Kalyani Gilliam – Acupuncturist • Somatic Educator • MFT

//Kalyani Gilliam – Acupuncturist • Somatic Educator • MFT
Kalyani Gilliam – Acupuncturist • Somatic Educator • MFT 2017-01-12T15:30:49+00:00
Kalyani Gilliam. Please call our office on (831) 372-7100L.Ac. • Rolfing®/Rolf Movement • Feldenkrais® • Bones for Life®
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  • Licensed Acupuncturist
  • Somatic Education
    • Rolfing®/Feldenkrais®
    • Pilates MAT
    • Bones for Life®
  • MFT – Morphogenic Field Testing

The key to well-being is Balance. In all things.
Kalyani’s  30-year alternative health practice focuses on supporting your body’s ability to recreate wellness and balance by addressing various foundational needs.
What aspect of your wellness is ready to improve?

  • Structural: Rolfing®: Creates optimal body alignment wherein gravity becomes your powerful ally.
  • Functional: Feldenkrais®: Movement Integration: Let your innate movement intelligence be your personal guide to positive, pain-free living. You’ll become aware of how you create your own pain and then how to do something better!
  • Energetic: Acupuncture: Facilitates appropriate flow of body energy for self healing.
  • Nutritional: MFT Morphogenic Field Testing®: Designed clinical nutrition using muscle testing to clarify your current nutritional needs, enable efficient elimination and power up your immunity using whole food supplements to provide the genuine replacement parts that can rebuild your body from the cells up!

Some clients jump in. They are clear on what their needs are already. Sometimes needs clarify after they begin. If you’re not sure, schedule an  initial evaluation with Kalyani to explore various options, establish priorities and create a pathway that supports your healing goals.  Whether you need to improve your movement habits, your diet or your thoughts the end product is to be better educated and able to trouble shoot your own pain patterns and recognize how fix them yourself!

For class / workshop information or to add your name to her confidential email list check her website at www.MoveMentor.com

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Testimonials

Profound, profound, session today.  I had been at one of my low points with all this pain just getting worse and now feel hopeful again.  So much wisdom and information you downloaded into my mind/body/sou/spirit!  I’ve had two floor sessions trying to remember and resurrect some of what happened in your office.  I also went for a 45-min walk this afternoon walking with a “forward fall” awareness and for the first time in months walked without pain in SI joint.  And diminishment in neck pain.  Miraculous.
Saundra Maeve O'Kelly (68)
A miracle! That describes my visit with Kalyani.

I went to see her after recovering from a broken hip, still dependent upon my cane, still wobbly when I walked, still afraid to walk without falling. Still feeling very handicapped. She reached out to me, inviting me to walk with her, and her quiet demeanor and gentle voice, coupled with the strength in her hand, led me to feel the the floor beneath me.

I walked very slowly at first, gaining strength from her voice and the sensation of Mother Earth’s love. My new-found confidence guided me until I found myself striding across the room. Today, my cane lives in the corner of my closet, and I walk unafraid. Kalyani created a miracle.

Estelle (age 80)
Boy Kalyani… am I ever feeling loose in the hips… while being totally supported by a nice upward energy and standing very tall!! Shoulders dropped and back of neck open and long! I was just feeling it again this evening while walking to the car: a loose, easy, languid, stately graceful easy movement…TOTALLY IN THE PRESENT… no rush no push… no thoughts. JUST MY BODY DOING WHAT IT DOES THE BEST… FEELING THE SUPPORT OF INTEGRATED MOVEMENT!! I can’t describe it any different… I don’t know why those simple classes can cause so much difference… and shifts… but they do!
Linda Grace (age 63) regular ATM/BFL student
Most young guys associate muscle bulk/strength with fitness. They tolerate feeling rigid.
The rational goes like this: If you feel rigid then you’re muscles are hard, and if you’re muscles are hard then they’re getting bigger and stronger. So feeling rigid is “good pain.” Some guys never outgrow this thinking pattern. As long as getting or maintaining big muscles is the goal, there’s no getting through to them.

The body has to be fine tuned like a guitar. The tools to fine tune the body are imaging (usually soft images like water), touching, releasing, toning, lengthening, and mobilizing. The closer the mind is connected to the body, the more awareness there is about what needs to be done at this moment for the body.

Alfredo Balaban