has evolved over the past twenty five years as a renowned pioneer in the field of therapeutic water education, ethics and practice. She currently serves as the Director of Aquatic Integration Institute at the AquaZen Center in Templeton, where she develops and directs Practitioner Programs with concentrations in Aquatic Integration™ & Watsu®, T’ai Chi and EASY (energy aquatic shiatsu yoga).

Cameron is the founder of Aquatic Integration Institute (Aii) and Aquatic Integration, a form of water therapy which combines Eastern meridian and point work with myofascial release, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation and breathwork and has proven highly effective in a range of clinical settings from psychological and emotional release modalities to traditional rehabilitation of orthopedic trauma and spinal cord injury. She currently specializes in the training of practitioners in Physical and Somatic Therapy practices, in spas and health centers worldwide. Her Aquatic Integration curriculum has been approved for program credit by the School of Shiatsu and Massage at Harbin Hot Springs, Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Association (WABA) and National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB).

She served as Adaptive Physical Education teacher at Oxnard and Ventura Colleges from 1987 to 2003 and as Director of Aquatics at Tri County Easter Seals from 1984 to 1999. Cameron has appeared as feature speaker at St. John’s Hospital, Ventura Polio Support Group, the California Aquatic Association, California Association for Postsecondary Education and Disability and the YMCA.

Cameron has a deep belief that health is a direct reflection of how our bodies digest and hold on to and release life’s experiences. That a key to a healthy emotional ~ physical body lies within our belief systems. Thus “treatment is a process of gently inviting people to themselves”.

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