Sunbaked and Dried

Two weeks ago, I went to New Mexico to be part of a group of about forty people helping to put one of several new coats of adobe mud on a large beautiful building that is dear to my heart. It was simple and beautiful work, a full-bodied labor of...

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Window Jumping

Let’s admit it from the get go: change is scary. We build bulwarks against it and keep piles of rationalizations under our beds. Our bank accounts protect us by never getting quite big enough to grasp our dreams. Our closest friends and...

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Worth the Wait

People who have the time and assets to receive bodywork notice the benefits. Repeat clients come back because they feel better. This is true even if they can’t clearly explain how. A repeat client already has a level of trust and comfort with...

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Embodied Liberation

Sage Hayes from Embodied Liberation interviews Margaret Rosenau, Owner and Lead Instructor at the School of Inner Health. They engage in a fascinating discussion on the biodynamic approach to craniosacral therapy and its relationship to social...

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Life Calls Us

Life calls us to the unexpected daily. Each day we can answer the call. Some days we embrace the unknown and find excitement and possibility. Other days, from our first cup of coffee to the last light of the sun, we dig trenches, hoping to hide...

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Who Are You Now?

Happy New Year Everyone!! New Year’s is a global period of orienting, a time to take stock, begin again, decide to do things differently, consider what has come before. January 1st announces a new year in the Gregorian Calendar. But that is not...

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