bookThe Berkeley Wellness Newsletter from Berkeley School of Helath recommends The Alexander Technique and Hellerwork an offshoot of Rolfing or structural integration for back pain and neck problems.

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About Kay

Kay Hogan is a certified Hellerworker, Alexander Technique Teacher and Natural Vision Educator. She has Master's Degrees in Education and Counseling, specializing in codependency and addiction recovery. Her practice also incorporates her multifaceted training in shiatsu, foot reflexology, cranial-sacral work, applied kinesiology, yoga and natural vision education. More recently she has been studying early developmental movement and now includes the Dart Procedures in her Alexander Teaching.

In 2007 she traveled to India to the Oneness Institute for a 21-day process to become a Deeksha blessing giver. Kay has worked in the healing arts for the past twenty-four years and has a private practice in Pleasant Hill, California serving all of Contra Costa County.  Kay leads workshops and consults on alternative health topics.

Structural work can improve:
  • fibromyalgia
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • computer use
  • TMJD
  • back and neck pain
  • headaches
  • bulging discs
  • arthritis
  • fatigue
  • pinched nerves
  • circulation
  • repetitive stress injury
  • emotional blocks
  • sore feet
  • body stress and tension
  • performance in any area
  • stage fright
  • sciatica
  • intestinal problems