therapeutic bodywork • movement • health
About bodyWise & Gettyoga
Often, when asked what I do, I often reply, "Help people manage pain." Whether mental, emotional, or physical, I find that awareness of the body is inevitably a wonderful starting point.
After receiving my master's degree at UCLA and not finding satisfaction for the questions that were motivating me, I ventured into things I had never explored: meditation, bodywork, yoga, dance, anatomy, music, early development, etc. It was a life-changing journey and gratefully I learned some practical things (compassion is at the top of the list). I value the opportunity to be with others to explore what arises from their own need for healing.
I've been a massage therapist since 2000, and also practice biodynamic craniosacral therapy and polarity therapy. I work with adults and teens, as well as moms, infants, and young children. I teach hatha yoga, emphasizing alignment, breathing, and meditation skills, and various forms of embodied dance.
To this I have added the following approaches—
• Family Constellation work, which addresses inter-generational patterns of trauma;
• Somatic Experiencing, which focuses on healing trauma via an in-depth understanding of how our nervous systems internalize overwhelm;
• Pre-and-perinatal education, to help babies and adults enhance bonding and attachment patterns related to birth.
I love what I do, and love sharing it with others.
— Julie Aha, MA, LMT, RCST®, RYT, BCPP PA License No. MSG 001247
Jeremi Dilworth—Instructor Iyengar Yoga
Jeremi Dilworth holds a BFA in dance and has extensive experience with Iyengar yoga, massage therapy, and BodyMind Centering. She has taught yoga since 1995. Also a childbirth educator & lactation counselor, she has homeschooled her three children and lives in Gettysburg with her husband, children, dog, and chickens.