Posts Categorized: Stress

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 »

What is the Feldenkrais Method?

The Feldenkrais Method®: Making the “impossible possible, the possible easy and the easy elegant” – Moshe Feldenkrais   The Feldenkrais Method® is a deliberate conversation with an individual’s nervous system about its body’s functioning and efficiency in action.  The language of this conversation is movement.   The Feldenkrais Method® deepens an individual’s sense of how… Read more »

Why Try Thai

By Rebecca Morris, LMT Thai massage is a technique of passive stretching and compress focusing on the flow of energy your body.   In general massage is amazing both mentally and physically.  No matter what your story is, overuse, underuse or misuse Thai massage can help bring back balance to your body. Thai Massage is… Read more »

The Gong Lab: Free Gong Bath

If you have never been to as gong bath before they’re a unique sensory experience. You first hear the gongs vibing out, then you feel the vibration. My experience has been that feeling this mild vibrations in your body make it easy to put your mind in your body. I’ve been a Licensed Massage Therapist… Read more »

Stress and the Brain-Jaw Axis

Some of the most common pathologies I see at Bodywork Professionals are jaw tightness, pain and temporal-mandibular joint disorder (TMJD). Some people are aware of their jaw issues and come in specifically to address them. Others aren’t aware of their jaw tension until I make contact with it.

Stress and the Brain-Jaw Axis

By Karden Rabin Some of the most common pathologies I see at Bodywork Professionals are jaw tightness, pain and temporal-mandibular joint disorder (TMJD). Some people are aware of their jaw issues and come in specifically to address them. Others