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Hours Tuesday - Friday

I think I started to be interested in the body: how movement, structure and tissue relates to the nervous system, as a kid. I know I thought about the nature of consciousness as a kid. I think many of us are probably most brilliant as kids, before different events and traumas cause us to freeze. Of course I didn’t have much language for my interest, and even still I often feel that language is too general for the felt senses we have. As a young person who danced, I felt that changes in movement could create changes in my thought quality and breath — in essence, my mood. In college, I practiced Yoga, and in Grad school I began teaching Yoga at OmTree Shala. This began to give me a sense of connective tissue and its relationship to the function of our blood flow, viscera, brain, etc. After formal school, in the Fall of 2013, I went to the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in Boulder, CO and then decided to do bodywork full time. Rolfing school gave me a new language! I completed Rolfing school in the summer of 2015 and I began practicing Rolfing in Lawrence under the mentorship of Holly Krebs, a decade-long, local Rolfer and Visceral Practitioner. Currently, I'm studying and practicing Visceral Manipulation and CranioSacral Therapy through the Barral and Upledger Institutes, still practicing yoga, and my readings and my actual bodywork practice come from all over and many influences. I am a believer that our practice is our teacher and I’m a lifelong learner.

I believe we can change the holding patterns of our BODIES. and in doing this, we can change the way we perceive, internalize, and interact with our environment.

I work in a private, downtown office Tuesdays-Saturdays at 719 Massachusetts St. suite #113 and you can also find me at Vitality Health Collective at 401 Arkansas Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings.

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