Loosen your bone, Wilma. This was the quote on my calendar yesterday, “Loosen your bone, Wilma.” This reference to Wilma from the cartoon, The Flintstones, was quite fitting as I was heading off for a short get-away to “loosen up.” A little change of scenery helps to refresh the mind, body, and spirit. I like […]
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Sobbing or acting out? Growth may be the culprit The sun, warmth, and outdoors are the perfect catalysts for growth in your children. With that growth comes two common challenges to being a parent — pain and dis-regulation. As a parent, there is nothing more heart breaking to have a sobbing child in the middle […]
All the miles of walking and running has got you wondering if it’s time to get new shoes. I know, the shoes you have are so comfortable! It’s so hard to find a pair that feels right. Despite all of the technology and expert advice at the sports stores, I find there are two, more […]
UVC Lamps- What do they do? The coronavirus continues to be a concern and your safety is of utmost importance. This UVC lamp (pictured) is a way we are going the extra mile for you. Are you sensitive to chemical cleaners? This space age looking lamp is another way we keep everything as sterile as […]
So much to celebrate! This great nation turns 244 You’ve survived three+ months into the Covid altered world Summer is here, with full-on heat and humidity! For some of you the holiday weekend is a time to kick back and relax, for others its a time to get outdoors on a trail. I’m re-sharing the […]
As the weather warmed you emerged from corona quarantine. Over the past few months, you’ve been coping with work and school transitions for yourself or family. The working from home thing meant stuck in a chair for hours. Your newfound baking skills have resulted to the infamous “quarantine 10/15/20” pounds. As our clients have returned […]
A positive outcome of the stay at home time has been a resurgence in bicycle riding. Are you trying to teach your child to ride so they can enjoy the thrills of bike riding too? For a child, a bicycle represents freedom. The ability to get out and about on their own is a significant […]
Bridging®-based moves to organize growing bodies While it may seem like life has been stuck on the ‘pause’ button, your children keep growing. This growth can cause both physical and emotional stress.
Active time causing new aches and pains? The weather is warming! Your newly organized day has active time planned in. You are out and about more. Great! Your legs, however, are protesting. In recent weeks I’ve heard from people that their legs are not so happy with all the walking and running happening.
Boundaries and organization to your day facilitate active time too! Our newsletters have focused recently on ways to use movement to organize and calm given all the turmoil in the external world. This edition provides a tactical focus supporting a more structured, productive day, and calmer household. It’s magical how much a visual plan makes […]