Re-reading, and sharing, the work of Dr. Fadel Zeidan, I went back through my notes about the workshop I attended with him a few years ago. I went seeking ideas for my students with chronic pain. I returned with a little more compassion for myself. Off the Mat: Reflections on the Practice of Parenting. Join […]
Breathe in, “I am” Breathe out, “Enough”
This research is a couple of years old, yet the message remains relevant: our simplest tool for pain relief is always right under our nose. Check out these articles about the work of Dr. Fadel Zeidan on meditation & pain relief: Time Magazine: Meditation & Pain Management Study Science Daily article on Mindfulness meditation for […]
When you teach your son, you teach your son’s son. -The Talmud
Can’t make it to class this week? Looking to review a specific exercise? Want to bring these tools into everyday life? Thanks to the great folks at Mass Appeal on Channel 22, I’ve got a library of clips demonstrating simple stretches we can use in everyday life.
Home work time How do we make the time to keep our commitments to our own needs and growth? Doing our Homework, in this month’s Off the Mat: Reflections on the Practice of Parenting. Join me the first Monday of every month on Hilltown Families award winning blog.
Anyone else feeling nostalgic with school starting? Last week, I bought him size 6 shoes and was urged to watch from inside as my fourth grader got on the bus. Pigs, time, and things that fly, in this month’s Off the Mat: Reflections on the Practice of Parenting. Join me the first Monday of every month […]
Structural Yoga Remedies: An Afternoon with Lee Albert, NMT Don’t miss your chance to practice with my teacher, Lee Albert, NMT. A national presenter and highly popular Neuromuscular Therapist and yoga instructor at the world renowned Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health in Lenox, MA, Lee will first talk about Integrated Positional Therapy, then lead a gentle […]
Do long drives give you a pain in the neck? Try changing your hand positions. Hold the wheel at 8 & 4 rather than 10 & 2. Not only is this more comfortable for your shoulders & neck, it’s safer if your airbag were to inflate.
Ten toes touch tide Sucking stones out to see as it recedes. Salty tongue. Sun burnt skin. Breath and belief and beat. Repeat.