My current research investigates grammatical encodings of spatial meanings across twenty-five Tibeto-Burman languages of the broader Himalayan region. Languages in this geologically diverse area have especially rich systems of spatial classification. This is collaborative work with Kristine Hildebrandt (Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville), Nathaniel Sims (UC Santa Barbara), and Alexia Fawcett (UC Santa Barbara). One current paper specifically examines the grammatical instantiation of Associated Motion and Direction in these languages. It is aimed at expanding existing typologies and our understanding of how these systems are structured, used, and developed.