Amy is known for her ability to help communities who struggle with stress, trauma, and emotional and physical challenges to transform their lives even when nothing else has worked. By using simple yet powerful self-application techniques, participants that attend programs with Amy have reported a decrease in stress and physical symptoms and being happier and healthier than they did prior to implementing Amy’s work into their lives.
From private short workshops to weekend retreats, Amy’s own inspirational story, accessible teaching style, and down-to-earth approach to story telling has been well received by a variety of audiences including the Department of Psychiatry at Stanford University, Manhattan’s JCC (Jewish Community Center), New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York Open Center, The New School university, the Harley-Davidson Motor Company, and more.
Amy’s signature energy therapy approach is valuable for adults, teens, and kids; and is endorsed by physicians and medical organizations as an important part of an integrated healing plan.
Amy has been featured in CNN, The Huffington Post, CBS, The Washington Post, Daily News, Cosmopolitan, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Curve Magazine, and more. She was also named one of Advocate’s “40 Under 40” and understands the unique challenges of the LGBTQ community.
She lives in NYC with her beautiful wife and two bad cats. Most importantly, she lives by her self-created motto: When life kicks your ass, kick-back.