Rebekkah LaDyne M.S., Integrative Medicine

Somatic Counselor, Neurofeedback Practitioner, Self-Regulation Specialist

Rebekkah’s informal and accessible manner makes learning with her easy.

“My somatic training and research have shown me that every neurological event has a physiological component and visa versa. The delicately interwoven threads of “body-emotions” and “mind-feelings” are the backbone of the work I do. Supporting cognitive regulation via the body, and somatic regulation via the mind is lastingly transformational for my clients.”

Rebekkah listens, shares relevant information, and teaches valuable practices.  You can bring the practices into your life today,  exactly as it is, exactly as you are.

Rebekkah helps her clients live happier lives. She works with clients who are searching for more presence and ease, and others who struggle with anxiety, depression, difficult relationships, self-care, and more. Via her graduate studies, she researched mind-body modalities from many traditions to discover which are the greatest change makers available to us today. She incorporates these evidence-based approaches into her sessions and classes. She works at the intersections of brain science, mindfulness practice, and somatic regulation.

Rebekkah brings over 20 years of teaching experience and more than 15 years of client experience to her work.  She shares mind-body wellness and somatic integration tools that truly change lives.  Modern life can too easily throw us off, and we can find ourselves far from our natural balance and well-being. Rebekkah helps her clients to re-train their brain and nervous system thereby returning to their unique homeostatic balance.

As director and lead teacher of a thriving Yoga and Mindfulness Center from 1998 – 2008 Rebekkah guided thousands of students to reconnect with their hearts, minds, and bodies.   She taught at Spirit Rock Meditation center as their ongoing Family Program Teacher from 2010 – 2013.  Currently, through this mindful life, she supports individual clients and groups with somatic counseling, a mindfulness-based approach to mind-body wellness, and MBSR (mindfulness based stress reduction) classes.

She has studied and been mentored by wonderful teachers including Silvia Boorstein, John Kabat- Zinn, James Baraz, Tara Brach, Gil Fronsdal, and Bob Stahl.  She trained as a teacher through Spirit Rock Meditation Center, ART (Awareness and Relaxation Training), and further MBSR teacher training with the UCSD Center for Mindfulness. She holds her Masters degree in Integrative Medicine from Saybrook University with concentrations in somatic counseling and nervous system regulation (brain and body balancing).

“I trust the skillful tools of integrative medicine and somatic counseling and believe in their ability to greatly improve our wellness.  Fullness, relief and deep ease await you. I look forward to working with you soon.”

~ Rebekkah LaDyne