I used to struggle with feeling comfortable in my skin, of understanding how to be myself in relationships with others. I had a habit of fighting – a war between body and mind. Back then, I believed that if only I could do the right thing, be more acceptable, choose the right path in life I would be able to solve these feelings.
Deep down, I was convinced that I had a problem. I thought I was the only one feeling disconnected to my body – and to society – and was unsure I would be able to live a meaningful life without physical and emotional pain.
My course of life changed when I had a near death accident. I thought that my physical body had recovered quickly. I carried on; resuming life as I had been living before. But something deep inside had changed.
It wasn’t until I began the path of embodiment through The Hakomi Method and Rolfing SI that I understood how deeply dissociated I'd been living from my physical body. It was almost as if during the accident I decided it wasn’t safe to be in my body, and I no longer believed life was to be trusted. I didn’t realize how small of a world I was placing myself in.
As I’ve come more fully into my physical form, it’s been a long awaited homecoming, and it’s been the greatest relief of my life.
Now, I'm on the path of my calling to steward others towards an embodied life; to be of service to those who are seeking to feel more at home as a human being. The reason I’m in business is to honor and respect the creative aspect underneath physical form that is available to us all; to bring light to the conscious, co-creative capacity we have in the physical universe of our body, mind and actions.
I offer my work to others who are forging their own mythic journey of embodiment with grace and tenderness. I’m here to spark dialogue within the quiet reservoirs of our intuition that we are it – we are the authors of ourselves. And we have the capacity to shape our way through life.
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