Would you like to like yourself more? and other juicy questions…

A few years back I created the Heal Your Mojo telesummit and one my guest speakers was Alan Questel, who is a star teacher in the Feldenkrais World. I’d like to share a bit about Alan and his work with you today. Alan got started in Feldenkrais through his own back injury. Most people don’t […]

A picture speaks a thousand stories: A client’s truth

I have to thank my client B. for allowing me to share this story. When she first started working with me, the concept of talking to and learning from her own body and inner wisdom was foreign. During our sessions together and also by participating in my Alchemy of Self Healing online class, B. found […]

Release Your Small Stories… Embrace the Bigger Canvas

In case you’re wondering, I’m referring to both the bigger canvas of the vast world around us as well as s-t-r-e-t-c-h-i-n-g into the bigger canvas of you. Yes, the fabric of YOU. Why is this canvas critical to embrace for optimal creating and/or healing? Your soul needs room to Breathe. To create a new job, […]

Gifts and Patterns

Here’s an integrative way of taking stock of a year. It’s based on a craniosacral concept which I use as a jumping off point for a Gifts and Patterns exploration with VIP Day clients. The concept is called The Significance Detector and cranial therapists know that when this pause in the cranial rhythm occurs spontaneously […]

Deep Nourishment

The Five Signals My friend healer, Cass Phelps, graced my first Heal Your Mojo expert talk series 4 years ago where we talked about his work, The 5 Signals. Listen and learn to hear what your body is asking, and take back your power. His wisdom is timeless. He has a unique approach to how […]

Inviting Miracle Mode

I was talking to a friend yesterday about the power that accompanies the habit of having conversations with one’s own body. She said “Oh yes, I think about what I want my body to do all the time.” “No, that’s not the same thing” I replied. She became confused. And I hear confusion like that […]

The liver who wished to be a gallbladder

Doesn’t that sound silly? And futile? And a little bit sad that a perfectly valuable liver would spend precious time wanting to be something else? You see where I’m going with this, right? No organ in your body wastes its precious time wishing to be a different organ. If it did, your body would feed […]