I teach successful executives 
and health professionals 

– who are both analytical and intuitive –

how to solve their pain puzzles.

And when you solve yours, your mind will be clearer and sharper.  
Your body will be mobile and stronger. 
And you will have an entirely different view
of what listening to your body actually means.

I've recorded 4 videos which will give you the background on how I work

If you are ready to dig in and explore your body,
your being and how you can heal, I am ready to help. 

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Transforming modern pain psychology into something more human

Jennifer Ireland,
Medical Doctor

Susi has succeeded in transforming modern pain psychology into something more human. As a kinesiologist, she has deep fluency using movement as a therapeutic tool; however, any practitioner knows that true healing requires more than just the rigid application of a bio-medical model. Susi’s technique uses movement as an “in” to the complex interplay between the physical, psychological and spiritual dimensions of pain. As a doctor with a growing interest in Integrative Medicine, her teachings have been particularly helpful in managing patients suffering from pain and chronic disease.

From Pain to Possibility Podcast 

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About 30 years ago, I was in the throes of chronic pain from athletic injuries. I had tried a lot of things and was limited in what else I could try. I was taught this process and it has hugely benefitted me to this day, so I wanted to share it with you this week.


This week as we discuss the link between hypermobility and mental health, and learn how to take a non-judgmental approach to hypermobility as a yoga practitioner. We talk at length about Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes (EDS), the mind-body connection, and how we, as yoga teachers, can work more effectively with hypermobile students.