Yoga. Massage. Embodiment Facilitation. Health Consultation.
Nan Hebert is an embodiment facilitator, massage therapist, teacher of Jivamukti yoga, Ayurvedic health consultant and student of Eastern philosophies. She loves enabling the process of the breath made visible through form. Follow her here for some playlists to keep you moving.
Nan is an ambitious and voracious student, having attended the Steinhardt School of Education at NYU—eventually completing her undergraduate studies at Goddard College with an emphasis in Ayurveda. She has enjoyed international teaching opportunities, leading classes, workshops and retreats while living in France and Switzerland. In her many travels, she has cultivated a diverse network of clients working with Fortune 500 companies, professional athletes, celebrities and other high profile individuals.
Before moving to Boulder to pursue her Masters in Contemplative Psychology & Buddhist Psychotherapy, at Naropa University, Nan spent the several years living, working and re-wilding in Big Sur, CA. During this time, she deepened her studies and practices as a weekly faculty member at Esalen Institute. Through her experience at Esalen, Nan expanded her personal inquiry in somatic psychology, studying with and assisting master teachers in the fields of Gestalt, 5Rhythms Dance and Esalen massage, to name a few.
A Little Something For You...COMING SOON!
This is a mini-practice that you can utilize anywhere to shift your body-heart-mind. Do it first thing in the morning, after a weird moment with someone that you just can't 'shake-off,' before an important presentation, in an airplane on a long flight...I'd love to hear the interesting places you can find to do this mini-practice!
Please email me, if you need support with modifications for your body.
The Jivamukti Method is grounded in the original meaning of the Sanskrit word asana as “seat, connection” – relationship to the Earth. Earth implies all of life. Citing Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra, which states that asana should be sthira and sukham, Jivamukti Yoga maintains that one’s relationship to others (asana) should be mutually beneficial and come from a consistent (sthira) place of joy and happiness (sukham).
This method does not see the practice of asana as separate from spiritual study, chanting or meditation, but rather integrates all elements into one unified practice. This provides for a well-rounded approach to our goal—enlightenment through compassion for all beings.
Nan offers 1, 1.5 and 2 hour
Private, Semi-Private, Group &
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Esalen massage is a gentle, soothing massage capable of inducing deep relaxation in the recipient. Using long, graceful strokes to heighten the client’s awareness of bodily experiences, the practitioner gives attention to the entire body in this approach.
This awareness, rather than any special technique on the part of the practitioner, is what is believed to promote healing: as people become conscious of the various ways they hold tension in their bodies, their minds may be better able to naturally begin the process of letting go.
Deep Bodywork combines the integrating qualities of a flowing Esalen massage with the therapeutic effectiveness of deep tissue work. Using these healing modalities in combination opens realms of possibility to the bodywork practitioner unavailable through the application of one or the other alone. Using deep tissue methods, massage practitioners can enter the body’s deeper soft tissue layers, freeing previously dense, hardened areas, which may have become chronically painful due to trauma, a lack of fluid exchange and energy flow. As such areas soften and ‘re-organize”, their chronic tension patterns release, revitalizing living tissues with blood, lymph, and “Chi” (life) energy.
Nan offers 1.5 hour and 2 hour massage sessions
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EMBODIMENT FACILITATION & AYURVEDIC HEALTH CONSULTING
Based on years of practice and study in Ayurveda and various embodiment modalities, Nan can support you in creating a program that suits your needs.
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“We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another; unevenly. We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. The past, present, and future mingle and pull us backward, forward, or fix us in the present. We are made up of layers, cells, constellations.”