Linda Chrisman MA, CMT has been practicing holistic bodywork for over 35 years. She specializes in an integrative approach informed by her extensive training in Rosen Method Bodywork, Continuum, Somatic Experiencing and other movement and touch modalities.
Also a writer and educator in the field, Linda has been an adjunct professor at JFK University and The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. Her articles have appeared in Integrating Complementary Medicine into Health Systems, The Gale Group Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine, Being Bodies: Buddhist Women on the Paradox of Embodiment, and The Massage Therapy Journal. She holds a Master's degree in Philosophy and Religion from the California Institute of Integral Studies, and a BA in Psychology from Stanford University.
Linda has practiced meditation for more than 40 years and led wilderness quest journeys in India, Nepal and the U.S. She has been a student of the Diamond Approach since 1995. Linda lives in Oakland, CA.