Myra and Kerstina also offer multiple hands sessions for all ages. These are sessions with more than one practitioner. This can be helpful in addressing general tension, emotional related tension or trauma Multiple hands can also be helpful in developmental and/or neurological issues in both children and adults, possibly helping them find their own neuromuscular pathways more easily. Myra and Kerstina try to engage and connect the nerve pathways through hands on support and increased body awareness. They have each been trained in specific Osteopathic work with the brain and nervous system, as well as all other body systems. In addition, they both seek to support balanced tone, ease and flow of circulation, and psychophysical awareness and integration in their work individually and together.
In her individual work, Myra seeks to support greater ease and flow and to call on the potential internal and external
resources available within each person and their situation. Anatomical awareness and relationships are woven into the sessions
to further enhance such resourcing. Whenever possible, curiosity, humour and joyful experiences, are sought as a helpful balance to stress and tension. Self help tools and exercises are offered in most sessions so that people can take something with them and feel supported by in their daily life.
Myra works both individually and together with Kerstina Tresselt (www.KerstinaTresselt.com) inoffering developmental movement, bodywork, and Osteopathy with both normal developing
and special needs infants, babies, and children, as well as, support for parents and/or other caregivers. Kerstina is a heilpraktikerin/health practitioner with a Masters Degree in Pedagogy and has a gift for working with children of all ages and their parents and caregivers. We both have over 30 years of training and experience in working children and families, and we offer training in this specialization.
Myra offers individual sessions and supervision, classes, workshops, and trainings from beginning to advanced levels of study in psychophysical integration,
meditation, improvisational movement and sounding, embodied anatomy, and somatic and developmental movement based on principles from Body-Mind Centering® and Continuum Movement®.