Restore Your Movement Options
With Ease and Alignment
We all know that taking time to unwind is beneficial for health and happiness. Reducisng stress and strain facilitates better options for one’s movement and alignment. Being mindful about one’s comfort and well-being helps being intentional about one’s life.
Restorative massage can help you feel better in your body and mind. Somatic awareness and movement re-patterning enhance and alter your movement experience and might even be life changing.
Whether your movement routine is just walking, sitting and getting up and down or it expands to exercise, dancing and sports; somatic enhancement facilitates healing, reduces injuries and opens up the range of possibilities exponentially.
20 years in the field of professional bodywork and movement education.
Integrating therapeutic massage practices, somatic healing arts and somatic movement education.
Restoring Alignment and Motion
Efficiency and Ease of Movement
60 min session – $110
90 min session – $150
- Reduce fatigue
- Restore vitality
- Relieve migraine pain
- Alleviate lower-back stress
- Liberate neck and shoulders
- Lessen depression and anxiety
- Enhance sleep quality
- Prepare for, and
recover from a strenuous workout
Somatic Bodywork (based on Body-Mind Centering approach) addresses specific issues through facilitating structural changes in the body:
- Relieve Chronic Pain
- Increase Mobility
- Joint ROM and Stiffness
- Recovery From Injury
- Nerve Entrapment
- Facilitate Tissue Repair
- Faster Recovery
Movement re-patterning is for those who would like to step further in the direction of fuller, healthier and better moving function towards injury-free and dynamic embodiment. Somatic Re-patterning also facilitates faster healing, reduces risk for injuries and opens up the range of expressive possibilities.
- Improve Athletic Performance
- Fine-tune Asana Practice
- Polish Your Dance Moves
- Walk, Stand and Sit With Ease
- Increase Mobility
- Enhance Flexibility
- Develop Better Posture and Refine Alignment
830 Bancroft Way at 6th Street,
Our building is located on the South-East corner of the intersection. Entrance from Bancroft Street.