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Body-oriented therapy

Embrace life with all its challenges

Our bodies are our tools to feel, move, express, and live. They hold information about our daily well-being.


We do not only experience life through thoughts but also our bodies. When we tend to go off course, it is often because we have learned to ignore the signals our bodies give out. It has become clear to me over the years that loving my body and listening to what it says directly improves my quality of life.

In therapy, the body is a vital tool to work with. In the sessions, space will be held for you to welcome whatever arises in the moment.


Unlike conventional 'talking' therapy, the sessions are highly experiential, although we will work with both body and mind. During the sessions, our work will be inspired by Core Energetics, Polyvagal theory, breathwork, and more.

The sessions are intuitive and might include the following:

  • Physical exercises

  • Sharing space

  • Constellation 

  • Self-massage of specific muscles 

  • Breathing exercises 

  • Cathartic experiences

  • Nonverbal vocalizations

  • Journaling

  • Dance

We will start the therapy with an intake session. In this session, we will get to know each other personally and go through an intake form completed by you, followed by a body reading. After we both feel we would like to continue working together, I will ask for a commitment to at least five weekly or fortnightly sessions, after which we will evaluate if this is your path to continue. The commitment is meant as an intention (not a contract), as this is the amount of time needed to notice and evaluate the impact of the therapy.

Where I can help:

  • Addiction

  • Anger issues

  • Anxiety

  • Burnout

  • Communication skills

  • Low self-confidence or self-esteem

  • Masculinity vs. Femininity

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

  • Psychedelic integration

  • Psychological abuse

  • Relational issues

  • Sexual abuse

  • Sexual problems

  • Stress

  • Trauma

  • Work-related issues

If you are interested or would like more information, please contact me by clicking the button below.

Body-oriented therapy: Services
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