Shannon Northroup , LMT, CSI, DOULA
Shannon Northroup is an LMT, Structural Integration Practitioner, Movement Educator and forever student. With over 15 years as a bodywork practitioner, Shannon brings the experience of working in clinical, hospital, physical therapy and private practice settings. Her professional journey in the healing arts, as well as various other complementary fields have woven together to create a diverse platform to practice, teach and embody the concepts of SI and EPC. Shannon has found Structural Integration and Embodied Pelvic Care to be a blueprints for holistic living. She is interested in how subtle movement patterns, perception and somatic awareness can powerfully shape structural relationships in the body. Through hands-on/in bodywork, somatic and movement education individuals are able to shift long held patterning (physical and emotional) and move towards more balance and ease in their bodies and nervous systems. Shannon's intention is to provide a safe and accepting environment, offering individuals the opportunity to collaborate with and deepen into relationship with their own body knowing and wisdom. While her permanent practice is located in Hood River, Oregon, Shannon travels throughout the western United States offering Structural Integration and Embodied Pelvic Care. Shannon is a graduate of the Northwest Center for Structural Integration, and currently works at the NWCSI, alongside her mentor Larry Kaufman, as a teaching assistant. She has trained as both a childbirth educator (CAPPA) and labor doula (Birthing From Within), as well as a STREAM practitioner(Scar Tissue Remediation Education and Management) with Kimberly Ann Johnson and Ellen Heed. She is currently enrolled in a three year Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (Peter Levine's work) training. Shannon currently holds licenses in Oregon, Utah and Colorado.