My interest in health and healing started at an early age, when I helped my mother to put moxas on her body and saw a little booklet showing meridians and acupuncture points. I decided to go to Acupuncture and Shiatsu college in Japan after graduating from university. I worked as a therapist in Japan for 5 years and moved to London where I encountered Craniosacral therapy. My belief that there should be a more holistic way to understand our health, happiness and healing made me pursue Core Process Psychotherapy. Further, after completing my MA, I decided to learn Rolfing as I felt that Rolfing can help me to integrate the different modalities that I have learned.
I am grateful for all the encounters I have had that lead me to where I am and who I am now. I am passionately curious to understand many aspects of human health and happiness, and keep exploring them through my life experiences.
Education & Trainings
Rolfing Structural Integration, 2014-2015
Rolf Institute, Colorado, USA
MA in Buddhist Psychotherapy, 2006-2012
Certificate in Clinical Year, 2008-2009
Karuna Institute (Middlesex University), England, UK
Diploma in Craniosacral Therapy, 2005-2006
College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy, London, UK
Acupuncture, Moxibution, Massage, Shiatu and Anma, 1997-2000
The Hanada College of Acupuncture, Moxibution and Massage, Tokyo, Japan
BFA in Theatre Art, 1992-1996
Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan