Thank you for taking the time to learn about me and what I do. These are the things I practice:

The Feldenkrais Method® (as a student, practitioner and Assistant Trainer)

Authentic Movement

Art Making/Publishing

Parenting

 

Before I began my journey with the Feldenkrais Method® in 2002, I was a practicing visual artist and very disconnected from my body. The Feldenkrais Method opened a door that changed the course of my life path. I now live in my body everyday and support others to deepen their inner worlds through sensory rich movement experiments, inviting curiosity, exploration and creativity. 

The integration of the changes I experienced from the Feldenkrais Method led me to dance, yoga and Authentic Movement.  

A few projects:

My book Feldenkrais Illustrated: The Art of Learning, a visual guide to the writings of Moshe Feldenkrais. I hope it will help make Feldenkrais' writings more accessible to people – those familiar with the Method, as well as those who are new to it.

"Feldenkrais’ work and writing is a great contribution to our understanding of human development, consciousness, and healing. Feldenkrais Illustrated provides a much needed bridge between the somatic practice of the Feldenkrais Method and the rich depth of his theories and philosophy" -David Knoerr, Founder, Watertown Center for Healing Arts

 

 

I helped to organize the Boston Feldenkrais Training program which began in August 2016.  I am so excited that several of my students have joined the 4 year program and grateful to be the Continuity Assistant Trainer of the training.

The training is sponsored by Feldenkrais® Education of New England, Inc., a new non-profit bringing awesome Feldenkrais projects to the New England area.

The training is sponsored by Feldenkrais® Education of New England, Inc., a new non-profit bringing awesome Feldenkrais projects to the New England area.