I am a Certified Advanced Rolfer™ and received my training at the Rolf Institute in Boulder, Colorado. I chose to train in the art of Rolfing Structural Integration (Rolfing SI) as I appreciate the practical and direct, unique, and holistic approach that Rolfing SI offers to help people resolve pain and correct imbalance in their body. My goal is very simple. I want to see my clients feel more empowered and be able to participate more fully in whatever it is that
brings them joy and happiness.

In my Rolfing practice I see every person as a unique individual who has their own unique way of organizing their body structure. There is
no one method for working with a particular issue as no issue is exactly the same for every person. I find practicing this modality to
be an incredibly rich and rewarding experience because of the changes that I get to be a part of. My aim is to unwind the trauma, strain or
injury that is held in a person’s body. When the trauma, strain or injury is released from the tissue, what remains is a basic sense of
ease and comfort. While Rolfing SI is a very direct hands on practice, it can also be very subtle at times as not all traumas respond to the
same approach.