In one of his fresh cadaver dissections, Gil Hedley made public a beautiful video showing the fluid nature of the heart. He offered another showing how the lungs inflate and deflate around this malleable heart. When I first saw these videos years ago, I began to weep. The tenderness of these strong, yet so supple organs, the supportive and receptive relationship they share was a reminder of the miracle of who we are and how we are built to be.Read More
My therapy practice is centered around the fascial and nervous systems. So most of my work is done calming the system down and encouraging the restrictions to release, creating more freedom and less pain.
Yin yoga is one of my absolute favorite modalities to use for people to achieve a calmer mind-body and to help keep or increase the gains we make in our sessions.Read More
We all have splinters in our lives--assaults that are impacting our bodies or tearing at our hearts. Injury, disease, heartbreak, loss, grief, anger and many other life events will inevitably come our way.
Often, we can change our response and find relief from physical or emotional pain through attentive focus and care…