All Somatic Therapists listed have demonstrated competency in Transformative Touch at the time of their certification and have maintained their certification with Continuing Education courses.
As Somatic Therapists, our intent is to help clients move into wholeness and well-being – Body, mind, heart, and soul. These are all aspects of the Self that are inseparably interwoven and are addressed at all levels. Each level represents an expansion and deepening of skills. All practitioners will help you experience your body as a wise resource and guide for your life.
Note: Therapists are listed alphabetically by state
Brittiney George is a Movement Practitioner and Somatic Therapist specializing in Transformative Touch and is honored to be a faculty member of The Somatic Therapy Center.
Her specialty is helping people find their ground when they feel thrown by life. This can be due to trauma (physical, emotional, or relational) or by a life event that requires them to learn to move differently (i.e. new job, new baby, or a new relationship).
Brittiney is passionate about supporting women and working with:
• highly sensitive individuals
• the hidden artist that never got to express themselves fully
• the person that feels paralyzed to move or stuck in a pattern of movement
and repetitive life choices that they are ready to change
• the open-minded open-hearted individual looking to deepen their
understandings of themselves.
She co-leads a monthly workshop series called Connection, Expression and Movement and a HSP Leadership Community Circle, as well as teaches Infant Massage Education, Baby Sign Language® Classes and gentle, exploratory movement classes at The Resiliency Center in Flourtown, PA.
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