Rebekah began her anatomy training in the sports medicine department of Smith College after chronic injuries ended her ballet career. She trained at the Kane School in New York City under the tutelage of Kelly Kane, where she later served as a Senior Expert Instructor and led coursework including Special Populations as part of the teacher training faculty.
Her ongoing study of the body includes eight cadaver dissections with Gil Hedley at New Jersey Medical School as well as with John Sharkey at the University of Dundee in Scotland, Fascia Research Summer School at Ulm University in Germany with Robert Schleip, the Functional Anatomy for Movement and Injuries Workshop at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, somatic studies with Amy Matthews, and visceral manipulation through the Barral Institute. She also counts Madeline Black, Marie-José Blom, Sara Meeks, and Irene Dowd as important influences.