Eric Moya is a marriage, family, and child therapist and a massage therapist. For eight years, he taught a variety of subjects, including anatomy and physiology, ethics, and craniosacral therapy at the Crystal Mountain School of Massage Therapy in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and led rotations of students through clinical hospital settings.
After completing advanced training in craniosacral therapy, he became certified to teach for the Upledger Institute and began travelling to teach internationally. In 2004, he completed his master’s degree and started private practice in psychotherapy.
Eric was Director of Education for Esalen Institute for 5 years and since then has been project lead on design and implementation of a global clinical mentorship program for the International Alliance of Healthcare Educators. He is also working on the development of a new craniosacral therapy course called CST and Working with Chronic Depletion.
Eric currently resides in Monterey, California, and maintains private practices in Carmel and San Francisco, California.
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