I believe we are all inherently connected. Connection thrives from our sense of safety. When we don’t feel safe, every area of our physical, mental, and emotional lives is impacted. As a Somatic Coach and Educator, I work with people to cultivate safety through body-centered experiences like yoga, meditation, breathwork, massage, and co-regulation practices. I also educate people on the mind-body connection, the physiological aspects of trauma, Poly Vagal Theory, somatic experiencing, and the stress-disease connection.
1. To sustain with food or nutriment; supply with what is necessary for life, health, and growth.
2. To cherish, foster, keep alive.
3. To strengthen, build up, or promote
"I am often asked how I can work with a subject as morbid as trauma without becoming burned out or depressed. My answer to this question is that witnessing the transformation that takes place in people when they master their traumas has proven to be a deeply sustaining and uplifting experience in my life."