When it comes to our bodies, we tend to think of symptoms and illnesses that show up as bad. We may assign hierarchy to the many things that can happen in a physical body and think, “This is good,” or, “this is going on, but it’s not so bad,” and “Oh that is really bad.” During times of stress,
Trauma, defined by Wikipedia, is 1) damage to the biological organism, 2) damage to the psyche, and 3) damage to the social life. The word trauma invokes images of people whose lives have been upset because of natural disasters, accidents, death, floods, and war. In this internet age, we have all at least seen the
Spring is the WOOD season in Chinese Medicine. Wood is the unfettered GREEN growth of life when energy RISES. Generally during this time we HAVE a lot of energy and feel the drive to get our projects going. When already going, we feel the pressure to solidify the fruits of our labor. But fruiting comes
My favorite thing about this work is to listen to what you are asking for from a session, what your body is communicating with it's symptoms, and the direction that your body wants to go once we start working. There is undoubtedly a transformation of energy that happens from the moment you walk into the studio, during the session once tension starts to let go, until that last moment when we have moved enough "stuff" so that I can sit with my hands on your head while you sit in calm meditation - feeling centered and calm in your body, safe in the universe, and nourished by the earth. This is the VIBRATION that I strive to find and share with you in Ensoflow Shiatsu.