What I Can Do Better

When my son was born, I read this blog post from the mother of a black son, imploring me and other parents of white sons to teach our sons that they need to be very careful about their actions around her son who was presumed guilty. If the police were called, they’d always look at…

What is Grief Teaching Us?

This morning, in my sixth week of not working in person with clients and our 5th week of stay at home orders in New Mexico, I taught an online class on emotions and essential oils. Surprisingly the subject that wasn’t broached — or even really mentioned — was the experience of grief. With the novel…

Breathe and Connect

We all have our own reactions to these current events. Some of us experience the collective emotions out there, and it all may be coming in waves for you, as more information is learned or as you speak to friends, family or colleagues or as you read more on social media. I just wanted to…

Massage Therapy: What You May Not Know

Most people have a general idea about massage therapy: usually people know it involves oil and a massage table and some disrobing to varying degrees. Some will think it has to be performed to new age music, and others expect a heated table, stones or hot towels. Certain individuals believe there has to be a…

What does it mean to be in “RESISTANCE”?

We so often hear the call to “RESIST” these days. Without getting into politics, I would love to explore what this concept of resistance means in energetic terms. You might be surprised. Energy is in constant motion, matter vibrates to take shape, the tides go out and come in, as does our breath, our blood…

Finding peace in the midst of the storm

With the holidays quickly approaching and the global and political climate what it is, how do we find calm and peace in the midst of the chaos? Very deliberately… You’ve heard the expression, “Life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans”? It is true. Precious moments of connection, sensation or experience may easily…

The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton