Let your creative body flow

The Creativebodyflow approach is a strengths-based recovery model that aims to empower people with strategies for building resilience and offers healing flow-state experiences that enhance mind-body awareness, sensory information processing and stimulate the relaxation response. 

This trauma-informed approach integrates therapeutic movement and creative arts therapies to gain insight and control of ones emotional experience and assist in alleviating the psychosomatic symptoms of trauma and chronic pain.


  • Develop moment-to-moment attention
  • Merge action and awareness
  • Reach optimal mental and physical experience
  • Heighten qualities of connectedness, enjoyment and meaningfulness
  • Increase capacity to learn and adapt to stress

Education and Training

Designed for qualified movement instructors, physical health and mental health professionals seeking to harness the therapeutic power of Aerial Therapeutics into their practice.
AntiGravity® Fitness, uses the Harrison AntiGravity® Hammock suspension and conditioning system that offers a fusion of fitness genres with the benefits of zero-compression inversions.
The Franklin Method® uses a specific application of biomechanical imagery to influence optimal efficiency and enhance positive qualitative experience of movement.

Personal Experiences

Creative Arts Therapy offers a unique expressive, non-verbal psychotherapeutic intervention that is focused on the individuals creative process, rather than reaching an aesthetic end-product. 
Therapeutic movement is attuned to individual needs. Renae delivers specific trauma-sensitive practices of yoga, aerial therapeutics and rehabilitative pilates in one-on-one sessions or small therapeutic groups.
CreativeBodyFlow experiences combine the harmonizing practice of yoga with techniques that use artmaking and drawing from life as moving meditations.

Aerial Therapeutics Foundations Course


Aerial Therapeutics uses an aerial hammock apparatus based mind-body exercise that aligns with progressive exercise-based rehabilitation and trauma-informed frameworks.