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.
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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 […]
Organization is calming to the senses, literally. What’s with all the cleaning and organizing? Did Marie Kondo drop a new show? The organizing bug finally got me. I’d avoided the big closet organizing project in my home office for over a year. I even explained to a friend via photos to show why it […]
Bridging®-based Primal Movements for Survival Most days it feels like all we’re doing is merely surviving. Sometimes that’s ok. Every day I think I’m doing better, then some random news story throws me back into worry. In the Maslow hierarchy of needs we find ourselves having our security challenged daily. Security is in the bottom […]
How are you faring with the new ways of working (and learning) from home (WFH)? Does your daily routine look like a BINGO card filled with ZOOM, webinar, online workspaces, or classes? Have you left space in the day to get outdoors? Over the past few weeks the variety in my day consists of which […]
How are you faring in these strange times? I’ve been using many tools to keep my composure — run, walk, journal, healthy cooking, and sleep. I’m also checking in with friends, family, and neighbors. The one common calming activity that challenges me is meditation. When I stop, my mind doesn’t — it kicks into high […]
Eighteen years on this journey Reflections … I could never have imagined where this journey helping people overcome their movement and developmental challenges would take me. Such a long way from my earlier career in engineering and power systems! Surprisingly, there are so many similarities. The power system principles and physics are my go-to when […]
Early life traumas surface in some unsuspecting ways Clothing sensitivity It makes parents crazy when their children only wear one type of shirt and pants, or refuse to wear underwear or anything on their feet. The emotional or behavioral reactions spiral downward quickly. The level of stress in the entire family is palpable. From an […]
Sometimes our clients tell it best … A freak fall got this mom surgery and weeks off of her feet A client who sees us annually for a tune-up let us know she had fallen before the holidays. The freak fall fractured her lower right leg (tibia) and left foot, requiring surgery to repair her […]