Riding roller coasters. A bike with gears. Sleepovers and chapter books. And time for my own thoughts again. The poignant gains and losses that come with independence, this month, in Off the Mat: Reflections on the Practice of Parenting. Look for me the first Monday of every month on the Hilltown Families Blog.
“Hi Ginny, I wanted to tell you that my back has been close to 100% after maintaining a regular schedule of doing the stretching and strengthening you recommended. I’m still doing most of the main stretches that helped but no longer all of them every day.” Deb, age 67 Read more real life stories about […]
“I do all of my exercises daily and they’ve made a tremendous improvement to my everyday quality of life. My mobility is great and my pain is almost nonexistent. I can participate in athletics without feeling much wear and tear. I might even be getting a little more ‘bendy’. Thank you so much for everything.” – Ted, […]
Yoga in the classroom? A different sort, I suppose. Sit. Listen. Stay. Connecting ancient yoga philosophy to Thursday morning reading lessons, this month, in Off the Mat: Reflections on the Practice of Parenting. Look for me the first Monday of every month on the Hilltown Families Blog.
“Working with Ginny is very empowering! The way I view my body and hold my posture is very much improved, I feel empowered to have the new knowledge to work with my body to relieve pain. I have a much better understanding of how my muscles work together.” Read more real life stories about the […]
“Why poor workplace posture can lead to pain (and what to do about it)” I was pleased to see this headline show up in my news feed from The Washington Post. The reporter describes a familiar litany of positions that lead to the aches and pains of sitting too long at our desks and her […]
As the moon reaches her darkest hour, time is ripe to set intentions for ourselves. How do you intend to use the tools given to you? to handle the pressures of the coming weeks? to form healthy habits? to stay the course?
“Ginny is a caring practitioner whom I would recommend to others. She has supported me with her skills and knowledge about the body and positional therapy. She is patient with my questions and concerns. She has given me new insights into how to take care of myself.” Read more real life stories about the […]
“Will you get a certificate, Mama?” I’m grateful – most days – that my kiddo is interested in what I do and how I spend my time. My days and my work are specific enough to describe. Last week, however, I was flummoxed, unsure how to explain the day I was about to spend in […]
May your day be filled with smiles and solace, and perhaps some messy joy that turns your world upside down. Re-posting my musings n Motherhood, in this month’s Off the Mat: Reflections on the Practice of Parenting. Look for me the first Monday of every month on the Hilltown Families Blog.