Trevor (he/they) is a bodyworker and cultural worker who is deeply invested in supporting movements for collective care and liberation. Their work acknowledges that the conditions of our lives, ancestral through preconception and into present time, have an impact on our bodies, relationships and communities. Trevor believes that bodywork is an effective way to touch in with those places of impact while being supported in relationship with another. His work is informed by his studies of pre and perinatal somatic psychology, biodynamic craniosacral therapy, massage therapy, Black, Indigenous, and Women of Color Feminist traditions, improvisational movement, and the many communities and ecosystems they are from and a part of. Trevor’s approach to teaching is grounded in antiracist and queer affirming frameworks; somatic education; presence; and reverent trust in the body’s inherent wisdom and capacity to heal when given space to do so. Some of Trevor’s teaching experience has included adaptive and recreational circus arts, workshop facilitation in queer-affirming care practices for health care providers and educators, and supporting their local non-profit in utilizing antiracist and healing-centered approaches to support youth and young adults experiencing houselessness in northern Washington. Trevor is excited to continue deepening his study of biodynamics and to support learners on their BCST journey!