Bridget Paule is The Working Body, LLC
Curiosity and the search for joy are my inspiration - what's yours?
I grew up in Anchorage, Alaska, singing and exploring my natural surroundings. As a teenager, I loved backpacking in the mountains and forests and paddling the coastlines of south central Alaska. A child of experiential and outdoor education, I graduated from Prescott College in Arizona, earning a degree in environmental studies, focused on field ecology (and a little rafting and rock climbing). Returning to Alaska, I worked as a field botanist, naturalist, educator and non-profit administrator. I gained experience in a wide variety of movement practices, strength training, outdoor activities, food preservation, construction, mindfulness meditation and step-parenting. I experienced tendonitis, acute knee, ankle and shoulder injuries, and the repetitive strain and poor posture (and mental) habits of office work.
I was introduced to Structural Integration in 2009 when I received my first Ten Series. I immediately loved the work, my body soaking it up, instinctively recognizing a path to healing. What really drew me in, though, was curiosity and wonder at the workings of the human body. A seed of change was planted. In 2020, after concluding a decade-long experiment working in an office, that seed sprouted. I enrolled at The New School of Structural Integration.
Now, as a practitioner, my curiosity has endless fuel as I continue my study of the human body and spirit and our capacity for healing: physically, mentally and emotionally. My joy is seeing clients breathe more deeply, stand taller, gain relief from pain and move more fluidly. I see clients' physical ease translating directly into being and doing more of what they love.
My goal is to help you make the most of life through your own well-working body.
I use hands-on manual therapy to help restructure your posture and move with greater ease.
Let's work together to get you moving toward your inspiration.
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Mark - river guide
“After three sessions with you "chronic" no longer describes my back pain."