Personal support for your becoming.

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy - Trauma Resolution - Polarity Therapy - Structural Integration - Working with Babies & Families

Private sessions are tailored to meet the goals and intentions of each client. I utilize Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Trauma Resolution, Polarity Therapy and Structural Integration to create somatic treatment protocols that help clients find relief from chronic and acute pain, resolve event and developmental trauma, navigate binds in psycho-emotional life and become empowered to access their innate capacity for healing and transformation.

My work ranges from short-term "fix-it" work to alleviate acute physical and emotional pain to long-term holistic process work aimed at deeper levels of transformation. I generally blend modalities as things emerge, but also work with a single modality - if that is of interest to the client.

Since becoming a mother, serving women, babies and families through the pregnancy and post-partum stages has become very important to me. As a result, I offer special discounted rates for moms, babies and families and in certain cases, I will make house calls. The support I received from during this period of transformation and growth was invaluable, and I know first hand how support can transform the whole process. In my work with babies and families, I utilize my father, John Chitty’s method, outlined in his book, “Working with Babies,” which blends Craniosacral Therapy, Polarity Therapy and Trauma Resolution. Learn more about these sessions here.

I also offer Structural Integration ten-series work, which aims at holistic structural transformation through an ordered process designed by Ida Rolf. To learn more about the ten series, click here.


*Single session: $95
Sliding scale rate for pregnant women, babies and new families: $60-80

*Sessions are scheduled on a 75-minute basis at my office in Gunbarrel.


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Anyone can find the disease, it is the true job of the practitioner to find the health.
— Andrew Taylor Still