ANITA ACEVEDO, LCSW
Trained as a Licensed Clinical SocialWorker since 1994, a CertifiedRolfer since 1999, a clinical hypnotherapyclinician since 1998, and as a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist since 2000, my life’s work has focused on understanding the roots of suffering through treating the health of a person while looking realistically at the issues that are impairing the expression of health.
JENNIFER LEE, Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner
Offices in Albany, California
Jennifer Lee completed her original Feldenkrais training in Berkeley California in 1997. Her dedication to her own healing led her to undertake a second Feldenkrais training in The Netherlands with Mia Segal, the first student and assistant to Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, which she completed in March 2003.
Her experience of a serious injury led her to the Feldenkrais Method, and informs her understanding of the processes involved in recovering wholeness. In her pursuit of healing by way of learning, Jennifer pursued a wide variety of studies and practices including Ericksonian Hypnotherapy, the Rosen Method, Huma Somatic Psythotherapy, Arnold Mindel’s Process Work, Geomancy, Bio-Geometry, and Tibetan Medicine.
SANDRA WOOTEN, MA, CMP
Senior Teacher of Body-Based Therapies and Hypnosis for MHEIBA
Founding president of The Rosen Institute and director of teaching for Rosen Method Center Southwest. Sandra is associated with MHEIBA in providing body-based trainings. She is the director of InBody Somatic Education, a seminar program teaching bodybased information and self-awareness skills to those licensed in the healing/helping professions, such as psychotherapists, psychologists, certified body workers, nurses, physicians, teachers and clergy, for the purpose of enhancing the professional/client relationship.
Sandra is a founding member of MHEIBA and has maintained a private practice in Rosen Method bodywork for 30 years. Her office is in Orinda CA, and she travels to teach training programs in Salt Lake City, Utah, Santa Fe, New Mexico and internationally.
She is the author of Touching the Body: Reaching the Soul, which is available online.
REGINA WELLS, CMP Rosen Movement and Bodywork
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Regina Wells is a singer/healing arts professional,a Kaiser OMC CDRP Activity Therapist, and has more than 20 years dedication to personal growth and the healing arts. She holds a B.A. in Physical Education, is a Certified Massage Therapist and a Reiki I practitioner,and a member of the Rosen Method Professional Association. Regina, a gifted singer and performer, is exploring her interest in how sound and touch come together as a powerful tool of spiritual, emotional and physical transformation.
“I am here with an open hand and an open heart creating with you a space where breath transforms holding back to living freely.”Regina Wells