Photo by Warren Woo

Photo by Warren Woo

Can you imagine moving without pain? Do you wish you felt more at home in your own body? Want to learn how to avoid injury and recover more easily?

I offer private sessions, group classes, and workshops where you and I can work together to help you understand why you are experiencing discomfort, and discover how you could be moving more easily and comfortably. The Feldenkrais Method® and Craniosacral Therapy are helpful for:

  • Posture and body mechanics

  • Chronic pain

  • Anxiety and trauma

  • Feeling disconnected from your body

...and much more. See a list of the wide variety of conditions and questions I work with.

"Movement is life. Life is a process. Improve the quality of the process and you improve the quality of life itself." – Moshe Feldenkrais


Upcoming Workshop

Get To Know Your Feet: A Feldenkrais® workshop for partner dancers on foot pain.
Saturday, September 21, 2-4 pm
Salsa Con Todo Studio, 211 N 36th Street, Seattle, WA 98103

Join Rachel for a workshop about the common causes of foot pain and how to resolve them. You'll leave with a better understanding of why you specifically experience foot pain and what you can do differently to dance all night or all weekend comfortably. Register here.

Current Awareness Through Movement® Classes

Two Dog Yoga: Weekly on Mondays, 6:00-7:00 pm, January-March, May-July, and September-November. Classes are taught in month-long themed series. Register online or in person for 4 consecutive classes, an 8-class punch card, or drop in when you can. Beginners welcome.

May 6-27: Lower Back Comfort - Relief for sore, overworked backs.
June 3-24: Shoulder Mobility - Ease for your shoulder blades, upper back, and chest.
July 8-29: Hand and Wrist Stability - Improve your yoga that involves hand weight bearing. No class on July 1.

Please see Classes for more details.


Recent Blog Entries


Feldenkrais work is the most sophisticated and effective method I have ever seen for the prevention and reversal of deterioration of function.
— Margaret Mead, Ph.D.
I have been intrigued by this subtle form of retraining the nervous system, which I recommend to patients whose movement has been restricted by injury, cerebral palsy, stroke, fibromyalgia, or chronic pain. I find it to be much more useful than standard physical therapy. I also believe that the Feldenkrais Method can help older people achieve greater range of motion and flexibility, and help all of us feel more comfortable in our bodies.
— Andrew Weil, M.D.