Movement Is The Song Of The Body

-Vanda Scarapelli

Build A New Relationship With Your Body

Whether you’re looking for help releasing stress, physical discomfort, poor posture issues, or perhaps hoping to gain techniques to build self-compassion and love for yourself, it all begins the same way.

By making the distinction that we are not working on your body-mind, but instead are working with her. I’ll teach you to draw your awareness inward and help you find your natural inner body wisdom.

When you harness the incredible power of mindfulness and holistic movement, something wonderful happens. You’re able to rebalance, rewire, and recharge your entire system so you can grow beautifully from the inside out.


Hover over or touch the boxes below for a sneak peak into some of the ways I might be able to help you.

Learn to see your body as a whole. Shift external to internal awareness and find a gateway into self-connection.

I work with postnatal moms to help close diastasis recti, improve posture and ergonomics, and re-build their body in a safe manner. I'm also one of very few people in WA trained in Hypopressives to help with prolapse.

Feet and Posture

Your feet are the connection between your body and the ground. They create your entire structure. It starts here.
Physical Discomfort
I am inspired by TMS concepts in releasing physical discomfort while utilizing a variety of holistic methods to achieve the same goal.

Stress Release

You'll learn tools and techniques to bring softness, release, and balance to both mind and body while changing your internal view and gaining self-compassion.

When I walked into Shanyn’s studio a feeling of joy and peace met me. I felt completely comfortable and listened to. Within one session she had my very hard worked body come back to much needed relaxation and alignment.

Shanyn touched my soul with her passion for helping humans move with ease and I for one have been almost flying in my body since I took her ways to heart, body, and mind.
My practice in all areas will benefit hugely.

Karina Christensen