Move, Feel, Create, Explore Movement practices are more than exercise.

We spend so much energy trying to be different or change our future selves. Why not create a practice for yourself that meets you exactly where you are, in this moment? No fitness obligations (unless that's something you enjoy), let go of aesthetic goals, and focus instead on moving your body and being in the world as you are.

My approach to movement coaching combines evidence based somatics, nature and forest therapy principles, creative practices, functional fitness, sensory explorations, anti-oppression practices, and more. That means, time together can involve things like moving in different ways, playing games, talking, exploring, and learning together. You are in charge of your own journey, I'm just hear to guide you. I see myself as a resource to aid your process and be with you, as opposed to someone who can "fix" or "heal" you. 

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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.

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