As a Kinesiologist, I am gifted with being witness to the very personal and private stories, thoughts, and emotions of those who come to see me. Tears are not uncommon during a kinesiology session, and rather than viewed as embarrassing, I regard them as a beautiful release. Why do we cry in a session? Often […]Read More Tears
Our deepest fears are like dragons guarding our deepest treasure. -Rainer Maria Rilke So….. Are you ready to befriend your dragon?Read More Your Dragon
‘It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are’ – E.E. Cummings As I pulled away from his hug, he said, “I just don’t know who I am anymore”. He was so low, so despondent… I felt my heart clench in fear of the possibility that there will be a day […]Read More Courage To Be You
You know how you have this dream of how a particular occasion is going to be and generally your dream far exceeds the actual outcome? Well, that did NOT happen! The reality far exceeded the dream. Planning a retreat is less than easy, but when you put your Heart and Soul into the production everything […]Read More Bali Bliss
The theme in my Kinesiology Clinic this week has been one of duality, balance and self care, quite representative of many it seems. We humans are, after all, a combination of Yin and Yang, masculine and feminine, light and shadow, creativity and solid fact, strengths and weaknesses. However, many are struggling with maintaining the balance. […]Read More You are Two
I had the most delightful conversation with a 5 year old this week. I asked her if she had any brothers or sisters. “Noooo, but I have lots of friends, they are imaginary”, she brightly and confidently told me. The thing is, her mother tried to stop her talking by telling her not to be […]Read More Imaginary Friends….
Recently I’ve become very aware of the fact that in my work as a Kinesiologist, my intuition is widely open, easily accessed and always acted upon. However, in my daily life I know I am not always acknowledging and working with the messages or signs placed before me. So, earlier this week, I made […]Read More Super(wo)man
It is easy to remark on the successes of a person who is obviously making an impact in this world, a change agent, a teacher or someone you admire or aspire to emulate. But what of those of us who aren’t so obviously successful? Recently, I read an article that included the opening of a […]Read More How Do You Measure A Life?
Christmas time, family celebrations, laughter, reliving memories, good times…. Or are they? Christmas can be stressful when families come together. The interactions over the dinner table can have us reverting back to childhood behaviours or can trigger feelings of inadequacy, hurt, frustration or anger. However, before you revert to the reflex reaction, bring Love into […]Read More Choose Love…
Frequently I find myself in situations where I am asked “What do you do?” Conversations are easy when your work is something you love, however, as much as I love Kinesiology, explaining it is less than easy! If you asked anyone who has experienced Kinesiology what it actually is, you would never get the […]Read More Kinesiology….. What??