STREAM stands for...
Scar Tissue Remediation, Education, and Management

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Ellen Heed is a pioneer and expert in therapeutic scar tissue remediation and integrative health. 

With over 20 years spent teaching anatomy and physiology, doing hands-on and hands-in bodywork, and training others

to use her multidisciplinary approach, Ellen is now bringing STREAM's leading-edge philosophy and methodologies to students across the globe.

Ellen is an expert on scar tissue and has helped hundreds of women heal from pain and discomfort caused by pelvic floor trauma and injury. She's now sharing her knowledge and insights with practitioners online and in person worldwide.

 

STREAM training is for practitioners of all stripes looking to connect the dots between scar tissue, client narratives, and physical symptoms. 

Ellen holds a Ph.D. in somatic psychology, her dissertation a groundbreaking work on the nature of whole-body health and pelvic floor scar remediation.

 

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STREAM is scar tissue remediation, education, and management for people seeking autonomy, relief from pain, and health you can feel in your body. 

 

STREAM certified practitioners meet you where you are—they tune in to your story and your state, holding space to discover, assess, and connect the dots in professional relationship.

Through meaningful education, facilitated self-discovery and mapping processes, STREAM works to resolve pain and blockage from scars–both physical and unseen.

Are you a doula, massage therapist, health coach, or other helping professional looking to uplevel your skills? We have three brand new programs for that!

Do you have pain or prolapse due to scars? Are you looking to connect with a STREAM practitioner? We can help you.

You've come to the right place!

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For Professionals Looking
to Shift the Paradigm

STREAM is about working with scar tissue–

both seen and unseen.

The relationship between scar tissue, emotions,  biochemistry, and biomechanics is inextricable.

To remediate scars of all kinds, we must challenge the mind-body split. Our bodies, emotions, thoughts, beliefs, and symptoms are intimately connected, yet distinct. Respecting this paradigm of holistic inclusion shifts healthcare toward
increased efficacy.

STREAM practitioners include massage therapists, pelvic floor PTs, nurse practitioners, midwives and doulas, yoga teachers, health coaches, psychologists, educators, and more...

if you work with clients who have pain and blockage, then STREAM could be your ticket

to change your paradigm–and your world.