Regeneration with massage

The low-light, short days of winter together with the physiological stress from extreme temperatures, can practically drain the life from your body and seriously dampen your mood. Rejuvenate your health and wellness by incorporating massage therapy into your well-being routine … Continued

Massage for Springtime

Changing seasons can cause body aches. As we ease into spring, some of us may notice we’re feeling a little more achy than usual.  It can range from just being a little stiff in the joints when we first get out … Continued

Eternity in an hour

The tapestry of my bold strokes, pauses and timely ornamentations are what facilitate the possibility for me within creating what great artists of sound, words and pictures, meant when they speak of ‘holding infinity’. ‘Everything is possible in the palm … Continued

The most used joint

A very fascinating and challenging piece of anatomy is the understanding of the temporo-mandibular joint (TMJ), its function and dysfunction. Normally we don’t open our mouths just a little bit… haha… Being the most used joint in the body and … Continued

Meditation is breath

Life is breath, what connects one touch with another is also breath and that in the art of meditation play an important role. Yoga without full breathing is limited structural and energetic benefit.  So also a meditation course without fully breathing … Continued

Christmas ~ Deep in time therapy

For doing a good session I need to know ‘where’ the person is coming from. A history checklist of past diseases, contraindications, and current complaints is not a history. “Taking a history case” means getting to know the person, not … Continued

Therapeutic elaboration of eternity

All the ‘times’ we’ve lived are part of us, but some of them hold us back and some pull us forward, just like segments of a body being ‘in or out of place’ regarding the structural alignment, or maybe ‘in … Continued

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