Amy is a Certified Structural Integration Practitioner, Somatic Experiencing Trauma Therapist®, and a graduate student at the Canadian College of Osteopathy. As a trauma therapist, yoga teacher, consultant and mentor, Amy’s passion and commitment to deep healing guide her work.
An internationally recognized somatic practitioner, Amy brings her knowledge of anatomy, physiology and function of the body, and of and relational dynamics to help clients improve their physical well being and health. With over 10 years of clinical practice, Amy provides a unique blend of clinical care for people healing from traumatic concussion, accidents, anxiety, back and neck pain, post-traumatic stress disorder, headaches, panic attacks and chronic pain. She uses a diverse array of traditional and complementary healing practices, integrating her understanding of the relationship between an individual’s emotional challenges, and traumatic history. In a session a client may expect to talk, use body awareness and relaxation, trauma renegotiation, interventions, movement and exercise to help their personal healing process.
As an Osteopathic Student, Amy is trained in a number of manual techniques including craniosacral manipulation, visceral manipulation, myofascial release, joint mobilization and muscle energy technique. She uses exercise, movement education, relaxation, ergonomic education blending them with aspects of several somatic approaches.