Category : Craniosacral Therapy
Cultivating Presence
1 year, 10 months ago Comments Off on Cultivating Presence

Moments of meeting and acknowledging, of listening and offering Each sensation has its own story that seeks to be heard. Bonnie Badenoch I spent 2017 studying Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) with Bonnie Badenoch. We started each day with a practice of embodiment so we could focus and respond to energy and information a little differently. Starting from the ground, we moved our awareness upward through our bodies, noticing sensations and resting in them. In this way we were meeting and integrating parts […]

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More Movement for Back Pain
4 years, 6 months ago Comments Off on More Movement for Back Pain

Most of us in this confused and brutal world try to carve out a private life of our own, a life in which we can be happy and peaceful and yet live with the things of this world…When you look a little more closely, not only at your own life but also at the world, you will see that what you are—your daily life, what you think, what you feel—is the external world, the world about you. Talks with American […]

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3 Lessons from the trees on being Rooted and Grounded
7 years ago Comments Off on 3 Lessons from the trees on being Rooted and Grounded

Autumn in Canada: A season for witnessing rapid change. 3 Lessons from the trees on being Rooted and Grounded. I love this time of year. The crisp smell of autumn is everywhere.  As the leaves change, there is the glorious final burst of colour before they fall, or are whipped off the trees by great gusting winds, creating moments of excitement and chaos.  As days go by, the sky turns grey and I can feel the naked trees going to […]

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