Danielle’s acumen ranges from conducting biochemistry research at the Ph.D. level, to now exploring life as a devoted mother for the past 6 years. Her background in the sciences shapes her approach to everyday life, which is driven by curiosity, inquiry, and bridging internal and external worlds. She brings these qualities, as well as, her caring, compassionate and nurturing presence into her teachings of The 360 Emergence embodiment practice.
Her classes use The 360 movement maps to explore the gifts and complexities of the mother archetype and to support individuals to integrate and compost their life experiences. In this container she encourages attunement, self-compassion, and community care, creating a held space for personal exploration and growth.