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I hate Y.O.G.A.  It’s sexy, fashionable, unfocused, accessible and popular.  Everyone is doing it.  Basic accreditation is easy and unregulated.  (But with a little more effort one could say the same thing about Massage Therapy.  Get what you get, I suppose.)  The point being: it’s an external practice, often shallow and one that very rarely […]

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After graduation life felt like it was going to be going great.  I was doing the work I wanted to do: helping people heal!  Taking my work seriously, I never told anybody that I was a healer, always referring myself and other bodyworkers as therapists.  Yet the image is hard to escape, the compliments challenging […]

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I Hate stretching.  It hurts, it’s time consuming and I don’t ever see much improvement.  Besides, most of the time I feel just fine.  I mean, my back aches a lot.  And my hamstrings are still crazy tight.  My left side hurts just a little.  But yeah, I feel fine. I Love visualizations, though, and […]

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The truth OK, I know that I have been adamant about keeping my massage practice “clean”, ie no hippy-dippy, meditation, chakras, astrology, etc and this is how I intend to keep it.  But the little truth you should know, with a lower case ‘t’, is that I practice Buddhism.  And the other little truth you […]

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The Thunderbird/Gmail Dilemma I have been using Mozilla Thunderbird fooooorreeeevvvvveeeerrrr because it is the same interface on all operating systems and has been a nice, consistent system to use.  And it works great in the tray in Linux. 🙂 For about as long as I have been using Thunderbird I have been using it to […]

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As some of you may know I spend a lot of time on the RTD bus and rail system.  It’s usually a relaxing adventure, riding back and forth from work: quiet, meditative and without the struggle of driving in Denver and finding a place to park.  There are usually a plethora of people to watch […]

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Good Morning Adventurers! Today we are exploring how to improve your gaming skills: Here are the links that I found to support this claim: http://www.sparkpeople.com/blog/blog.asp?post=13_ways_to_get_moving_at_work http://www.forbes.com/sites/alisongriswold/2012/06/12/to-work-better-just-get-up-from-your-desk http://lifehacker.com/the-desk-jockeys-schedule-to-healthy-living-behind-a-d-516248751

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Hi everybody! I (and Reworks) am proud to announce the Reworks Reset video help guide adventure. Semi-weekly (or whenever the film crew gets back from Endor) I will be posting a fun, useful and hopefully educational video tidbit for your viewing pleasure. Last week we had the Introduction video, which I hope you enjoyed immensely. […]

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When I sit down with a client and ask them how best I can help them today, the first thing that is on my mind is how best I can provide for them the space to be comfortable, not just on the table, but in communicating with me their desires, discomforts and anything else that might […]

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