Maru Serrano is a Body-Centered Counselor, Certified Hakomi Practitioner and Trainer, Guild-Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner and Teacher and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy graduate. She brings 25 years of experience training and working with a variety of sensorimotor oriented therapeutic modalities and art forms.

She was a student and professional training assistant to Ron Kurtz, the creator of the Hakomi method, for more than 12 years. Currently she continues her learning with Georgia Marvin, Donna Martin and Flint Sparks, all Legacy Holders of the Hakomi Method affiliating with the Hakomi Education Network, which express the latest evolution of Hakomi.

She completed the Feldenkrais Professional Training Program in 2014 after having a personal practice for more than 15 years, and continuosly expanding her learning and understanding of the Method.

She has also graduated in the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy approach under the guidance of Pat Ogden, also a Legacy Holder, Kekuni Minton and Ame Cuttler and currently participates as an assistant in their Trainings.

Maru’s mindfulness-based somatic approach is especially helpful in the areas of relationship-building, confidence and self-development and decision making. She also has extensive experience working with survivors of trauma and developmental trauma facilitating long lasting transformations, an expanded sense of true self, the ability to meet true loving relations and a genuine conection with your environment.

She brings her inclusive, non judgmental presence, mindfulness and joy to all areas of her life through zen practice, mothering, dance, the visual arts, gardening and cooking fabulously nurturing meals.

Maru is available for individual sessions by appointment as well as supervision, workshops and group presentations.

“I believe in all that has never yet been spoken
I want to free what waits within me
so that what no one has dared to wish for
may for once spring clear without my contriving
May what I do flow from me like a river,
no forcing and no holding back,
the way it is with children”

Rainer Maria Rilke