From time to time, my friend Julie Klutinoty shares some of her experience and expertise with us. Today, she is examining the differences between Pilates and Yoga. As a Certified Pilates and Yoga Teacher for over 30 years, one of the most common questions I find myself answering is, “What is … Read more about The Difference Between Yoga and Pilates
Marketing? Business? What does either of these things have to do with massage therapy? Let me tell you. When I started my business, there were no Massage Envy operations to work for. I had to market my assage Business and build my own clientele. I started Networking before Networking groups were a … Read more about Marketing Your Business
Today, our post has been written by Julie Klutinoty. Julie has been training and giving classes in Yoga and Pilates for years. In fact, we started working together in both of these disciplines for a number of years. This post is about Pilates, what it is and the history of it, and how it can help … Read more about The Pilates Method
We want to welcome Harry Stiles. He is once again our guest blogger with helpful news and suggestions for families as well as our people who are in their later years. Thank you, Harry, for your great advice. Ready for Anything: How Disabled People Can Adapt Their Homes for … Read more about How Disabled People Can Adapt Their Homes for Parenthood
Can there really be such a thing as too much jocularity? Everyone has different ways to express their stress. One of my ways of relieving stress is through humor. I have had to learn to tone it down a bit when I was younger my humor was more biting and … Read more about Too Much Jocularity
My friend, Audra Irwin is a Life Coach. I have known her for several years and although we don't see each other that often these days, we do keep in touch. I have a standing invitation for all the people in my life who inspire me to contribute to my blog. Audra sent me this prayer. It is one that … Read more about Audra Irwin, Life Coach
I have been a body worker for 33 years. I enjoy meeting people and working on people very much. The best part about having as much experience as I do is that I can be helpful on a different level. … Read more about Massage For Health
Guest post by my dear friend Julie Klutinoty "It had been almost two years since we moved mom into the ALF (assisted living facility) where she was becoming quite comfortable. … Read more about Mourning is a Physical Thing
Clients will often ask my advice to help prevent injuries. One of the easiest ways to prevent injuries is to warm up and stretch before you exercise. … Read more about Is It Important to Stretch and Warm Up?
Guest Post today by Julie kKutinoty Traveling to various cities, states and continents is a wonderful way to experience unique and different cultures, climates and terrains. To be properly prepared, there are many details to consider. One of these details being altitude. For many years I have … Read more about The Oxygen Apothecary
Long before Essential Oils began to become popular, I used them in my practice to help people with pain, stress relief, and other ailments. Essential Oils can be a powerful alternative to over the counter medications, but you have to know how to use them properly and you have to make certain they … Read more about Healing With Essential Oils
Guest post today from Harry Cline. Thank you, Harry, for sharing your insights with us. Most seniors want to age in place, but few of them live in homes suited to the needs of aging owners. Living in a home that doesn’t meet your needs is more than an inconvenience — it can also put your health … Read more about Is Your Home Safe For Aging In Place ?