We strive to be an accessible business. If there’s anything we can do to make your visit to the 1:1 studio or to any of our events more comfortable, please don’t hesitate to reach out in advance. If you require accommodations that aren’t on this list, please let us know – we are constantly working to improve equitable access.

Accessible Entrance

We have an accessible entrance located on the Locust Street side of the Arcade Bulding – that’s the side the Old Post Office is on. You will only be able to access the lobby via the accessible door – to get into the building, you will need my key fob. (This is the same for all guests, at all entrances, at all times – all guests at Arcade must be accompanied by a tenant for access.) Please feel free to text me at (314) 332-1170 prior to your arrival and I’ll make sure everything goes 100% smoothly for you.

Accessible Breathwork Positioning

I offer two options for breathwork sessions. I have a height-adjustable massage table for clients who may not be comfortable getting up and down from the floor. The table is rated to hold up to 600 pounds of working weight. Or you may also choose to do your breathwork on a yoga mat on the floor, if you prefer. Some clients feel more grounded working on the floor. I have different types of blankets and pillows for comfort.


I am autistic and ADHD, and I began pursuing education in breathwork and nervous system regulation specifically for that reason! So I am pretty well-versed in the challenges that can come about in this type of session – please rest assured that whatever you need to feel comfortable is okay. This is a safe and nurturing space, and you won’t be asked to do anything you’re not comfortable with. Whether you’re not feeling like you want to follow the most activated path through your breathwork journey, not feeling talkative, need physical space, need movement or to change positions, or need special assistance with getting the breath right… please just let me know and I will be happy to help you figure it all out. I believe this is important work for us! If you are just feeling nervous and want someone to walk you through what’s going to happen at an event ahead of time – please drop me a note and I will be happy to do so.

Sensory-Friendly Environment

If there are any accommodations I can make that will improve your comfort during your session, please let me know. Lighting is generally dim, and the building is very quiet. Music will be playing during your session. I can adjust the volume if needed. I have blankets of different weights and textures, as well as a fan, in case you have sensory preferences around body temperature. Eye masks are available for purchase if you forgot to bring yours from home. I can also totally rustle up a Squishmallow if you want one.

Accessible Seating

We have multiple accessible seating areas both inside and outside the studio.

Accessible/Gender Neutral Restrooms

We have public, gender-neutral, accessible bathrooms available on multiple floors of the building.

Accessible Website

I am currently improving the website to meet current accessibility standards. If you have any issues with the site, please reach out and I will help you in any way I can! Many WordPress themes are not 100% compliant out of the box, so I will be working on this as quickly as I’m able.

Service Animals

Your trained service animal is welcome at the 1:1 studio and/or at any of our events! If you will be bringing a service animal to your 1:1 appointment, please let me know in advance and we will happily accommodate them during your session with a bed, water, and anything else they might need! Please be aware that live classes often involve quite a bit of virgorous drumming to keep the tempo, and live sessions use moderately loud atmospheric music.