We are a small but dedicated team trying to highlight the leading ideas and practices in bodymindspirit therapy, education, and practice.
Eric Moya, President
Eric Moya, Cst-D, Ms/Mfct (he/him) began his career as a massage therapist in 1996. Since then, he has completed a master's degree in marriage, family, and child therapy. Currently, he is doing doctoral work in clinical psychology and is a research assistant in psychology research lab at Fielding Graduate University. He has also completed the two-year mindfulness meditation teacher training with Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach.
In addition to 25+ years of private practice experience in bodymindspirit oriented therapy, Eric has lectured internationally on bodymindspirit topics. He has taught CST for the Upledger Institute since 2001. His professional passions are in complexity science and the integration of body, mind, and spirit oriented therapy. He is also the developer of the Systems-Informed Bodymind Therapy (SIBT) program.
He began The Idea Crucible as a way to build community and support the ongoing dialogues of bodymindspirit integration and therapy.
Linda Ciampoli, Editor
Linda Ciampoli (she, her, hers), BA, CST-T, LMT, CPD (CBI) began studying CranioSacral Therapy while living in Brooklyn, NY in 2010. She worked decades in art project management with The Museum of Modern Art, NY with Paolo Soleri's Arcosanti project, and with Japanese sculptor, Mariko Mori before diving into Upledger Institute training while living in Hong Kong. When her family arrived in Colorado, Linda continued her education toward a mssage license and post-partum doula certificate while also earning techniques level certification in CranioSacral Therapy with the Upledger Institute.
In her editor role, Linda is constantly seeking new and diverse voices to publish in the realm of bodymindspirit integration. If you are interested to become a contributor, please email Linda at [email protected]
Hattie Williams, Membership Coordinator
Hattie Williams CST-T, LMT, BBS is a "kiwi" (native of New Zealand) and lives in Chamonix, France with her family. Her roots extend around the world, with past work and life experience in the corporate internation sports industry in Sydney, Los Angeles, and London. In 2002, Hattie began learning holistic and sports massage and reiki while living in London. In 2009, she left the corporate world for a life in the beautiful French Alps.
In her Membership Coordinator role, Hattie seeks to support TIC members in getting the most out of their membership and actualizing the many possibilities of growth available in The Idea Crucible. To contact Hattie, send her an email at [email protected]