Holiday time, 2019

I am loving fall this year, really paying attention to how the trees transform, with leaf color and leaf drop.

Amazing leaf I found in my yard! How do trees do this?

The longer nights invite introspection, dreaming of this transition to a new season, new year, and new decade. It is critical for our future on this planet that we really look at how we can live lives with more respect for the welfare of all, including the earth itself. It’s time for a new paradigm about power and love. The old ways are on their way out.

What are the changes that you want to see — and be — in this new decade?

Are you in?

I’ve been making a lot of soup — especially my green detox broth reverse-engineered from The Soup Peddler (text me for the recipe) and trying various mushroom soup recipes. So far, Hungarian mushroom soup wins for flavor!

Look for my winter newsletter in the next week or two.

If you are looking for holiday gift ideas, check out my Self-Care Tools and Books page for foot massage sandals, the Therapeutica Sleeping Pillow, the best shoulder tension relaxer I’ve found (Gaiam Pressure Point Roller), and more.

Holiday hours: I’ll be closing at 3 pm on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve and closed all day on Christmas and New Year’s Day.

If holiday stress has gotten to you, I recommend craniosacral therapy to help rebalance your nervous system. I’ll be open all day Dec. 26 and 27 and half a day on Dec. 31.

I’m taking time off for another 10-day silent meditation course — closing January 1-14. My online booking system has these times blocked from scheduling, so this is just a heads-up notice.

If you determine that 2020 is the time to finally address your TMJ tension and pain, I’d be honored to have you come in for the free 30-minute consultation and set up a TMJ Relief session (or 5 sessions for a discount).

I’m still designing the Yoga for the Jaw class I plan to offer in 2020, looking for a studio with props to host the first one as early as February.

I’m also prepared to meet with dental office staff to share what I do for TMJ relief and learn what they are doing.

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