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May 26, 2016

In my practice, I see how stress, (defined as a force that tends to compress or twist the body), impacts almost everyone’s body, causing contortions that alter an existing equilibrium and, in turn, affect thoughts and emotions. The hard work of life — maintaining our homes, feeding ourselves healthy food, caring for those around us […]

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May 19, 2016

This article uses the archetype of a mother. You do not need to be a mother of a child to celebrate the quality of creating a taking care of something or someone. As women, we do not all choose to have children but we all have the feminine ability to hold, create and nourish our […]

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May 5, 2016

I am in a movement class for teachers with 100 other adults. The instructor pulls out jump ropes. Within five minutes, most of the women are running to the bathroom. I never realized how universal pelvic floor weakness is for women and I vowed to help women fix this problem — and the answer is […]

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