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About Ladan Nabet (she/they)

I practice precise and subtle forms of bodywork and energy work.  

My primary tools come from repatterning the nervous system and Traditional East Asian Medicine, an evolving study of nature within and without. They come from my love of fluid movement and nourishing stillness. They also come from a desire to be present to life by transforming the ways our bodies hold unintegrated history and experiences. 

I'm drawn to processes which support insight and harmony in our bodies, our lineages, and our communities.


Trauma Resolution

Traditional East Asian Medicine & Bodywork

  • Licensed Acupuncturist (Maryland)
  • Tri-State College of Acupuncture (NY), M.S. in Acupuncture
  • Sports Medicine Acupuncture Complete Post-Graduate Training (Matt Callison, L.Ac., Brian Lau, L.Ac.--postural assessment, specialized needling, manual muscle testing, corrective exercises)
  • Zheng Gu Tui Na Structural and Visceral Bodywork (Tom Bisio, L.Ac., Jen Resnick, L.Ac.)
  • Visceral Manipulation; Distance Healing using Osteopathic Philosophies (Carey Benenson Taussig, D.O. (IT))
  • The Gut Brain; The Social Nervous System (Katherine Ukleja, DO, RCST)

Traditional Norse Seidr Healing Practices


  • Somatic Explorations in Continuum, Authentic Movement, Body-Mind Centering
  • Yoga Teacher Training--200 hr
  • BFA, Drama--NYU Tisch School of the Arts
  • Iranian and Settler Colonialist/English Ancestry
  • Influences of the land, elements and peoples--Northern Central Maryland, New York City, Sante Fe, Costa Rica