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Gregory Gaiser

HAKOMI Trainer
P.C., C.M.T., CHP
Longmont, Colorado
Hakomi Central Team (USA)

Gregory Gaiser

Gregory Gaiser, (demi-gender; pronouns: he/they) resides in Longmont, CO, the ancestral homeland of the Northern Arapaho people. After the U.S. government broke an 1860s treaty with several tribes, the Northern Arapaho lost their land and were forced onto the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming. Gregory is a Pastoral Counselor offering spiritual direction work and has served as the Lead Trainer for Hakomi Southwest since 2010. He has also served as an associate instructor with both the Right Use of Power Institute (devoted to ethics with heart) and the Matrix Leadership Institute (devoted to group work and developing a sense of community in all group settings). He first studied Hakomi in 1983 with founder Ron Kurtz, Pat Ogden, and Phil Del Prince. He worked with Dr. Ogden for many years at the beginning of the development of her work – first called Hakomi Bodywork and then later on called Hakomi Integrative Somatics. He trained in Somatic Experiencing in the early 1990s and again in 2010. Gregory was on the faculty of the Boulder College of Massage Therapy teaching various courses emphasizing the body-mind-spirit connection. While there Gregory co-developed with Amber Elizabeth Gray, a graduate level course entitled Trauma And The Body, which offered skillful, attuned bodywork to trauma survivors including families of Columbine High School and survivors of the Bosnian War. His life’s work is about helping folks in the embodied application of spiritual principles to their relationships with themselves, their partnerships and families, and their communities.



 Online Therapy Available
 Available for Supervision
 Available for Certification

Contact Info

PHONE: 650-919-3103

ADDRESS: 1126 Sherman St., Longmont, Colorado 89501 (United States)