I was at a networking event last week and met someone who was really interesting. We spent a good amount of time talking and even tried to set up a coffee meeting so we could get to know each other better. But we are both so busy that we finally agreed to try connecting in another month when things ... Read More about Sorting Your Rocks From Your Pebbles and Sand
At the beginning of May, it seems all attention turns to women. We are bombarded with advertisements urging us to splurge on the special moms in our life. And so we buy flowers and jewelry, we plan brunches, we bake pretty desserts. And if we're like most women, we do all of this without regard for ... Read More about May is for Women…Especially You
As spring begins, plants and animals slowly wake from their winter hibernation. People likewise begin to spend more time outdoors – walking, gardening, golfing and playing other warm-weather sports. Spring is the season of rebirth and new beginnings. And this, not the first day of January, is the ... Read More about How to Avoid Injury While Increasing Your Activity
Over the summer and fall I worked to further my training in CranioSacral Therapy (CST). This technique uses light touch – about the weight of a nickel – to subtly manipulate your skull and spinal cord. While massage therapy focuses on muscular and skeletal issues, CST focuses on the central nervous ... Read More about The Benefits of CranioSacral Therapy
Are you one of the many people who made a New Year's resolution? Did that resolution involve a healthier lifestyle? Have you been feeling some new aches and pains after committing to your new fitness routine? I see an uptick in clients complaining of exercise-related issues around the middle to ... Read More about New Year, New Aches & Pains?