Clara Cunningham is a BCST practioner. She began studying cranial sacral therapy 20 years ago while working as a care provider for children living with disabilities and in hospice. Growing up in Alaska gave Clara a deep respect and intimacy with nature and the raw elemental power of this earth that shaped her views of life, and the continuum of life. She currently works with prenates, newborns, infants, children, families, and individuals of all ages offering somatic process work, attachment and bonding support, birth work/education, BCST, and holistic resiliency. She offers experiences to groups and organizations facilitating womb surrounds, Systemic Family Constellations, trauma intervention, ceremony, guided wilderness experiences, and movement therapy for somatic reclaiming. Clara is currently teaching a two year personal development course in pre and perinatal somatic process work, and also assisting Myrna Martin In PPN trainings around North America. She has worked for many years internationally as a holistic health practitioner that included a variety of bodywork modalities including myofascial release, somatic experiencing, Chi Nei Tsang, meridian massage, teaching yoga/breathe awareness, and shiatsu. Clara has apprenticed for the past 15 years in Tai chi, sensory awareness, and pre and perinatal somatic process work with both Judyth Weaver and Myrna Martin. She is a facilitator and educator in Pre and Perinatal Somatic Psychology, also known as primary psychology.
Born with a natural curiosity and focus of living in the spirit, Clara’s path has woven through many heart-centered disciplines which have guided and manifested her course of life studies and learning of what it is to be truly human. She is currently the director of The Human Development Center which she founded in 2016 in Bellingham WA. Clara and her husband lead a simple and blessed life with a thriving practice. Inspired by the process of personal transformation to live clearly in truth, simplicity and love...Clara is devoted to the unfolding of the inner most nature in herself and others.