to
deep healing, well-being, and preventive health?
- Can you intuit that your whole self (body, emotions, and spirit) needs to be
included to truly reach your goals?
- Does more nervous system, sensory, and emotional ease sound like a relief?
- Are you interested in movement that feels good and develops valuable
balance, strength, and flexibility?
- Is your situation complex, and you need highly-skilled, trustworthy guidance?
- How would it feel to explore what matters to you and engage more fully in the
things that bring meaning to your life?
Serving individuals of all abilities and life stages through Integrative Occupational Therapy and the GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM®. We offer support through somatic education, bodywork, therapeutic movement, mindfulness, intentional goal setting, client-centered dialogue, activity analysis, rehab science, and more for:
- Chronic Conditions (neuro, ortho, developmental)
- Balanced Aging
- Nervous System Regulation
- Fascial Tensegrity
- Sensory Sensitivity
- Dancer Well-Being
& Increased Ease for Everybody!
Why Ease Therapy and Movement?
In addition to formal training, I have deeply embodied the techniques offered at Ease. Over the years, I've cultivated an approach that helps me feel more ease, balance, and engagement in the things that are meaningful for me. It's provided me with relief for injuries, chronic conditions and sensory sensitivities. I'm passionate about the synergy of physical, emotional, and spiritual health! When we're in harmony with ourselves, there is greater harmony in the world. It would be an honor to help guide you on your healing, well-being, and prevention journey.
- Master's of Occupational Therapy University of Washington
- Bachelor's of Interdisciplinary Studies/Human Movement Science UNC Chapel Hill
- Gyrotonic instructor since 2004, Pilates instructor since 1999
- Former professional ballet and modern dancer
- Several decades of study and practice in various movement, somatic, fascial, and