The women behind
mindfulness in mOTion, INC
As educational occupational therapists, we realized that there are many hurdles to jump over when trying to make impactful and positive changes. We felt it was necessary to shift the mindset towards a new culture of how OT's can help on a larger scale by integrating mindfulness and movement to increase academic performance, life productivity, and emotional regularity throughout the lifespan.
Danielle Delorenzo is a pediatric occupational therapist and the lead occupational therapist at a local school district. She is a local business owner, published author, and professor. She is the Co-Founder of mindfulness in mOTion, INC., an occupational therapy and educational consulting company that supports individuals across a lifespan by integrating mindfulness and movement into their everyday lives.
Danielle has both a doctorate and masters degree in Occupational Therapy, postgraduate studies in Infant Mental Health, and practices with a focus on early intervention, movement, mindfulness, and their connection to academic learning.
Her professional and personal lives collided when her son sustained trauma at birth and was later diagnosed with Autism at 2.5 years old. Her mission is to empower, uplift, and educate parents, students, and professionals on all things parenting and occupational therapy with a neurodiversity affirming mindset.
Dr. Danielle Delorenzo, OTR/L, pending RYT
My /me/ Bui-Lewis is a pediatrics occupational therapist
currently practicing in the school-based setting.
She is the co-founder of mindfulness in mOTion, INC and MARs Whealthness, LLC. To combine her passion for both OT and holistic health, she is currently training to be a registered yoga teacher to promote mindfulness and movement in her practice. She has led many projects creating sensory and movement spaces in an orphanage, private clinics, and public schools to promote an organic approach to learning. Her mission is to create a healthier and more inclusive place through
education, collaboration, and empowerment.