A Licensed Professional Counselor utilizing Pilates neuro-movement techniques in therapy sessions to help you think and move differently. Mindful Movements works to realign the body through a combination of mental and physical exercises. Self-awareness and control of the mind and body are gained throughout sessions. Working together to analyze the negative thought patterns about movement and life stressors offers you a different prospective and new strategies on how to address all of life’s challenges. Talk therapy and movement happens together to achieve the best results for body and mind.
Mindful Movements is designed to utilize mind-body techniques to help individuals take control of both their physical and mental struggles. Rebecca believes that treating the whole person allows individuals to take control and conquer life’s problems. The goal is to help every client live a healthy and happy lifestyle.
Rebecca Moos is a Licensed Professional Counselor, as well as a Comprehensively Certified Pilates Instructor. Rebecca is able to blend her knowledge and education about emotions, thoughts, body alignment, fitness, nutrition, and pain to help clients face any obstacle.
Utilizing your brain in conjunction with movements is a way to help heal the body and mind together. She currently specializes in working with Neurological patients to help them become mentally and physically stabilized and stronger. The addition of movement to mental health counseling allows the client to take charge of their body and mind to control their own behaviors and movements.
Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University (2010)
Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Sociology from University of Colorado (2004)
Comprehensively Certified Pilates Instructor thru Balanced Body (2011)
Pilates for Neurological Conditions (Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke) (2016)
Advanced Pilates for Neurological Conditions (2020)
Analyzing Scoliosis Certification (2019)
Pilates for Rehabilitating Hip and Knee replacements (2018)
Pilates for Back Pain (2018)
Psychology of Eating Program Graduate (2018)
Advanced Neurological Conditions Mentorship (present)