I’m a life-long, dedicated movement enthusiast. I’m an avid hiker, cyclist, runner, dancer, and Ashtanga yoga practitioner. Inspired to learn more about the body and movement, I completed the massage therapy program at the Florida School of Massage (http://floridaschoolofmassage.com) in early 2016 to become a licensed massage therapist (LMBT, NC License #15593).
While studying massage, I was especially intrigued with the myofascial massage methods which are rooted in Ida Rolf’s system of structural integration. I received the 10 structural integration massage therapy sessions while in massage school and was amazed at the change. Aches and pains in my body were minimal and in their place was a much greater sense of ease.
Inspired by the significant change I experienced, I committed to studying structural integration, first with Maura Brady at the Florida School of Massage. After her passing, I completed the full structural integration course through Tom Myers’ masterful continuing education program at Anatomy Trains (anatomytrains.com). I’m a board certified structural integrator (https://www.theiasi.net/about-cbsi).