Suffering from sinus problems and teeth clenching or grinding? This is the missing link to healing both issues.
The other day while listening to Balance: In search of the lost sense by Scott McCredie I had an epiphany about movement, headaches and vestibular deficits. Humans have evolved to live bipedal, on the ground and able to travel great distances. Walking, jogging, running, skipping, and jumping are all very instinctual to us and that… Continue reading Tension headache relief in 2 minutes – or less!
Take a deep breath. This is a touchy one. Talking falls is uncomfortable but taking a fall has a far steeper consequence. Falls contribute to a rapid health decline in people over 65 and older and 2/3 of people who fall once, will fall again within 6 months. I'm not here to scare you with… Continue reading You Really CAN Prevent Falls
Welcome to Happy Feet A guide to minimal footwear and how to transition If you have ever wondered what people wore before Nikes and stilettos, you are already on the right track. If you have ever wondered how the foot really works and how it might affect your body, you have found the right blog… Continue reading Happy Feet | Introduction
Word on the street is that chronic pain is resistant to treatment. It's pain you'll have to manage forever and there's no telling where it came from or if it will ever go away. If you ask me, that's an unacceptable response given the magnitude of symptoms chronic pain sufferers deal with. Unfortunately, we are… Continue reading Chronic Pain, A Hard Truth
Take a deep breath. Your Prana flows like a wide, deep river. The Prana, the under current, moves with a relentless strength, the momentous force of life feeding itself. The body tissue, the surface water, moves smoothly, held by gravity, achieving homeostasis. Take a deep breath. Feel the river flowing, steady, wide, deep, continuous, rejuvenating.… Continue reading Restorative Partner Yoga
It's difficult to avoid trauma. From car accidents to assaults to childhood concussions, our traumas seem to follow us closely. We are often able to recount the incident in such detail that the depth of emotion feels less like a memory and more like a current state. Going as far as remembering what we wore,… Continue reading Trauma Snapshots