Maya isn’t only a body worker; she’s an educator. She taught me about my individual patterns and body blind spots during our sessions. My increased self-awareness has helped me live and move better in my body.    -Jennie


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Caitlin Casella Photography

I have been fascinated by the innate intelligence and beautiful complexity of the human body since I started teaching yoga in 2007. Very quickly, I found myself drawn to students dealing with chronic back pain, tendonitis, joint instability, and a variety of other injuries that were ultimately causing them discomfort and limiting their activities. I began to look into modalities of bodywork that would further my ability to help people heal their bodies.

I received my Certification from the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration in Boulder, Colorado.  I have also trained in Source point Therapy and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. As part of my continuing studies, I attended a 6 day cadaver dissection lab with Gil Hedley in 2012 and continue to study anatomy and physiology. I worked in Brooklyn, NY and have recently relocated to San Clemente, CA.

I love what I do. To me, Rolfing and yoga are similar in process. Both modalities peel away layers of stress, chronic tension, and other maladaptive patterns to reveal a body that is lighter, so that we can all be more connected to our bodies and healthier in our lives.