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About Ingrida Danyte

Ingrida began her journey into understanding the living body in 2017 at the Linda Hartley Institute for Integrative Bodywork & Movement Therapy in Vilnius. While studying there, she also trained in Authentic Movement Discipline with Cornelia Schmitz in Germany. This practice became central to Ingrida's life and work, fostering a deep sense of recognition and a passion to connect with her inner truth daily. Guided by Cornelia, Ingrida explores mystical experiences and applies this knowledge to support her clients on their life journeys.

Ingrida is also interested in nervous, endocrine, and immune systems, applying Polyvagal theory to daily life. She specializes in helping clients with psychosomatic symptoms and disruptions in bodily cycles. 

As a member of the International Somatic Movement Education and Therapy Association, Ingrida adheres to high standards and ethics. Learn more at www.ISMETA.org.

Therapeutic Skills

Somatic Movement Therapy, Body-Mind Centering, Somatic Psychology, Discipline of Authentic Movement, Mindfulness Practices, Trauma and Polyvagal Theory-Informed Care.

Experience

2022 11 - now

Somatic Movement Therapist

Private online practice

2020 09 - 2024 06

Co-founder and therapist

Įkūnyta Praktika

2020 09 - 2023 08   

Assistant and Programme Coordinator

Integrative Bodywork and Movement Therapy (IBMT) Institute

2018 - 2023 07

Therapist and a play companion for children

Private studio practice, Vilnius

2018 - 2021

Bodywork and Movement Therapy Practitioner

“Penkių Pojūčių Namai”, project „Journey of a Hero“

Professional Education

2018 08 - now

Studies of Authentic Movement Discipline

at a private practice of Cornelia Schmitz, Germany, Braunschweig

2017 09 - 2020 08

Somatic Movement Therapy 

at Institute for Integrative Bodywork and Movement Therapy, London, UK

2013 - 2017

Bachelor of Informatics

at Vilniaus University

Holistic Approach

Ingrida Danyte's holistic approach extends beyond traditional therapy, encompassing mindfulness, meditation, and body-centered techniques to foster profound healing and facilitate inner transformation.

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