As an integrative women's health chiropractor who has focused my work at the root of the female body for over a decade, my passion has been in the realm of female pelvic health.
Early in my education, I noticed a major lack of quality care for female health within my profession. Shortly after completing my doctor of chiropractic degree, I took a deep dive into the female pelvic bowl by focusing my practice and continuing education on the gentlest and most honoring chiropractic techniques, Holistic Pelvic Care™️, and the effects of trauma, and our culture, on the body.
The primary focus of my practice began with pelvic floor myofascial release as a non-invasive way to help with pelvic musculoskeletal issues many have not considered a hands-on care for like stress incontinence, prolapse, preparing for and healing from pregnancy and birth, scar tissue healing, and enhanced physical and creative fertility.
Over the years, I incorporated more and more work beyond the pelvic floor, integrating the entire myofascial system to support these root issues with deep study of trauma informed somatic practices.
My depth of study and incorporation of natural healing and bodywork practices, trauma resilience, energy medicine, and other esoteric feminine healing arts, has taught me a deep reverence for the female body and feminine energy system.
It has taught me the art of deep listening.
We are too often told that we must simply live with issues such as incontinence, menstrual pain, low back pain, and other pelvic issues, which is simply not true!
Your body is an incredible self-healing organism. Bodywork and self-care are key components in clearing interferences to its natural state of being and optimum expression.
2018 Kairos Training Culture Level 1
2016 Reiki 1, 2 & Master Certificate
2014 Health Coaching - Integrative Women's Health Institute
2011 Holistic Pelvic Care™️
2009 Doctor of Chiropractic - University of Western States
2005 Pre-Med - Portland Community College & Portland State University
2004 Bachelors of Arts in Human Communications - Marylhurst University