You’ve struggled for too long with a brain that feels claustrophobic, overly active and tense, and you’re ready to make some changes.  You’ve tried meditation and other techniques but the mental intensity still hasn’t eased up. You can see now that it’s going to
take a broader, more wholistic approach.

Hello again. I’m Craig Mollins and I’m passionate about helping people move beyond a struggling brain and back into a more embodied life.

My own path started when I was about eight years old, when I would come home after school and lay on my back for an hour to calm the storm in my mind. You see, a year earlier I had a near drowning accident, and shortly after that I developed Tourette Syndrome. I became hyperactive and tightly wound up, and these breathing sessions were my first explorations into healing and personal growth.

For most of my life I’ve been a student of human betterment. I’ve been meditating in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition since I was 18 and have pursued studies and training in a wide range of healing and personal development modalities ever since. I’m passionately involved with realizing my own and others’ potential on many levels, including somatic, emotional, interpersonal, intellectual, and spiritual, and I love the challenge of integrating these on a practical day-to-day level.

Hello again. I’m Craig Mollins and I’m passionate about helping people move beyond a struggling brain and back into a more embodied life.

My own path started when I was about eight years old, when I would come home after school and lay on my back for an hour to calm the storm in my mind. You see, a year earlier I had a near drowning accident, and shortly after that I developed Tourette Syndrome. I became hyperactive and tightly wound up, and these breathing sessions were my first explorations into healing and personal growth.

For most of my life I’ve been a student of human betterment. I’ve been meditating in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition since I was 18 and have pursued studies and training in a wide range of healing and personal development modalities ever since. I’m passionately involved with realizing my own and others’ potential on many levels, including somatic, emotional, interpersonal, intellectual, and spiritual, and I love the challenge of integrating these on a practical day-to-day level.
Hello again. I’m Craig Mollins and I’m passionate about helping people move beyond a struggling brain and back into a more embodied life. My own path started when I was about eight years old, when I would come home after school and lay on my back for an hour to calm the storm in my mind. You see, a year earlier I had a near drowning accident, and shortly after that I developed Tourette Syndrome. I became hyperactive and tightly wound up, and these breathing sessions were my first explorations into healing and personal growth. For most of my life I’ve been a student of human betterment. I’ve been meditating in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition since I was 18 and have pursued studies and training in a wide range of healing and personal development modalities ever since. I’m passionately involved with realizing my own and others’ potential on many levels, including somatic, emotional, interpersonal, intellectual, and spiritual, and I love the challenge of integrating these on a practical day-to-day level.

Certifications and Other Experience

Embodiment has been a central theme of my professional work and personal interest for over 30 years. In 1995 I was certified as a Rolf Structural Integration practitioner and have been helping people with physical and emotional embodiment ever since.  This transformative work has given me deep insight into the body-mind relationship, how to bring these more into balance and bring that balance into one’s day-to-day life. I practice meditation and qigong daily, and yoga two-three times per week. Living with a balanced and healthy lifestyle has been part of my way for most of my adult life.

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