Sharon Tomsky, MA, OTR/L
NeuroMovement trainer and occupational therapist
Sharon Tomsky began her career as a dancer and movement educator, then became an occupational therapist. In 2003 she graduated the Anat Baniel Method NeuroMovement® Practitioner Training and is now a trainer in the method. Sharon is committed to lifelong learning and optimal health and vitality for all those she works with—from babies to the elderly.
Sharon has a private practice working with adults and children with special needs in Richmond, California, and teaches transformational movement lessons in Berkeley. She has also worked as an occupational therapist since earning her master’s degree in OT from University of Southern California in 1994.
Sharon graduated from UC-Berkeley with a bachelor’s degree in dance and from San Francisco State University with a master’s degree in creative arts. She has performed and taught dance, creative movement, and Contact Improvisation since the 1970s.
July 19 - 21, 2019
Friday - Sunday, 2 nights
From our very first movements, the brain forms neural patterns that become habitual actions, thoughts, and feelings. Applied neuroplasticity dramatically transforms these limitations into a peak range of capabilities. Join creator Anat Baniel as she guides you step-by-step through NeuroMovement, a proven, science-based approach to heightened performance that uses the brain’s natural ability to get...