Simone Lindner has been a bodyworker since 1990. She specializes in the 12 session series of the Anatomytrains SI program. She is an advanced KMI practitioner and a senior teacher of Tom Myers Anatomytrains. When Simone works she draws from her knowledge of anatomy, functional movement and biomechanics ,her love for people and all living beings.
She creates a specific assessment for the client in every session under the umbrella of the Rolfing recipe, the Myer's AT model and her 28 years of experience working in the field.
Her intention is to evoke and awake the healing capacity which every person has as their birthright. She likes to change the world one person at a time and become a catalyst for each person she works with so they can connect to their highest potential in their lifetime.
Beatriz Soter began her journey as a bodyworker in 1995 when she started studying physical therapy. After graduating as a PT she started studying osteopathy in Rio de Janeiro, earning her D.O. from IBO (Instituto Brasileiro de Osteopatia). In 2003 she got certified in RPG (Reprogramacao Postural Global - a french type of bodywork developed by Philippe Souchard). After translating an Anatomy Trains workshop taught by Simone Lindner, she feel in love with the work and decided to get certified in KMI. Since 2014, she has been under Simone's mentorship and also assisting her workshops. She offers an unique view to bodywork due to her diverse background and her passion for helping people to heal.
Brandon McGregor is a Board Certified Structural Integrator (BCSI), having graduated from the Anatomy Trains Structural Integration program, and a member of the International Association of Structural Integrators (IASI).After leaving the world of finance, seeking to rediscover a movement practice and counter these new-found limitations of the body, Brandon turned to Ashtanga yoga, ultimately leading him to a 200-Hour certification through Ananda Ashram in Monroe, New York. In a further quest to reach a more fully functioning self, he then explored chiropractic manipulation, acupuncture, and other types of Eastern medicine, finally leading to the discovery of Structural Integration. Brandon received the 12-Series from Simone Lindner, an ATSI practitioner, and realized greater proprioception and awareness, exhibited an improved range of motion, and felt true embodiment for the first time in many years. This experience was the motivation for Brandon to pursue a career in Structural Integration. First earning an Associates Degree in Massage Therapy (LMT) from the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in New York City, he then studied with Tom Myers at the Anatomy Trains Structural Integration school in Walpole, Maine.Through this 6 year journey of movement and manual therapy, it has become Brandon's commitment to share this practice, and all of its benefits, with as many people as possible.