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"Wisdom comes from a sustained practice of presence, not perfection."

-Leslie Rhyne


Leslie Rhyme

“To touch the surface is to touch the depths.” -Jobs Body

Presence is a subtle and energetic imperceptible force that touches the depths. 

Leslie Rhyne is a seasoned guide and practitioner, who has spent well over a decade facilitating and activating deep transformations in the lives of hundreds of individuals. Most known for her gentle yet transformative way of working with and through the body energetically; she shares her messages with an unwavering commitment to our multidimensional selves and embodied consciousness, rooted in compassion. As a well-known and seasoned practitioner of many different disciplines and modalities, Leslie serves and works with people to help them remember the pathways to nurturing and following our body’s own innate capacity to heal.

Through her own healing and embodiment work, Leslie has come to embody a potent and transformative energetic frequency, which can be felt in her presence, and is at the core of what is received by clients when working with her. While her intention is to always hold gentle, patient, and compassionate space, clients will have a wide range of experiences while working with Leslie as her energetic frequency aka presence, meets the frequency or presence that is embodied by the client.


From a very young age, Leslie’s sincere desire and curiosity to understand suffering and how the emergence from suffering leads to a deeper well of kindness, wisdom, and generosity has been and continues to be a lifelong journey. Through these years of experience and trainings, Leslie has come to know and understand how to deeply attend and attune to the interplay of energy and matter through the many layers of us which display how subtle energy has taken denser shape and form through repetition of specific vibration and frequencies  

the physical: our fascial system (that displays our energetic qualities in physical form)

the mind/ego: the stories we tell ourselves, our inner dialogue (that displays our energetic qualities in cognitive form)

the emotional: our tone, mood, language (thats display our energetic quality through emotions)

the nervous system: the way energy moves through our body, the spiritual: belief system, our roots and connection to ancestral traumas and gifts, the house of lifetimes in our body 


And has been able to create a very integrative approach to embodiment and healing. This blend of ancient wisdom and modern science is a combination of:


The yogic tradition: movement, breath-work, meditation, and sound, 

Bodywork and energy-work: anatomy and physiology of many different systems in the body

Somatic Experiencing, The Poly-Vagal Theory, and Internal Family Systems: provided language, mental construct, and scientific understanding of the connection between the brain and the body

Psychedelic assisted therapy: the power of: experiential learning, the sensation body, and what happens when we can observe ourselves or a situation from a different perspective, or altered state of consciousness


These disciplines and approaches have taught Leslie the skills and value of being able to attune to and track sensation moving in and through the body as a way to both (a)create a living experience of safety in the body and (b)shift and transform challenging emotions and experiences that have not yet been metabolized. Through this intuitive and compassionately attuned work, Leslie hopes to better serve: her family, loved ones, and those in the broader communities with which she lives.

Influences on the work: to name a few

  • Thomas Hubl: integrating mysticism and science; embodied presence

  • Richard Swartz and Susan McConnell: SIFS: Somatic Internal Family Systems - somatic awareness, conscious breathing, radical resonance, mindful movement, and attuned touch

  • Peter Levine: Somatic Experiencing

  • Stephen J. Terrell: Transforming the Experienced-Based Brain, Develop. Trauma integrating Transforming Touch for repairing early ruptures in attachment

  • Pema Chodron: Beloved Buddhist teacher, nun, author, and has devoted her life to inspiring people to awaken

  • Tara Brach: psychologist, author, teacher, and proponent of buddhist meditation

  • Richard Rudd: Teacher, mystic, award winner poet, and founder and author of Gene Keys

  • Kathy Kain: Specializing in Somatic Resiliency and Regulation

  • Janina Fisher: Specializing in Dissociative and Fragmented Parts

  • Deb Dana: Polyvagal Theory Stephen Porges: The PolyVagal Theory and Safe Sound Protocol

  • Carl Jung: Awakening the unconscious

  • Gabor Mate: Attachment and Authenticity: to understand addiction

  • Henri Nouwen: Priest and author who called for both radical forgiveness and disciplined accountability.

  • Diane Poole Heller: Attachment and Relationships

  • Dan Siegel: Interpersonal Neurobiology approach to relationships, mind and brain functioning

  • Pat Ogden: Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

  • Brene Brown: On Imperfection, Belonging, Shame

  • MAPS: study of psychedelic-assisted therapy

  • Allison Dennis: Teacher of yoga dedicated to the foundational texts of yoga, language of Sanskrit, chanting and sadhana, Vedic Astrologer, musician and sound healer

  • Dr. Randolf Stone: developer of polarity therapy, doctor of osteopathy, naturopathy and chiropractic

  • Tom Myers: Developer of Anatomy Trains, an anatomical study of the myofascial meridian structure in the physical body

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