we heal, together.


Creating conditions for embodied liberation

Sage at Pacifica Graduate Institute presenting Somatic Practice with Building Courage + Capacity workshop at the USABP conference

Sage at Pacifica Graduate Institute presenting Somatic Practice with Building Courage + Capacity workshop at the USABP conference

Available for one-on-one transformative support, workshops and trauma-informed program design

Booking online consults and personal sessions available for the fall, email to book.

SE Small Group Online Case consultations

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  • Integrating SE and Bodywork, Sept 16, 7-830pm EST

  • Integrating SE and social justice, October 16, 7-830 EST

  • Integrating SE and Bodywork, Nov 12, 7-830pm EST

    All SE students welcome. $40

    .5 group case consult credit for students at all levels

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Somatic Experiencing Personal and Individual Case Consult Provider -- All levels



Somatic experiences in psychotherapeutic and body therapy trauma treatment: How we can learn through healing encounter processes to regulate our nervous systems and feel safe and reserved again

Article presented at the 2018 European Somatic Experiencing Conference and published in this book.

Article: Building Courage and Capacity.  Somatic Practice with Marginalized Populations

Article available upon request




Embodiment, pleasure and safety with Sage Hayes

Explore More Summit interview: Neurobiology, vigilance, messiness + pleasure:

What folks say about working with Sage:

"Sage has a heart as big as the ocean. What more can I say.... she lives breathes walks and talks SE and it is obvious."

"Big fan. Very contagious energy. I felt like it was more than just listening, but also a whole body experience."

"In the 29 years that I've been living with that trauma, I had never felt so safe and held with the experience, I'm still feeling blown away by our session and your ability to be with me. So much gratitude!!!"

"I love working with you. I love your openness and humility and measured thoughtful responses. I'm glad to have you as a kindred spirit on this path at the same time."

"Sage was awesome, l made connections that still surprise me."

"I love how lively and spontaneous Sage is, and really valued the safety aspect for me of Sage's gender queerness. I felt profoundly seen and heard."

"Sage embodies SE in her cells, heart, and beautiful connection and sharing. She is always genuinely interested in what I say and has helpful relevant ideas. She is not in a rush and has no agenda but to share the space and see what arises."

"Provides a lovely and safe container and has a great SE style. Very sensitive to my needs."

"Sage creates such a safe and happy environment, where I feel fully accepted and safe."

Sage Hayes

Sage Hayes, SEP, LMT, Biodynamic Craniosacral, Family Constellations practitioner

Sage Hayes, SEP, LMT, Biodynamic Craniosacral, Family Constellations practitioner

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Sage offers a unique integrated approach to therapeutic change and transformation. Offering Somatic Experiencing (SE), craniosacral therapy and bodywork. Sage facilitates thoughtful reflection and embodied change particular to each client's intentions.  

Somatic Experiencing, craniosacral therapy and intuitive coaching are favorite modalities in my practice.  Together we identify stuck habits within the body-mind which may not be serving your biggest dreams and desires. We navigate thoughtfully and build on inner coherence while resolving old habits along the way.

Mission of my work:  Thoughtfully support healing individual + collective trauma, foster relational trust and connections, reduce fear and increase peace.  More about Sage's background here. 

Current Projects:

  • Assisting Somatic Experiencing trainings: Perth & Melbourne, Australia, New Zealand and Austin, TX

  • Somatic Experiencing Basics Workshop teacher

  • Deepening Therapeutic Touch workshop

  • Private practice based on travel schedule

  • Online photography gallery

  • Leadership team of the Somatic Experiencing Working Group for Racial Justice

Look for It, Pecha Kucha, Portland, Maine. April 2017.