In the beginning I was so young and such a stranger to myself I hardly existed. I had to go out into the world and see it and hear it and react to it, before I knew at all who I was, what I was, what I wanted to be.
A friend calls me “Madame Camille-Lyon” for my ability to adapt and mutate to the next phase of life with enthusiasm and totality; I have studied, worked, taught and fumbled my way through the layers of society by way of psychology, art therapy, film, food, social services, marketing/productions and Argentine Tango. I trust life will always be an ongoing manifestation of what is moving through me.
Transformation is what keeps me curious and what interests me most about working with others. This process of being human IS the process of waking up. Movement, Music and Meditation offer direct access to the unconscious, making dance a transformative revolution and an endless path of discovery for me.
I aspire to be more loving, vital and unafraid, to think less and feel more. I laugh and cry freely. I do my best to listen to everything and everyone. At 48, I am learning to pay proper respect to the wisdom of this body. Water, silence, touch, words, beauty, travel, plants – they are my medicine. A daily bodymind practice brings inner space and clarity, I consider it an act of self-love. I lived in Hawaii for 20 years before moving to Europe 6 years ago and these days, I can be lost or found in the hillsides of Tuscany.
My guides: Osho, Mother Nature, Geordie Jahner, Vinn Marti, Brigitta Winkler and my beloved, Shastro. I give thanks to my Diamond Approach teachers and the Work. I honor Lori, Andrea and Kathy -I did not see them coming!