As a Mind Body Practitioner and Facilitator Noam Gamady draws on his background in Bio-energetics & Feldenkrais method (movement), sharing tools which interrupt our habitual pattens that keep us trapped. The attention to the inner experience, movement, is a quintessential ingredient for shifting habits, while tapping into our body’s wisdom and vitality.
Noam's work focuses on guiding, individuals and groups supporting and empowering others, as they gain more clarity and flow in their lives. You maybe feeling "stuck", your body is in stress mode and still you you just can not get out of the loop. Noam's work engages participants in an experience that sheds light, release tension and paves the way back towards wholeness.
"Feeling pain does not mean you have to suffer"
Years of working with people from all walks of life, taught him that as each person is unique, so are the healing approaches. One size does not fit ALL. His personal journey working through deep seeded physical emotional pain, unworthiness and depression, have been the driving force, seeking tools to transform challenges into opportunities, while moving towards inner balance, happiness and vitality. He integrates tools such as, movement, mindfulness and breath work creating a safe environment for clients to experience the difference.
"Consciousness can intervene to reduce suffering even when the levels of physical pain doesn't change" Deepak Chopra.
Noam's practice is based in NYC and Brooklyn since 2010.
Noam also facilitates classes & workshops teaching movement & mindfulness techniques where you can experience how to reduce pain, self connect, restore flow and vitality in your life.
For almost two decades Noam has trained with some of the most renown teachers in the fields of mind and body integration:
Feldenkrais institute - David Zemach-Bersin
Ron Baker - Bio-energetics a psychosomatic process (based on the works of Wilhelm Reich and Alexander Lowen)
Anodea Judith - Chakra balancing
Tom Bond - Nonviolent Communication ( based on the teachings of Marshall Rosenberg)