You may have found my page 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.
Over the years practicing as a therapist and as a yoga teacher, I have marvelled at the degree to which the body plays a role in the challenges that bring people to therapy; and at the mental and emotional challenges that present themselves on the yoga mat. For me, there is a natural convergence of both practices because we all carry our pasts – our stories – with us; in how we think, how we feel, and how we carry ourselves through the world.
I practice psychotherapy and yoga independently of one another, but my awareness, knowledge and experience of both naturally inform each other.
As a psychotherapist and as a yoga teacher, I listen to your stories. I’m empathic, and I invite you to be curious and compassionate about your own patterns, experiences and sensations. I see both therapy and yoga as tools towards greater self-awareness. Together we will safely explore the impact of the past on your sense of self in order to increase your capacity for a fuller spectrum of emotion, thought and movement; for you to move towards a richer, more balanced way of being in the world.