Healing in Action

Healing in Action is my practice. I’m combining everything I know from my professional years as a Pilates rehabilitation exercise therapist with my current personal experience of healing trauma to create a somatic based practice. It involves movement, environment, energetic connection, and emotional attunement. This page is a first step into my practice.

Dip your toe into the waters. I focus on bringing ourselves back to our bodies, our environment, and our non-primal minds of learning. This is a huge part of my journey as I suffered greatly from dissociative disorders. To avoid the trappings of trauma I had to live through, I dissociated into parts of my mind to survive. I’ve had to unravel (and still do) many, many layers of disconnection from myself and my world. These resources are few of the many ways I do it.

To dive deeper into healing in action, follow me on Patreon where I share videos on resourcing, safe emotional and sensory expression, embodied exercises, and finding your own intuitive energetic way of reclaiming your body, mind, and innate power.

Check out Therapies to see the different types of modalities of healing.


Enjoy a video I took in Lake Okanagan in British Columbia. The fires created the smoky atmosphere but I managed to get one minute of pure mother nature sounds. No man made sounds. I often listen to this to get some sensory bliss. My nervous system calms down and I feel more connected to myself and my environment.

Pure Mother Nature Sounds – No Man Made Sounds

Witness what the nervous system looks like moving from freeze to fight/flight to flow in my puppy learning how to swim. She moves from fear of potential trauma to discovering swimming with a great teacher who is titrating her experience to make it safe and fun.

Puppy goes from freeze to flow as she learns to swim!

I show what releasing trauma waves look like and how the end point is bringing back in the love. You can see how my nervous system changes from the beginning of the video to the end. I start off more frantic and I end up calm. I discuss why one needs to integrate love to complete the process.

Releasing trauma isn’t the end point, bringing in the love is.