Before becoming a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist, I explored a wide range of therapeutic modalities and approaches to health. From Sweat Lodges and Holotropic Breathwork on the West Coast of Ireland, to Shamanic journeying in the Amazon rainforest, it was my curiosity for digging inward that eventually lead me to this work.
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy takes us gently to the places within us where we least want to go, I believe it’s in these deepest recesses of our being that our ultimate potential can be found.
When we begin to listen to what our body is communicating, to regard symptoms as valuable information and to simply be present with whatever is arising without judgment or the need to change or fix things, healing can occur. My deepest intention with this work, rather than pushing a particular agenda on you, is to facilitate and accompany you on your unique journey to health.
Training comprised three years at the Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust in London under Michael Kern (author of ‘Wisdom in the Body’) and included a year of Anatomy and Physiology. I am fully accredited with the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America and bound by their code of practice. I have a degree in Applied Languages (French & German) and a Postgrad in Consciousness and Transpersonal Psychology.
I grew up the stunningly beautiful West Coast of Ireland where a love of nature and an appreciation of its intimate connection to health were intrinsic to life. Working in my mother’s organic restaurant instilled a love of food which remains central to me. In my spare time I can be found pottering in my kitchen, at my local yoga studio, thrift shopping or in my garage making art from found objects.
I moved to the States in 2014 with my husband and our two children and live in Central Massachusetts.