NC LMBT #16083
Pacific Center for Awareness and Bodywork
525 Hours | June 2016
Milne Institute Visionary Craniosacral Work
C1, C2, C3, Brain Class | 2016 - Present
Freelance Journalist/ Managing Editor/ Marketing Manager
Stanford University Press & University of California Press, Hoover Institution
I became enamored with all things French after reading an article in GQ written by a woman. I was thirteen when the writer wrote of her summer in the south of France with her boyfriend. Together they traveled by foot from one town to the next. She and her beau fell asleep underneath a tree after eating cheese and drinking wine; I was forever besotted with that scene.
The simple yet beautiful experience shaped my idea of rest. “Dimanche” is Sunday in French and I have named my practice after my favorite day of the week, filled with memories of its slower pace and the anticipation of the brunch du jour.
I graduated from massage school in Kauai and through extensive training in both connective tissue and psychosomatic counseling, I am able to address and hold space for clients when encountering physically and emotionally sensitive areas. My specialized training allows me to focus and respond intently to your body's needs —slower in tight areas, fluid movements in more supple surfaces, and applying held pressure where needed. Together, we will discover and establish bodywork treatments for chronic pain, injuries or post-surgical symptoms.
Massage is my medium in which I hope to provide you a time to slow down, bring awareness to what is being felt, and listen to what your body has to say.