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About Linda

Linda worked 25 years in the arts, with Havu Gallery in Denver, with Boulder sculptor Jerry Wingren, in public relations for Paolo Soleri’s Cosanti Foundation and its Arcosanti project, with The Architecture and Design department at The Museum of Modern Art, NY and as studio director for Manhattan based Japanese sculptor Mariko Mori and her Faou Foundation.  

Linda began studying CranioSacral Therapy while living in Brooklyn, NY in 2010. Her life unfolded in a way that made space for intense study and an enriching practice. She began formally training with Upledger Institute while living in Hong Kong. CST continues to integrate into her life from a base of calm reflected in how she approaches her work and her relationship with self and loved ones. 

Linda carries in her professional experience three decades of active listening.

CS therapy is akin to body meditation. Linda's expertise in the anatomy and physiology, structure and function of the CS system creates a foundation for her practice of listening to each individual's innate body wisdom. 

She earned a massage license with Boulder's Healing Spirits graduating with honors in anatomy-kinesiology, a postpartum doula certificate with Childbirth International, and continues ongoing somatic therapy training and teach assisting.

Linda is a Techniques Certified CranioSacral Therapist with Upledger Institute.

In addition to her Boulder private practice Linda contracts as a CST therapist with Colorado's Healing Warriors Program participating in local clinics for US veterans and their family members. 

In January 2020, Linda joined Studio Arts Boulder as Capital Campaign Manager for a new community art center in Boulder County. Splitting her week between studio arts as a healing force and CST as a healing force brings together two areas of focus for which

she is continually finding nourishing connections. 

For more about Linda's path, read  Why I do this work .