What is…

The Feldenkrais Method

Often compared to yoga (although essentially very different) the Feldenkrais method is a treatment modality that involves moving with a deeper awareness of your body. The practice was founded by the late Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais (1904 – 1984).

More and more people are being told to seek out Feldenkrais if they suffer from conditions that don’t get better with classical physical therapy and rehabilitation treatments. I help people from all backgrounds and situations, from those suffering from injuries or debilitating conditions, to those who simply want to practice a new way of moving that can change your life.


  • Physical pain, such as back pain or tendinitis.
  • Movement restrictions caused by disability, such as a stroke.
  • Movement and/or neurological disorders, such as cerebral palsy or Parkinson’s.
  • Injuries that include post-car accident issues, recovering from surgery, sprained ankles, or herniated spinal disc.
    Poor movement habits from a sedentary lifestyle, or from repetitive use of body parts due to manual labour.
What is…

Somatic Experiencing

The founder of Somatic Experiencing, Dr. Peter A. Levine, developed his life’s work as a result of his integrated study of psychology, ethology, biology, and neuroscience. SE is a method for releasing trauma and stress that gets “stuck” in the body as a result of a past traumatic incident, accident, or even a mentally tough situation. We aren’t biologically designed to live in the society we live in. And this causes problems. Big problems. By looking at animals in the wild, we can see a stark difference between how they react to a traumatic situation, and how we react. Humans have built-in fight, flight, and freeze responses that haven’t evolved since we were wearing loincloths and running from saber-toothed tigers. It’s great that the sabre-toothed tigers aren’t chasing us anymore, but our nervous systems don’t know that. When we stay up all night, unable to sleep because of a big presentation, or date, or anything that might be stressing us out, our bodies are going through a stress response similar to being chased in the wild. Then there’s the lesser known freeze response. When we experience a traumatic event, a car accident, or physical or mental abuses, stress can (and often does) stay trapped in the body.


  • Are you riddled with anxiety, panic and stresses that keep you from living your life to its fullest?
  • Do you have body pains and ailments such as chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and digestive issues, that don’t seem to get better with conventional and even alternative therapies?
  • Are you pretty certain that a past traumatic experience in your life is the real culprit behind so many of your issues?

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Rather than your having to sift through all the reading, research, and books, and attending training sessions – I can give you what I’ve found to be the most essential, critical pieces a person needs to know for healing their nervous system.