Monthly Archives: July 2014

What is Chi Running?

 “I’d love to start running, but my knees…” So, let’s talk about injury-free running. It is possible, using a gentle form called Chi Running. This practice combines a forward lean, neutral arm swing, mid-foot strike, and engaging the core, to … Continue reading

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SF Marathon Self-Care All-Stars

A 70-year-old client, who ran a marathon for the first time A 30-year-old friend, a veteran marathoner, who had to withdraw the day before, due to illness My client made the completion of this goal a birthday gift. She was … Continue reading

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Fear of Failure or Fear of Action?

Let’s be clear: It’s not fear of failure that keeps most people stuck. It’s fear of action, any action. I’m writing about stubborn inaction, rather than pausing, or taking a legitimate time-out. It takes courage to admit inaction, if we … Continue reading

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Intention for the Week

“You’ll never be effective if you’re convinced tomorrow needs to be better than today, because this belief stems from resistance to the present—and the present is where your power lies.” – Lori Deschene

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