I am a Rehabilitative Movement Specialist focused primarily on Anatomy in Motion (AiM).
I first took Gary Ward’s total immersion course in California in 2014 and immediately told Gary he’d see me back in his course every year. AiM was both a quantum leap and a continuation in my professional development. A 25 year career track that started with Pilates, followed by decades of studying osteopathic techniques, found me already obsessed with joint mechanics prior to discovering AiM. The comprehensiveness of the Flow Motion Model and the accompanying thought process brought my understanding of joint relationships to a whole new level, and literally revolutionized the results my clients were experiencing. I have both a private practice with clients based all over the world, ranging from internationally ranked athletes to sweet little old grandmothers (like me), as well as a series of movement-based self-care workshops I have taught all over the US. In addition to using AiM with all of my clients, I used it to very successfully rehabilitate myself from a Total Knee Replacement and am once again able to backpack and backcountry ski, two of my passions. I remember all too well feeling overwhelmed by the quantity and depth of information presented in Gary Ward’s courses, and have thoroughly enjoyed mentoring many people within the AiM community to help them through that phase.
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