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When my phone slid into the kitchen sink…

By |May 10th, 2016|

‘There are no accidents!!’. This is the phrase that came to mind when my cell phone slid into the kitchen sink last month. Over the past few months in the constellation circles that I have facilitated, I have noticed that apparent ‘accidents’, were actually messages or insights from the ‘knowing field’. On one occasion we […]

Self Help…here is inspiration!

By |July 4th, 2014|

When we have a chronic condition…whether we are seeing a therapist for it or not, self applied shiatsu or reiki is a useful part of the treatment protocol. Here is a study that provides a great reminder of how potent self treatment can be.

http://globalnews.ca/news/1400670/how-shiatsu-could-help-those-with-chronic-pain-get-a-better-nights-sleep/

Ki… through the nose?

By |July 21st, 2013|

Most often the Japanese word Ki, is translated as energy, but it is also translated as breath. Breath is our essential source of energy, providing oxygen to our cells. When people ask me what they can do to improve their health, I most often answer, breathe deeply.

When sinus passages become congested, breathing deeply is more difficult. […]

Ki around us–animal medicine

By |March 31st, 2013|

Spring is in the air, with croaking frogs the background at night and birdsong during the day. Today I noticed insects beginning to buzz as well. This past week at work, it was a treat to have a young buck come by for a little nap just outside my window. As soon as my client […]

The Young Buck

By |March 31st, 2013|

This young buck came to share a treatment. Here he is after the session, enjoying a graze outside my office window.

The Ki is to keep moving….

By |March 19th, 2013|

Stepping into the world of blogging, after dragging my feet for a while, I feel the energy of beginning something new. Whenever there is a new outlet for the flow of energy in your life, more energy flows. Think of a pond, filling up from a spring, creek, or from the rain. (easy to imagine […]