Zahava Wilson earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Hampshire College with a self-designed major in Movement Studies, a unique combination of neuroscience and dance. She received a Master’s of Science Degree in Physical Therapy from Columbia University. A few years after practicing physical therapy, she completed a four-year training in the Feldenkrais method, and then completed the Anat Baniel Method Children’s Mastery training to further expand and develop her work with children. Zahava brings other background to her practice, including dance, martial arts (she holds a second degree black belt in Aikido) and various other somatic therapies such as Body-Mind Centering, and Bartenieff Fundamentals. She has also trained in therapeutic approaches including Masgutova Reflex Integration, Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, Jones Strain/Counter-Strain, and Neuro-Developmental Technique.
She currently has a private practice in the Hudson Valley, where she has been working for over 30 years with a variety of people ranging in ages from newborn to those in their nineties.