Body-oriented therapy is based in Embodied-Relational Therapy (an approach to relational body psychotherapy) and Somatic Movement Education.

This is for anyone who has a curiosity about working through the body.  It may be particularly suitable if you are seeking a renewed or deeper connection with your body, would like to invite more creativity and spontaneity into your life, or would like to support your creative process.  Working through the body simply means paying more attention to our bodily experience, which I believe is the most direct way to access our process of living and listen to what’s going on for us.

Contact Srik or check his website for more information.