I found a practice called Yoga Therapy through my own search for healing. I was deep into the world of endurance sports when I was in an accident that left me broken and required extensive rehabilitation. As I began the recovery process I sought help from many different providers, and in general felt very frustrated by the care I received. My treatment felt impersonal and generic; more importantly, it completely disregarded my personal experience and goals. When I met and began to work with Annie Adamson (the founder of Holistic Yoga Therapeutics™) I immediately felt the difference. She saw and spoke to ME, my experience and my body. She worked with my injuries, taking into account my emotional and mental connection to them as well as how they impacted the entirety of my body. Through that profound experience and my passion for health and movement I decided to pursue a career in Rehabilitative Movement Therapy in order to offer others the care I had been given.
My studies in the world of yoga spurred in me a deep interest in the human body and a desire to continue learning. Since becoming a Yoga Therapist I have had amazing opportunities to further my learning and understanding of human movement by training in and certifying in MovNat, BIRTHFIT, DNS and working towards a masters degree in Kinesiology.
I believe in a holistic approach to nutrition and movement, that addresses each person’s bio-individuality. Every one of us is unique, and because of this I work with each client to discover what works best for them and fits in with their lifestyle and goals.
It is my mission to give my clients the information and guidance they need to make educated decisions about their own health and their futures; to guide them in gaining a deeper understanding of themselves with both an internal and external approach. When we have knowledge, tools and support, our ability to effect change can be exponential as well as lasting.