As a massage therapist myself I'd like to share that I do practice what I preach. This time of the year I feel good about scheduling myself in for routine massage visits and facials. After the holidays and New Year, I tend to want to get back into a routine again, being more conscious of how often I'm exercising and what I am eating. In this awareness of health is the need and desire to receive regular massage and facials. Massage helps me to feel less fatigued, it helps me sleep better, it increases my ability to handle day to day stresses and the oils used nourish my skin during this very dry time of year. Being 5 months pregnant, massage has helped ease those nasty calf cramps I've been getting in the middle of the night. I am so thankful to be able to offer such a healing and rejuvenating service to my clients and I'd like to encourage people to start thinking of massage less as a luxury and more as a means to living your life to the fullest most glorious potential, inside and out.View My Services at Norabloom Here
Monday, January 14, 2013
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As I say goodbye to 2012 and hello to 2013 I can't help but to reflect on all that has happened or what hasn't happened. Starting fresh is very appealing to me. Wipe the slate clean and begin again. Hooray!
I have been bombarded with life lessons in the past year (ok- five years) and just recently (finally) feel firmly planted in my own solid ground. I have grown as a mother, prospered in my business and met many wonderful folks along the way.
The word "Vulnerability" keeps coming up! Typically I am a risk taker in business, not so much in relationships. Knock, Knock- A golden opportunity is knocking on my door- being vulnerable, staying open and trusting could actually be the key to my happiness in my new relationship and in my new business ventures. This my sweet gal pals is the beauty of vulnerability.
PS: I ran across a special video that sums all this up.
View Kate's Video Here
Meet Kate HanleyShe is a mind-body coach and yoga teacher for people who don't do yoga. She helps busy women establish a hotline to their gut through a unique mix of coaching and mind-body practices. Kate is the author of "The Anywhere, Anytime Chill Guide, "and brings blogs at MsMindbody.com, Beliefnet.com, and Gaiam.com. She has also written extensively for national magazines, including Whole Living, Yoga Journal, Parents, and Real Simple, and has been seen on the Today Show teaching simple ways to de-stress during a crappy day.
Learn More at www.MsMindbody.com
Jan 20, Kate's Yoga Playhouse Retreat
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