I first received my Rolfing training in 2005, after 10 years of practicing massage therapy full time. Many of my clients suffered from deeply embedded postural problems and I knew from experience that Rolfing could help. I wanted to offer bodywork that was thorough, profound, and long lasting. This pursuit led me to study at the Rolf Institute in Boulder, CO.
My sessions offer a blend of analytical, anatomically specific bodywork with a gentle intuitive presence. Those new to Rolfing are pleased to discover how pleasurable it is to receive. Specific stretches and movement sequences are given to nurture body awareness and improve self care. My passion for bodywork has led me to train other practitioners at The Rolf Institute and The East West College of the Healing Arts.
Outside of Rolfing, I have a deep interest in yoga, tango, and belly dance. I even lived in Egypt for a year to study dance and Arabic. Currently, I love making music and art with my family and spending time hiking around Oregon. On weekends, I can be found sampling the splendor of Oregon’s culinary delights.
I am a graduate of The Brian Utting School of Massage (WA), The School for Hawaiian Lomi-Lomi Massage (HI), and The Rolf Institute (CO).