Movement Practice

Movement with awareness is one of the most direct and intimate ways to access our body and its healing wisdom. By deeply dropping into our own senses and perceptions, there is an invitation for deeper listening that will allow us to access both our imprint and blueprint in a very experiential way.

In sessions, my focus is to support my clients to connect with the inner and outer space of stillness and connection, so that we can allow the body to speak its life story, as well as guide them into a more natural way of being, where the intuition and innate wisdom anchor as the center of one’s self.

Among various movement modalities I have been practicing for over a decade, I especially continue to explore the following two in my daily life: Body Mind Centering, and Soul Motion.

Body Mind Centering is an integrated approach to transformative experience through movement re-education and hands-on repatterning, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen. It is a highly experiential approach to embody our cellular being as consciousness through exploring bones, muscles, organs, the endocrine system, nervous system, as well as developmental history since the beginning of our life, utilizing movement, touch, voice, and awareness. I am not a certified teacher or practitioner, yet I have been continuing to study and explore this with passion and deep appreciation since 2018.

Soul Motion is a conscious movement practice, developed by Vinn Arjuna Marti. The practice offers deep exploration in our relational fields—both within ourselves as well as the relationships with others— through movement and stillness. By utilizing the awareness, pausing, open creativity, and heart of inclusiveness, it guides us into the experiential inquiry in how to be authentic with ourselves while being connected with others in the spirit of appreciation. I was certified as a teacher in 2011.