Caring for Body and Soul – Reconsidering Spiritual Well-Being, Part II

Continued from Friday . . . “In both Buddhist psychology and Western experiential therapy, this process of experiencing and accepting the changing stream of sensations is central to the alchemy of transformation,” writes Tara Brach, PhD, a clinical psychologist and founder of the Insight Meditation Community in Washington, DC, in her book Radical Acceptance: EmbracingContinue reading “Caring for Body and Soul – Reconsidering Spiritual Well-Being, Part II”

Caring for Body and Soul – Reconsidering Spiritual Well-Being, Part II

Continued from yesterday . . . “In both Buddhist psychology and Western experiential therapy, this process of experiencing and accepting the changing stream of sensations is central to the alchemy of transformation,” writes Tara Brach, PhD, a clinical psychologist and founder of the Insight Meditation Community in Washington, DC, in her book Radical Acceptance: EmbracingContinue reading “Caring for Body and Soul – Reconsidering Spiritual Well-Being, Part II”

Combining Massage with Yoga and Pilates

It’s well-documented that massage contributes significantly to your health and well-being. By itself, massage relaxes, increases circulation, eases anxiety, and expedites recovery from injury. But when combining massage with fitness and movement activities, such as yoga and Pilates, it’s possible to take your bodywork experiences to another level, helping you to create a complete wellnessContinue reading “Combining Massage with Yoga and Pilates”