My life experience has taught me that movement is life, and self-improvement has no boundaries. I love learning new things, being creative, and being outdoors. I am constantly making or fixing things.
Before becoming a landscape architect, I was a gardener, a bicycle mechanic, poured bronze in an art foundry and worked on an Alaskan fishing boat. I enjoy drumming, painting watercolors, growing food and teaching my dog useful tricks (like finding my keys!)
I currently teach the Feldenkrais Method® for clients who wish to bolster their creativity, improve athletic performance, reduce chronic pain, or are simply interested in finding the best version of themselves. I also design landscape projects including healing gardens, native plant restoration projects, and edible landscapes.
A young Anita skating in Lake Placid circa 1985