Nadine offers her services in Toronto and the GTA area and specializes in holistic health, integrating craniosacral therapy, somatic work and existential psychotherapy. She has over 25 years experience working with people. With an MA in Dance, she was a faculty member in the Dance Department at York University in Toronto and created and taught Experiential Anatomy at Ryerson University’s Theatre School.
Nadine was core faculty for the LIMS Certification in Movement Analysis program hosted by York University in 2003 and is a core faculty member of the Laban/Bartenieff & Somatic Studies Canada program.
Nadine continued advanced studies as a CMA in the area of chronic pain focusing on treatment protocols, gait analysis, and myofascial tissue release with Dr. Dianne Woodruff.
A Certified CranioSacral Therapist, Nadine has completed 6 levels of training with the Upledger Institute and continues to work with the organization as a Certified Teaching Assistant in Toronto.
Nadine holds a Diploma in Existential-Integrative Psychotherapy which is incorporating her work as a somatic practitioner to holistically facilitate the health of her clients.
Nadine is a Registered Psychotherapist (#001972) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.
“I was born dancing. Moving was a way of knowing.
By unlocking and releasing what we hold in our life patterns, we can experience freedom from all forms of pain. I learned that being what I am meant to be is the key to having energy, enthusiasm and satisfaction for living in a world often filled with conflict. Aligning ourselves with our inner purpose, we can express what is creatively possible and make a difference in the world.
It is my honour to help clients discover their life patterns. Holding a safe and sacred space, I help awaken inner resources and wisdom to holistically help people move through their pain to find their dance of life and follow their own soul’s calling.”