June 30, 2020

What Makes A Successful Lesson

Recently in working with one of my older clients (he’s 87 years old but still very sharp mentally) I noticed what goes into a lesson. It’s not the actual movements […]
June 4, 2020

Comorbidities and their Contribution to Those Dying from the Virus

Many thanks to Bill Maher… For articulating what I have been thinking and feeling for some time now. That the response to the Pandemic here in the United States has […]
April 29, 2020

Resilient Breathing for Calming the Fearful Mind

Our Nervous System can get turned on in times of stress and stay in a state of prolonged activation. We may feel anxious, tense, unable to sleep and our digestion […]
April 23, 2020

Centering and Grounding in These Uncertain Times

Centering has to do with the human skill of being in Contact with oneself. We want to sense ourselves from within and cultivate mindfullness, so we can be resilient and make […]