Moving Into Harmony is a clinical practice providing Manual Physical Therapy and Essential Movement Education on a 1-on-1 basis to assist individuals in regaining, restoring and retaining their greatest potential for health and function in daily life.

“Life is the flower that grows,
from the knots we untie.”
– Todd Mohr,
Big Head Todd & the Monsters

Combining 30 years of experience in Manual Therapy, Physical Therapy and Yoga, our clinical practice offers skilled hands-on assistance to help individuals recognize their compensatory patterns and limitations, and their abilities and capacity to promote their own healing process. Manual Therapy helps reduce the blockages in the body’s tissues thus increasing fluidity, communication and perceptibility. This enhances an individual’s awareness and sensibility, improving one’s access to vital resources which are essential for maintaining a dynamic state of “health, well-being and optimal function in life.”

Your body does the best it can given the internal balance of all bodily systems, communication, environment, and resources available to function harmoniously.

Our state of health occurs on two levels: living free of “dis-ease” which is a temporary state without active symptoms; and at deeper levels, rediscovering, restoring and sustaining a balanced state for an indefinite period of time.


Moving Into Harmony can help anyone with any level of assistance.       Click Here to Schedule a Session

Model of Care:

Subtle Body – Energetics of Function

  • Physiological Function:
    Autonomic Nervous System –
    Neurovascular Activity and Regulation of all tissues and systems.
  • Subtle (Pranic) Body including Marmas(Vital Junction Points)
  • Elemental Nature within the body
  • Mind’s influence on the Body’s Functional and Internal Movements
Model of Care:

Physical Body – Observation, Palpation, & Assessment of:

  • Musculoskeletal Alignment and Functional Biomechanics
  • Connective Tissue Mobility – including Myofascial, Ligaments, Joint Capsule and more.
  • The Spine – Including Central Nervous System’s Neurobiological Movement (Neural Tissue Tension)
  • The Visceral (Organ) System
    related to Spinal and Musculoskeletal Mobility and Function
  • Movement – Integrative Essential Movement and Activities of Daily Living
  • Breath – Biomechanics and Function

“Shawn is a wonderful practitioner, his level of training and knowledge of anatomy and manual therapy are brilliantly complemented by his depth of compassion and yoga experience.  He has the ability to build bridges between how physical therapy and energetic healing are connected.”
Scott Blossom, Shunyata Yoga

“Shawn’s insights into the anatomical and subtle/energy body are remarkable. I have found Shawn to be a tremendous resource for my own structural understanding of the body in yoga.”
Tias Little, Prajna Yoga