Meet Yasmin Lambat, Master Somatic Movement Therapist, Educator, and Founder of SomaSensing Body Unwinding. A trauma healing somatic movement practice based on the emerging research on fascia, biotensegrity, and nervous system regulation.
Her movement and manual therapy experience spans 30 years. It includes training as a Yoga and Polestar Pilates teacher as well as a myofascial release therapist.
But that's not all - as a credentialed ICF coach, Yasmin also empowers clients to take control of their healing journey through trauma-sensitive coaching.
Her practice is grounded in the belief that the body has an innate ability to heal itself, and the way to access this inner wisdom is through somatic awareness.
Through her work with clients, Yasmin has seen first-hand the transformative power of somatic healing and trauma-sensitive coaching. She has worked with a diverse range of clients helping them to overcome physical and emotional trauma, relieve chronic pain and inflammation, and improve their overall well-being.
As an experienced educator, presenter, and workshop host, Yasmin has developed a reputation for delivering engaging, informative, and impactful workshops on fascia informed somatic movement therapy. She has presented at numerous conferences and events, both nationally and internationally, and has had the privilege of working with diverse populations, including physiotherapists, chiropractors, Pilates teachers, osteopaths, and yoga teachers.
In her workshops and coaching services, Yasmin draws on the latest research and best practices in the field to provide a practical embodied experience for integrating somatic movement therapy and somatic practices into participants' lives.