When you touch one thing with deep awareness,
you touch everything.
- Thich Nhat Hanh
I’m Caitlin- a women’s bodywork therapist - guide, teacher, writer, and believer in the innate wholeness we each carry.
I offer integrative bodywork in Santa Barbara and Solvang, California, and somatic sessions virtually. I provide trauma-informed pelvic care for women and people with vulvas including scar tissue remediation, abdominal and gyno-visceral therapy, prenatal preparation, postnatal recovery, and womb support.
I also have a craniosacral practice you can find more about here.
In addition to one-on-one support, I teach workshops, offer online education, facilitate community gatherings, and mentor practitioners and other caring humans in the helping professions - all as trauma-inclusive offerings to sustain us in our wellbeing, work, and lives.
My intention is that you feel seen, heard, held, honored, hopeful, and nourished on your journey.
IN-PERSON APPOINTMENTS IN SANTA BARBARA+SOLVANG, CALIFORNIA
Whether you’re feeling challenged by trauma, fatigue, reproductive health issues, sexual dysfunction or pain,
or are simply looking to better connect to your body, deepen your skills, and have the space and support to listen within and dive deep, I’m here.
Here’s how we can work together:
Looking specifically for craniosacral work? Please visit here.
*Please note: None of my services are psychotherapeutic in nature or a replacement for qualified mental health care.
My work and teachings have been featured in:
I write to connect, reflect, and share my life as a practitioner and practicing human, including the messy bits.
I talk about all.the.things related to our womanhood and female anatomy - including sex, periods, trauma, and emotional wellbeing, and share musings on embodied healing and living, sexual wholeness, recovery and resiliency.
Practical, embodied wisdom for women and the practitioners that care for them.
"When we’re awake in our bodies and senses. The World comes alive. Wisdom, creativity, and love are discovered as we relax and awaken through our bodies." - Tara Brach
See more of my writing and updates on Instagram.
You can follow along on my personal journey as a bodyworker, writer, teacher, and student.
Instagram is like my journal where I share what I’m learning and integrating, personally and professionally.