Martha Moorehouse is an MBS Practitioner. What’s most important to her as a teacher are the many moments when people discover for themselves how they can make improvements, find and expand their comfort zones, and have new choices in their patterns of moving, thinking, and feeling. They can take this learning out of the session and into their lives… it is theirs to keep.
Her first experience with this method was in learning how to re-organize her own habits of posture and movement after having serious carpal tunnel syndrome from computer use at work.
Physical therapy was not enough. Learning to how to distribute effort more evenly through herself was key to a successful recovery and motivated her to become a practitioner.
Walking, hiking, and running with the whole body is also an interest in her practice. Martha loves to be active outdoors, hiking in beautiful California. Recently, the MBS approach enabled her to return hiking after an injury.
The MBS approach is a natural fit with her expertise in human development and in strategies that enable people to thrive from childhood through the lifespan. She has a Ph.D. from Cornell University in the Ecology of Human Development.
Personal Mentoring (1-hour session) via Zoom and Group classes.
Pain Relief, Stress Relief, Business and coaching.