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amidst busy preparation time, PPN Astrology still percolates

I am having the time of my life here in December 2017. Not sure how, but I am getting a LOT done. Prepping for massage school upcoming in January – selling books, packing things, studying Ethics of Touch and Pathology, etc. 314 more words

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marketing what I offer

A few months ago, I was speaking with a loving relative, when I told her about being a rare male in the field of Pre- and Perinatal therapy (PPN), plus offering biodynamic craniosacral therapy, Polyvagal bodywork, spiritual astrology and Tibetan Buddhist practices. 395 more words

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Creating space, ease follows

It is quite amazing how little adjustments can make a huge difference.

Since I returned from Canada, I have gone through my nursing school books and notes and I recycled hundreds of pages which were just sitting on my shelf gathering dust. 400 more words

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October update, thoughts after a rich Canadian journey

This is some of the wisdom I gleaned from my time in Canada, where I spent 2-weeks at a birth process work intensive workshop. Then I taught a 3-day workshop on Salt Spring Island on working with babies (primarily from a Craniosacral perspective, but we definitely included a lot of Polyvagal tracking of the autonomic nervous system and wisdom and techniques from the birth process work / pre- and perinatal therapy arena). 1,144 more words

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Yoga Retreat in beautiful Clifton Forge, VA

Thursday morning:

I’m a little nervous and activated as I will both be giving talks about the Autonomic Nervous System, Trauma Resolution and Birth Trauma (repair) and I will be giving treatments as well on Thursday and Friday. 1,345 more words

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Beginning of an interesting two months!

As if this summer could not get any more interesting… (oh – I have not had the chance to blog about my time giving almost a dozen sessions at a yoga retreat in Clifton Forge, Virginia, will do that next). 341 more words

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finally feeling better after Lyme's borreliosis

This is a post about my recovery from Lyme’s disease.  If you are a regular visitor, you may have read a previous post describing my struggle with Lyme’s disease ( 925 more words

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