Joints Are for the Journey

What about joints? As a Registered Massage Therapist, I have been formally trained in working with the soft tissues of the body. But without joints, these tissues wouldn’t have much to do. Your joints allow for mobility. I mean really… your muscles, ligaments and...

Why Dream-stealers Want You to “show a little humility”

Last week, stubbornness, this week humility. If you want to make some real shifts in the realization that you are important, what you want is important, and finding support that will help you find out what you really want is doable… If that describes you, read on… The...

What a 5 Year Old Injury Taught Me About Being Stubborn

  Ok, so first of all, this injury isn’t actually 5 years old. Rather the injury came as a result of playing an all-out, full-contact, to-the-death game of “freeze tag” with my 5 year old, his friend and her father, who is a friend of ours. (Am...

Colitis, Crohn’s and the Crusader

Chances are you know somebody who is suffering from Colitis, Crohn’s or some other Irritable Bowel Disorder, right? Right. Get this… according to Healthline.com irritable bowel disorders didn’t really exist 100 years ago Perhaps due to our neurotic tendencies around...

How to Spot (and help) Someone Who Suffers from Woundology

The last couple of posts I’ve done have been around the idea of curing vs. healing and some reasons why some folks just don’t seem to get better. I had mentioned a term, woundology, coined by Carolyn Myss in her book, Why People Don’t Heal and How...

Cure vs. Heal

Last week, I offered you 5 reasons why some heal while some don’t. In that video, I mentioned that there is a difference between Healing and Curing. Today we will dive deeper into that.   Let’s start by looking at the definitions from dictionary.com:...