Balance and Symmetry

I recently completed a Yin Yoga teacher training (ironically enough, after 5 years teaching Yin). One of my takeaways from the training was a reminder of our beliefs around the supposed symmetry and balance of the body. Largely because of how we look, most of us assume that we are bilaterally symmetrical. In other words, … Continue reading Balance and Symmetry

Resources

This page is a collection of resources from various areas that we have found helpful and would recommend. Both of us have spent many years using all kinds of resources to further our research and explore different areas of interest. It is a great privilege to have such wonderful sources of information, many of which … Continue reading Resources

FAQs

What do you do? I teach movement and yoga. My focus is on therapeutic and restorative movement, helping people recover from injuries, address chronic pain or find greater ease and efficiency of movement. In order to do this, I use principles and practices from somatics, movement therapy, yoga, and Laban/Bartenieff Movement1. Who is this work … Continue reading FAQs