I spent the earlier years of my life as a visual artist exploring the similarities and
eccentricities of the edges of structure in all forms of life and matter. (I found myself fascinated by
the structure of a bee wing and how it held the same architecture as the structural frame of a
leaf or petal). I later became a dancer exploring the same edges of structure in the context
of movement, and became interested in physics as a way to explore the dynamic matrix
of the body. This led me in the direction of physical medicine as a way to correct and enhance
the efficiency of that matrix.
I received a Masters in Physical Therapy from Samuel Merritt University in 1998, certification in Pilates apparatus and floorwork with the Physical Mind
institute in 2003, and in functional manual therapy from the Institute of Physical Art in 2008.
Currently, I am studying visceral, vascular, and neuromeningeal mobilization from the Barral Institute
I view the body in many dimensions in order to identify the layer that is not moving
efficiently. I approach each individual with the intention of sensing which dimension
needs help in their individual structure. Most of what I do comes from an understanding of
the physics of the body. There is a focus on the basic structural physics and coordination
along with the quantum elements of being a living structure. Forever curious, I am continuing to pursue
education and understanding in all planes of science and medicine.