Take the time to get in touch
with your natural rhythms
and gently release blockages
for a reborn feeling.
Movement, nature and playfulness have always been a big part of my life. I was raised in the south of Chile in-between the mountains and the sea. The deep rhythms of such an intense landscape left their marks. I became a professional dancer, a yoga practitioner and teacher. As a result from my practices and experiences related to the body, massage therapy came to me as a natural landing after a long journey.
In 2016 I was introduced to Fasciapulsology, a hands-on therapy that releases the traumatic memory of the body and mind through a gentle touch and the placing of attention within specific layers of the body. This was for me a turning point in my approach to body practices.
l learned reiki during my trip to India in 2017. Soon after that, while visiting a Shipibo community in the Peruvian Amazonia, I joined ceremonies that supported my own healing and spiritual growing. I became a certified massage therapist with Paulo Uribe in Chile, in 2019. Since then, parallel to my dance career, I have been working as a massage and hands-on therapist.
The last couple of years, I have dedicated time to listen to my own as well as other bodies. Giving ground for the natural pulses to be found again. I have been regularly learning about the physiological systems an its correlations and how the art of touch can hold space for the stream forces to find back their impulses, helping to create new patterns in the tissular body.
Currently I am studying a Master of Dance Movement Therapy in Codarts University for the Arts.