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Category Archives: Self-Care
Great thoughts from a fellow body worker: Four ways to keep stress away.
How did my practice expand from massage to self-care support, since my training and certifications are in bodywork? This came gradually, through the needs of my clients.(Some of whom have been part of my practice for over a decade.) We … Continue reading
“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
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
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
Thought for the Day: “My beloved child, break your heart no longer. Each time you judge yourself, you break your own heart. You stop feeding on the love which is the wellspring of your vitality. The time has come. Your … Continue reading
My client community feeds my body and spirit. Sometimes I carry canvas bags filled with fresh produce from my clients’ gardens. You might see me loaded down with tomatoes, kale, squash, beets, lettuce, honey, or even a container of cold … Continue reading
This photo is from 1972. I’m in the baseball cap, with my brother and cousins, and it reminds me that my grandfather, and his 10 siblings, had a deep spiritual connection to the ocean. He spent his whole life a short … Continue reading
As she lay dying, my grandmother dictated a large section of the following meditation, from memory, to my Dad. She had been a lifelong avid reader, and this passage was a perfect summation of her attitude toward life. It took … Continue reading
I listened to a great interview on the Good Life Project Podcast, hosted by Jonathan Fields. Debbie Millman offered this to the listeners and I’m going to incorporate it into my new week intention. What do you think?