“I will not die an unlived life, I will not live in fear of falling or catching fire, I choose to inhabit my days, to allow my living to open me, make me more accessible, less afraid, to loosen my heart, till it becomes a wing, a torch, a promise….” Dawna Markova
Carly Mountain is a Psychosexual Somatic Therapist, Breathworker, Teacher of Embodied Spirituality and Writer. She specialises in facilitating people to deepen intimacy with themselves and their lives. Carly is the creatrix of the Butterfly Mystery School which supports women’s in-depth self-enquiry and unfolding. And is author of Jouissance ~ poetry of the deep feminine. She lives in Sheffield with her husband and two daughters. She offers in person and online sessions.
What I do
I am a therapist and transformational guide for people who are longing to embody change and deepen relationship with themselves and their life. I offer 1:1 therapy or coaching and group courses to facilitate soulful enquiry and a greater aliveness. So many times, the very things that challenge us can become our greatest gift. Together we can create a supportive, held space for you to uncover what is emerging from within and find the gold inside of it.
How do I do this?
I bring to every session the wisdom of twenty years embodied practice, training and space holding. I offer Psychotherapy, Psychosexual Somatic Therapy, Poetry Coaching, Voice release work, Menstrual consciousness work, embodied practice, yoga as a form of self enquiry and breathwork. All offerings are held with a trauma-informed approach.
What does this look like?
Will depend on you. I work in a creative and responsive way and so sessions will vary according to your particular needs. Together we will co-create a relational space that feels good for you. Alot of it is about chemistry, so why not book a free 20 minute discovery call with me where you can speak about your needs and we can see if we are a good fit. To book email email@example.com.
I look forward to hearing from you,
“If we surrendered to earth’s intelligence, we could rise up, rooted like trees” – Book of Hours, Rainer Maria Rilke