You may have found my website because you’re seeking a psychotherapist or a yoga teacher, or because you are trying to better understand how to explore your experience with anxiety, depression, stress, pain, addictions or a history of trauma. I invite you to read on, take your time to digest what you’ve read, and connect if you feel you’d like to explore some more.
The goal of therapy, as I see it, is to safely and empathically explore the layers that obscure or obstruct our self-awareness. I work with adult individuals from a relational, client-centred, sensorimotor approach. This means that together we aim to understand the impact of the past on your present situations and relationships, and to increase your capacity for living a full, healthy life.
To me, yoga is not about how flexible or fit we are, or how much we weigh. Yoga is a tool for self-reflection, a practice of getting to know ourselves. It gives us the opportunity to turn inwards, and in doing so, reveal our patterns and habits. These patterns may include tension due to stress, avoidance due to injury, of pain, of insecurity; the list is as long and as varied as we are human.