Nisha Kewalramani
has a B.A. in psychology, has studied Ayurveda with Dr. Vasant Lad, and is a licensed massage therapist. Over the last 8 years, Nisha has focused on movement and touch as a means for transformation. Through longtime study with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, founder of the School for Body-Mind Centering, she has become certified in Developmental Movement and Yoga, Embodied Anatomy and Yoga, Somatic Movement Education, and Infant Developmental Movement Education. She is currently teaching Infant Developmental Movement classes around the city, facilitating babies' natural movement and development for optimal health and well-being.

Scott Lyons, BMCP, RSMT, SME, IDME,
has been dedicated to integrating somatic and holistic practices into the creative and healing arts. He works privately as a movement therapist, integrating Cranial-Sacral therapy, visceral unwinding, yoga, Body-Mind Centering, experiential anatomy, applied kinesiology, and neuro-developmental therapies in his work with infants, children and adults.