Breathe Move Recover
Neuroscience meets Yoga Therapy
A native Jersey girl, Casey grew up in a little beach town dancing, riding horses and surfing. Casey holds a B.A. in Biology/Neuroscience and is a Certified Yoga Therapist. She worked as a neuroscience research assistant at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, while pursuing a career in dancing, modeling and acting.
Venturing on to Los Angeles, she has combined her love for movement, neurophysiology, nutrition and yoga into a private practice. Breathe. Move. Recover. will help others discover how to bring themselves back to balance with nature and create a sustainable lifestyle to be the most authentic, empowered self.
A lifetime mover and groover paired with a never ending curiosity for learning and increasing the quality of life. Whether it be under the microscope and applying those observations with the macro world with which we live or experiencing the daily adventures of life, I have dedicated my life to helping others find their inner superhero aligned with the quantum field.
As a professional dancer I learned early on, Injuries are one of the greatest teachers in diving deep into the inner workings of the body mind and soul and you don't always need prescriptions and surgeries. I suffered a concussion and whiplash while dancing in 2009 that left me looking at possibly never dancing again. The Neurologist told me to make it better I should just "stop dancing" and gave me some pills. I cried, walked out of the office and threw away the prescription. That was NOT an option. Never let anyone steal your passion. I found a dedicated practice to manual therapies and nutrition that helped heal my brain, neck and crushed heart. My opinion on Western Medicine had changed and I began diving into more holistic approaches by looking at the science and ancient wisdom practices. This continues to inspire me today as my endless curiosity and ability to learn and adapt greatly benefits my clients and their ability to heal from dis-ease.
Educational, Uplifting and Supportive
I did not choose to become a healer, it fell naturally to me and I have continued to follow down that path. My ability to be incredibly in tune with my own body and self has been the largest education how to translate that into being able to hold a mirror for others to see how they too can heal themselves with tools from a blend of ancient traditions and Western medicine.