craniosacral therapy

rehabilitative movement

Being in pain is exhausting. 

You've tried All The Things to resolve it, but nothing has worked- or it keeps coming back with a vengeance. You're an active person but the chronic creaks and squeaks are keeping from you hiking, running, or playing with your kids, or simply having the energy for everyday tasks.

If you’ve been told:

I assure you that:

There are no such things as bad joints.

There are movement patterns that result in joint pain and other factors such as bone density - but your joints themselves are not bad.

Movement is life.

Unless your activity of choice is being a live-action crash test dummy, it’s unlikely that giving something up completely is the answer. In fact, limiting your movement can do more harm than good in the long run.

There is no single method, modality, or technique that will “fix it.” 

I believe we find answers in curiosity, not dogma. Our best teacher is our own movement and sometimes we just need a little guidance to listen to it. That’s why I continue to learn from a wide variety of resources and put the most effective bits into a tasty little movement cocktail for my client's individual needs. As my dear Auntie L says: “take the best and leave the rest.” Cheers to that!

Hi! I'm Erin.

I’m a CranioSacral Therapist and personal trainer who helps people get stronger, restore the connection with their bodies, and move with less pain.  I've been teaching movement through a variety of somatic modalities for over 16 years and specialize in foot function, chronic pain, acute injuries, and emotional release.

How I can help:

"Erin has been a wonderful relief from horrible doctor visits. She learns how your body moves and flows naturally and what your daily routine is to offer you lifelong skills on how to stand, bend, move, and flow throughout your day. She uses minimal tools you already have around your house to practice moving. standing, sitting, and stretching. Her subtle techniques feel natural to the body and over time you start moving using the techniques without even thinking about it. Your body realizes the new way you are moving feels better and you start doing it on your own.

Erin is a very caring, mindful, judgement-free individual who is passionate about her work and helping other feel good in their bodies.  10 out of 10 would recommend!"

-Brody, Portland OR

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