Embody the skin you're in. moving, sensing, feeling, being
What is it like to be you right now, in this moment? We spend so much energy trying to be different or change our future selves. Instead, try exploring who you already are.
I see myself as a resource to aid your process, as opposed to someone who can "fix" or "heal" you.
My approach to embodied movement coaching combines evidence based somatics, creative practices, functional fitness, sensory explorations, more. That means, time together can involve things like moving in different ways, playing games, talking, exploring, and learning together.
Interested in working together? Let's collaborate!
The first step is an initial, 30 minute conversation. We'll talk about you and what you hope to get out of our time together. If it seems like a good fit, we'll get started! If not, I can help you find clarity around your next step or connect you with the right person.
This experience opened me up to what I can do and what I want and need to do to have the health I want for the rest of my life. I am impressed with the amount of personal attention everyone gets.
Now I sleep better, have no back pain, and feel better and stronger all the time. This has brought balance and focus back to my life. Also, my toes are now easier to reach, and I can do it pain free!
– Darci Budlong
It’s so nice being with like-minded folks who are all about staying fit—or getting there—in a fun environment. I love being watched for my form, but it’s not overt—and the corrections are gentle and supportive. It’s so nice to work out with a trainer who is so passionate and caring.
When I started training, I was recovering from knee surgery. I received all the attention and care I needed, and always got directed to the right exercise or modification as I got stronger.
My biggest fear was boredom, but the sessions are NEVER boring, and workouts always go so fast! I really appreciate that I can have fun working out and still trust that someone is looking out for me and always being serious about my form, involvement, and outcomes.
– Erin Couch
"Working with Beck, I realized the profound sense of belonging and safety I experienced working on my body, something very personal and vulnerable to me as a trans person, with a teacher who was also trans. My movement practice has provided me with mental clarity, boosted confidence, increased energy for my work day, and has helped me learn that i am capable, I am strong, and I can navigate environments and situations I didn't previously know I could."
"This is the first movement space I've ever been to that I've been comfortable in. I can't say enough good things about Beck! They are an amazing teacher. As a queer/trans person, it was awesome to be with folks that look like me."
@transembodimentproject is my practice portfolio. Ideas, images, and offerings from my own experience as a teacher, artist, and movement practitioner. Many of the images and videos are in collaboration with Cai Indermaur. Why transembodiment? The term “embodiment” gets thrown around a lot in the movement world, often as a perceived destination, or a goal. In some circles, it’s almost synonymous with enlightenment. To me, it’s not that cut and dry.I believe that we are always embodied, in that, embodiment is…Read More >