More About Me

I meet people where they are at whether to: get “rid of pain,” become “more flexible,” “get centered,” “let go”, integrate various parts of body and mind, or do a deep dive exploring the body’s capacity.

The approach is centered around perceptions of self, daily activities, history, and goals. This “bodywork” can occur through touch, movement, or a combination of both. It is normal for me to give a massage though the larger vision is to bring you closer to what it feels like to enjoy being in your body. Upon consultation, I present a plan of approach, which may include further exercises, stretching, mindfulness, relaxation techniques, or other complimentary modalities. This is a holistic perspective for Embodied Integration.

I am a Licensed Massage Therapist since 2008, Certified Pilates Instructor since 2006, and continue to live with a passion for movement and energetics, expanding through new techniques, or lens’ through which we can understand who we are.

Typically, people seek me for the degree of subtly I can perceive through my hands, and my capacity to translate what I feel into other parts of life and the relationships around us. I dance and travel as a means to learn about honoring new communities and ecosystems for collective harmony. Check out my work with water at