Anna Burnett was trained in medical massage in 2005 in Palm Springs, California. Before moving to Oregon in 2012, Anna worked as massage therapist in Alaska, Tennessee, and California. Her continued education certificates include: visceral (organ) manipulation, internal pelvic floor (Holistic Pelvic Care™), muscle energy technique (PNF), gua sha (scraping), stretching anatomy and active release, Thai massage, and trigger point therapy.
Anna’s favorite nouns are yoga, chocolate, sunrise, and sunset. Her favorite verbs are hiking, biking, camping, and ocean-gazing (Southern Oregon holds her favorite beaches). She has a history of Lindy Hop dancing, international travel, competitive speech and debate, and National Latin Honor Society membership; but by far her greatest joy is being mom to four fantastic little people.
Trauma and Pelvic Care Education
Visceral Manipulation: The Pelvis with the Barral Institute (January 16-17, 2021) – Evaluation and treatment for the organ systems of the pelvic cavity, including the integration of the pelvic organs with the complex ligament systems of that body region. Studies the relationship between functional and structural mechanics of the pelvis.
Trauma First Aid with Dr. Peter Levine (April 27 – May 18, 2020) – Principles of Somatic Experiencing and Trauma, Trauma First Aid, Working with Collective Trauma, Responding to Natural Disasters.
Holistic Pelvic Care (TM) with Tami Lynn Kent (March 11-14, 2020) – Mapping internal pelvic tension patterns, female energy system and working with organ energies, pelvic and emotional trauma, birth trauma, restoring equilibrium in the pelvic space by working at the energy/body interface.