I’m a former medievalist and life-long martial artist/instructor, and intimately familiar with the pains that come both from long hours at a desk and from high-intensity hours at the gym.

I got into this work because I watched the terrible burden on my Grandmother’s emotional health as she went from being able to easily walk down the street to the grocery store, to having trouble getting to the mailbox and back, to having to really work and strain just to make it to the kitchen or the bathroom, and I swore that I was going to find some way of keeping others from having to live that same story.

I have three areas of focus, all of which dove-tail together:
1. Injured athletes (and lifelong klutzes) who want to be more active, but who are constantly coming up against limitations they don’t know how to surmount.
2. Older adults who want to stay self-sufficient and able, so that they can live the life they want to, rather than being a burden on their families.
3. Anyone suffering from stress, anxiety, or PTSD.

Teaching a seminar on Body Mechanics and Fencing

I use the Feldenkrais Method® to help those who strain to achieve their goals, and for those whose goal is simply to live a life that is free from pain, stress, or anxiety.

It’s always easy to say “do more, add more to the pile or else you’re a failure.”

Instead, I focus on helping people discover how to do less, while still achieving their goals. If you’d like to “work easier,” but achieve more, I’m looking forward to meeting you.

My work reaches across the DFW Metroplex, but I am also an instructor at Dallas Feldenkrais along with the fabulous Angela Alston.