This approach is different. 

 

You will experience deep changes when you understand the how and why. This starts with understanding your embodied experience of the world. By organizing your experience of gravity, light, sound, and pressure, you can restore yourself in ways you hadn't known were possible.

We'll forge a path to resolve your issue while you develop embodiment skills along the way. You will learn to self-learn, to improve daily experience of your body, to move towards a new normal.

This process is subtle and powerful.

The principles of osteopathic manual bodywork, somatic movement, and embodied perception guide this work:

  1. The body is a unified whole and perceived from within.

  2. Perception and orientation are the primary organizers of movement. 

  3. Structure and function are reciprocally interrelated.

  4. Stress reduction and self-care are rooted in practical and embodied self-observation.

  5. The body is capable of self-regulation, self-healing, and health maintenance.

  6. Embodied health is the cornerstone of mental health.

 

 
Attention to detail matters. Not one of my prior craniosacral therapists in the past can compare with the expertise and intuition of Sue Choi. With her, there is no ‘paint-by-number’ approach; she pays attention to the individual and responds accordingly. Worth the hour drive for me to reach her.
— BB age 68