If you have been to my blog in the past, you might have seen me write, "What goes around comes around." I don't know who said it originally, and I don't much care, I just know that my Dad said it quite a bit when I was growing up. I took it to mean that things go out of fashion for one … Read more about Working Out At Home
Massage and Pilates, what does one have to do with the other? While it may seem as though they have nothing in common, let me present you with these words and we will proceed from there. One relieves pain and the other helps to prevent injury in the first place. During my career as a masseuse, I … Read more about Massage and Pilates
I am excited to report the results of our last workshop to increase flexibility and movement. I recently enjoyed seeing a dear long-term client for her massage appointment. She thanked me for our workshop and told me she kept practicing the exercises she remembered. When I worked on her neck, her … Read more about Flexibility and Movement Class
As a massage therpaist, a practitioner in The Healing Arts and a caregiver, I have spent most of my time doing what I think should be done or what I have to do. I love my work and I've enjoyed being helpful to people I've taken care of, but I'm at a point in my life where I want to start doing … Read more about Massage Therapist and Voice Actor?
My nutritionist has been encouraging me to eat less meat and add more veggies to my daily eating plan. That is not something I have a problem with because I just love vegetables.Growing up,my parents had gardens, and as children my siblings and I would go out and pick fresh cucumbers, tomatoes and … Read more about Meatless Meal
Resistance and weight training are just as important to our overall well-being as Aerobic forms of exercise. As someone who has been in the Holistic side of the wellness industry for over 30 years now, I know for a fact the men and women who age well are those who have eaten wisely and exercised … Read more about Personal Training Tools
Squatting in Style Coping During this Economic Crisis Part I I have often joked with my friends that I should write a book about squatting in style; I believe it’s a tongue in cheek double entendre. I love to exercise and squatting is one of the fundamentals of exercise, but it also refers to … Read more about Coping with the Economic Crisis!!
Here, where I live in Brevard County Florida, we are known for being a hospitable community. In our area we give back, and as a result there are many organizations which help life to be richer and fuller made possible by the efforts of volunteers. My friend Ellen spends time volunteering at our … Read more about Volunteering
It is so rewarding to see a well-respected and prestigious medical facility like the Mayo Clinic endorse a form of exercise I have advocated for years. As a body worker, I am also impressed by how Tai chi makes you use the legs and hips for motion and strength. When one attempts the Tai chi form, … Read more about Tai chi and the Mayo Clinic…