Hi Folks, In these past three weeks, I’ve been reminded daily of the usefulness of the tools I teach others. The mornings I spend even a little bit of time on my mat moving, breathing and/or giving myself Reiki, I manage better. The days I get outside for even a short walk, I feel more […]
Whenever animals in the forest are wounded, they rest. They look for a very quiet place and just stay there wihtout moving for many days. They know it’s the best way for their body to heal. During this time they may not even eat or drink. The wisdom of stopping and healing is still alive […]
Have you benefited from Integrated Positional Therapy (IPT)? Does Reiki help you relax and de-stress? Do you want to protect access to these and other holistic health practices in Massachusetts? If so, please support S665, the Massachusetts Consumer Access and Right to Practice Complementary and Alternative Health Care Act. Tuesday is the hearing for […]
The leg bone’s connected to the…back bone….
Curious about IPT bodywork? Want to send your friends & family who can’t make weekday appointments? Book a Saturday session! During Integrated Positional Therapy bodywork, you lay fully clothed on a massage table. I place your body in specific, comfortable positions in which you can fully relax and use facilitated stretches to release tension in […]
Your muscles will do exactly what you train them to do. – Lee Albert
Oppose the Bodyworks Bill Hearing, Monday, October 28. Please act now! Do you use holistic, complementary, or alternative health practices? Pending state legislation would seriously limit access to holistic health care, ban teaching of holistic practices like Reiki and Integrated Positional Therapy outside of state licensed schools, and potentially put practitioners like me out of […]
What a joy to train new Reiki practitioners!
May this poem offer solace as it did eighteen years ago. ODE TO KEEPING QUIET Now we will count to twelve and we will all keep still. This one time upon the earth, let’s not speak any language, let’s stop for one second, and not move our arms so much. It would be a delicious […]
Five years after starting as a contributing writer on the Hilltown Families blog, it’s time to put down my pen. In my final column, I draw on Frost’s ode to the fleeting beauty of spring to express my grief and gratitude for my son’s childhood. Outgrown, in this month’s Off the Mat: Reflections on the […]