Ute Niemuth grew up in Europe and lives in NYC and Berlin. In addition to seeing students in NYC, she works as an artist, body worker, and teacher for dance and performance art in the US, Europe, and Asia. She is skilled in Somatic Psychotherapy and Chinese culture and language.
What I find particularly attractive about the Diamond Approach is that it takes its attitude of "allowing everything to be there exactly how it is" really seriously. When I started working with my first teacher in the Diamond Approach it took me a while to really grasp that he meant it, when he was inviting me to just really look at what is there--not in certain parameters, not filtered by anything, not just some things, but not others--he really encouraged me to let it all be there. That was the very first taste of real genuine freedom that I ever experienced in my life, and it keeps inspiring me to continue inquiring--no matter what presents itself.