Welcome, dear Traveller. I am Kasia.
I am so happy we found each other!
Was it curiosity that brought you here? Or perhaps pain, confusion, fear? All of You are welcome here.
Years ago, life took me on a journey to find connection and authenticity. I discovered that the body is a gate. I continue to learn to embrace the pleasure and pain of the incredible gift of my human life.
I now guide people into belonging and safety, aliveness and heartful relationships, authenticity and purpose through the connection to body consciousness. I work with many body-centered tools: touch, breathwork, sound, movement, inquiry, and psychedelics. I am a PhD biologist with almost 20 years of experience.
I guided hundreds of people in sessions and groups to connect to their deep truth and purpose. I'd love to get to know your story!
Our deepest desire.
Our greatest fear.
Do you feel lonely, anxious, depressed, unmotivated?
You are not broken. You are simply human.
We are all born to belong, love, and have a purpose.
Do you wish or hope that it will happen to you one day?
The truth is that you are already there.
You might just be disconnected from this truth.
How to come back to yourself, others, and the world?
I believe the door to connection is through the body.
Take a moment to feel your body now.
Perhaps you notice some tension, pain, opening, or feeling numb.
Now breathe into this space. What happens?
You have just connected to yourself!
It's so simple.
I invite you to connect to All of who You are.
three Pillars of Connection
Rest and Ressources
Safety and Nourishment
Heart-Centred Love & Sexuality
Playfulness and Learning
Purpose and Meaning
What Clients Say
International Development Consultant
"Kasia is an amazing facilitator who can hold space so beautifully and naturally that despite my usual tendency to resist, I could let go and explore with curiosity on issues I brought to the sessions. The most significant impact for me was to be able to deeply feel and release emotions/physical sensations that were 'trapped' in my body despite understanding them intellectually."
To lose our connection with the body is to become spiritually homeless. Without an anchor, we float aimlessly, battered by the winds and waves of life.
author, body/mind integration therapist