Stress Management

Feb

Meditation Resources

From three of my favorite teachers, Noah Levine, Abraham- Hicks, and Doreen Virtue ::              

Oct

Fall is such a luscious time!  We enter into the darkest months of the year, into the mystery, and begin to retreat inward.  Perhaps this natural tendency towards greater stillness and darkness accounts for the opposition we tend to feel, as expressed in Ayurveda as Vata, the dosha of Autumn.  We can feel flighty, ungrounded, full of ideas with no ...

Feb

So, who takes care of me when I'm broken? Well, recently I strained my SI joints, pretty badly. Being pregnant produces a hormone called 'relaxin' {we could all use more of that, don't you think?} which helps loosen ligaments and soft tissue in preparation for birth. It makes over-stretching easier to do, which is exactly what I suspect ...

Jan

We've all heard the familiar airline safety spiel about securing your own mask before assisting others. We've also heard the old adage about knowing how to love yourself first before attempting to know how to give love to others, or expect to know how to receive love from others. Both ...

Dec

Stress is largely caused by external factors, such as work duties or environment, relationships, finances, and others that produce and contribute to internal stress indicators [which are reviewed below].  Our bodies have not been able to keep up with the exponential 'progress' that is happening around us through industry and  modernization . We work longer hours, have more responsibilities, are ...

Dec

Exercise is, as it turns out, incredibly powerful medicine!  Need help motivating to move? Come in for a somatic coaching session, or a holistic health coaching session to discover and be supported in making your movement of choice a regular part of your life.

Dec

Pain Management Tools

Pain is debilitating. It keeps us from doing what we want to do, and what we need to do for ourselves. One client, in rehabilitation from knee replacement, avoids much needed daily stretching because it is so uncomfortable and painful.  After stategizing that she could do some more active stretching after her daily dog-walk, when she is warmed up already, ...

Jul

So, why would anyone need to learn to 'receive'? Simply, we live in a very extroverted, yang, work oriented culture, and we don't know how to be at rest.  There is a range of holding in the body that persists despite the fact that you are lying on a massage table and don't have to lift a finger. We engage ...

Jul

BodySense Magazine Summer 2011 Please enjoy this free resource!

Jul

partner massage workshop 6/4/11 guidelines for safe and effective touch The more bodywork you receive, the more in tune you will become about what feels good, and this will translate into the touch you give!  If it has been awhile since your last professional massage, schedule an appointment and remember what it feels like to fully receive, ...

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