Posts Categorized: Lifestyle

Who is the Feldenkrais Method good for?

Who is the Feldenkrais Method® for? Many of my peers in the Feldenkrais Method® prefer to, and excel at, working with certain populations.  There are practitioners who work specifically with Professional Dancers, Professional Musicians, or Professional Athletes.  While others specialize in working with children with neurological difficulties, the elderly, or pregnant women.   The bottom… Read more »


Staring out our big picture windows here at Bodywork Professionals, watching the blizzard fly and the cars crawl, I consider what it really takes to live in the Northeast.  We are truly a hardy bunch!  Though we complain and curse the winter weather, we still remain living here.  There are many many warmer regions of… Read more »

Staying healthy and warm though the winter

Wow – my thermometer read -11 degrees this morning!! “Baby it’s cold outside” – the song by Dean Martin, has some interesting (ahem) suggestions for warming up with his lusty lady friend.  But how shall we make healthy choices to not only stay warm, but away from illness this winter season? 1. Exercise – pumping… Read more »

Time to Harvest

Harvest, according to Wikipedia, is “the process of gathering mature crops from the fields.  The harvest marks the end of the growing season, or the growing cycle for a particular crop, and social importance of this event makes it the focus of seasonal celebrations such as a harvest festival, found in many religions. On smaller farms… Read more »

Out of the Weeds – into the Greens!

There comes a time, usually about mid-August (here in upstate NY), when the garden makes a happy shift.  The hardworking laborer/gardener breathes a sigh of relief, and beauty becomes bountiful.  The time that I am referring to is when the garden becomes less WORK-related (see my last blog, “In the Weeds” talking about weed control)… Read more »

Lindsay’s garden

4/21/14 Diary of a Gardener Lindsay Harvey, LMT at Bodywork Professionals Saratoga and Latham, has been an avid gardener for almost twelve years.  Here is her blog: Spring has been a very long time coming this year in upstate New York.  Though frozen and canned produce from last year’s bounty create a sense of connection… Read more »