I advocate for mental health, by sharing an empowering perspective. Instead of seeing simply with their mental diagnosis, we see them as a consequence of past events and that symptoms are often a way of/ or a consequence of dealing with these events.
Through embodiment, we can heal ourselves through our body, by reconnecting to our body and ourselves (body awareness and self-awareness), regulate difficult emotions, and develop meaningful relationships.
I hope for more people to know and embrace movement as a way of healing, for people to come home into their bodies. I hope for us to start talking about mental health differently and be able to see each other human-human and relate as so. I hope for all of us to be simply ourselves, and nobody else.