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Category Archives: Movement
I walked down the street to the Atrium building in the Palisades, a place I had considered for my own office space. The place I looked at years before was the exact one where Dan’s office is! Synchronicity told me … Continue reading
It’s important that we have the tools we need to be in control of our well-being. When I see a new patient, I give them a little Welcome Packet that includes tips on what they can do for themselves to … Continue reading
My fig tree has sprouted some new greenery and I have seen our first tiny baby fig. Springtime is upon us. Life is bursting out of the sleepy winter months. Here in LA the weather is in the high 70’s … Continue reading
I have been going spinning pretty regularly since my last spinning post. What I have to say in this update is: Jeff Wells! Jeff Wells! Jeff Wells! Jeff Wells is an amazing spinning teacher. He is so high energy and fun! His … Continue reading
I am not referring to the spinning of Grateful Dead shows where girls in flowery dresses spin in circles to various tunes, such as Sugar Magnolia, although I could write a whole post about that… I’m talking about Spinning- the stationary cycling craze … Continue reading
I’d been feeling overwhelmed and unable to shake it. Carmen suggested i see an applied kinesiologist. Applied kinesiology (AK) is a branch of chiropractic medicine. The theory is that every organ dysfunction and emotion is accompanied by a weakness in a corresponding muscle. Continue reading