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A somatic approach to therapy

The way I offer bodywork is like an in-depth conversation with all of what you are. I meet you with the believe and trust that you are the expert of your own life and your body has wisdom beyond what you can tell me by words.


By listening and communicating with touch and words, we learn together to understand the habits and patterns that characterise your unique life, dreams and challanges. We explore your body and acknowledge the strength, power and the patterns of holding that might be longing to change. Bodywork is a gentle and empowering way to transformations and personal development.  


Verbal communication is just as important as touch and we spend the first part of a session by talking. Here we get to know each other and we take the first steps to connect your inner voice of strength and challenges with the direction you want to go.


This holistic approach to bodywork believes that we all have an inner ability to change what no longer benefits our lives. Sometimes we need help to access some parts of our system that protects us from changing. 


Some reasons to try Bodywork

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Feeling isolated or alone

  • Pain in the body

  • Chronic health condition

  • Grief  - someone is gone or grief from the past that has not been processed

  • Feeling disconnected to the body

  • The body feels like a scary place to be

  • Sleeping problems

  • Experiencing fatigue 

  • Low self esteem

  • Stress activates easily

  • Feeling stuck

  • Other people are overwhelming

  • Pleasing other people

  • Easily emotionally triggered

  • Family issues - chosen or blood family

  • Boundaries are difficult to set

  • Difficulties to be in stable relationships

  • Living with trauma

  • Gender related topics

  • Sexuality related topics

  • Cognitive talk therapy and/or medication has not helped you

  • And many more


What does a session look like

The first session will typically be a session where we get to know each other and for you to get familiar with the practice. I will ask questions about your topics and about your history.

Together we define intentions for the process.

We will most likely already do bodywork and slowly start a new path of relating with your body while processing thoughts and emotions.

A session can be hands-on or hands-of. Bodywork can look in many different ways and we will talk about this in the first session.

The first session is a time for both of us to assess if we will go on working together. The therapeutic relationship is as important as the methodology. 



Price per session is 80€

First session is 90 min

Regular sessions are 75 min  

Online Bodywork


It might sound weird to do bodywork sessions online, but it really works for many.

If you are not living in Berlin or you are planning travels in the time of a longer process, you are still very welcome to get in contact.  

Price per online session is 70€

Sessions are 60 min

More about the background of my Bodywork approach

My trainings are based on a holistic approach to healing the psychological, spiritual, and physical. They encompasses a wide range of methodologies – from holistic, humanistic, and somatic psychology to contemplative and eastern healing practices. They also draws from a number of traditions that span thousands of years, from the earliest Vedic practices of ancient India to present day scientific research. 

This approach recognizes that our thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and attitudes can affect our biological functioning.  Just as what we eat, our posture, the way we move, our relationships with other people and the environment impact our mental state.  This is to say that every aspect of our life is in connection with one another. 

The intention of my work is to support the processes of healing and transformation while working with every aspect of an individual- psychologically, psychically, spiritually, energetically, socially, and environmentally. This approach recognises the interwoven connection between these aspects of an individual and works in an integrative capacity to enhance vitality and well-being.  

My approach to bodywork draws on:

Somatic / Embodied Psychology,

Contemplative Therapy,


Transpersonal / Eastern Psychology,

Internal Family System (parts work),

Somatic Experiencing (Trauma Therapy),

Somatic Stress Release,

Humanistic and Strength Based Therapy,

Gestalt Therapy,

Social Activism,

Focusing Technique,

MindBody Medicine,

Body-Mind Centering,

The Realization Processes and more.



The teachers I am learning from are great role models and inspirations of mine and I will highly recommend these teachers to anyone who might be interested to learn more about a holistic approach to healing.


Dr. Scott Lyons (DO, PhD, MS, MFA, CHT, BMCP/T, RSMT, SME, BMCP, IDME, SEP, CST, BFA, RYT-500) is a Clinical Psychologist, Osteopath, and MindBody Medicine practitioner who specializes in therapies for infants, youth, and adults.  Additionally, Dr. Lyons holds a BFA in Theater/Psychology, and an MFA in Dance/Choreography. Scott is the co-creator of Embodied Flow™ - a school of yoga and therapy, and developer of Somatic Stress Release™ - a process of restoring our biological adaptation system. 


Dr. Christine Caldwell, Ph.D., BC-DMT, LPC, NCC, ACS, is the founder of and professor emeritus in the Somatic Counseling Program at Naropa University in Boulder, CO, USA, where she taught coursework in somatic counseling theory and skills, clinical neuroscience, research, and diversity issues. 


Dr. Rae Johnson, Ph.D., RSMT, is a scholar/activist and registered somatic movement therapist who chairs the Somatic Studies in Depth Psychology doctoral program at Pacifica Graduate Institute.


Dr. Albert Wong is a professor of somatic psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies and a leading clinician and educator in the field of somatics.  


Dr. Maureen Gallagher is a Licensed Psychologist (NY, NJ), Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and Faculty Member, Inner Relationship Focusing Trainer, Emotionally Focused Therapist and Supervisor and a Relational Psychoanalyst. 


Dr. Joe Loizzo, MD, PhD, is a Harvard-trained psychiatrist and Columbia-trained Buddhist scholar with over forty years’ experience studying the beneficial effects of contemplative practices on healing, learning and development.

Moustafa Abdelrahman, is a Registered Psychotherapist, a Meditation Teacher and an MBA and with over 18 years of corporate experience working with Fortune 100 companies worldwide.


Dr. Jay Earley, Ph.D., is a transformational psychologist, psychotherapist, group leader, author, teacher, and theorist. Jay teaches classes on Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) for the general public and trains IFS therapists. He also leads Interactive/IFS groups.


Deej Juventin (CSSE; MA) is a leader in the fields of somatic education and embodied therapies, experience in adult education. He supports the development of somatic therapies internationally through professional trainings for embodied counsellors and somatic sex educators, and providing professional supervision for therapists who work somatically.

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