We are animals. And humans too. The start of a very long, and utterly important story.

Truth be told….I’ve been trying to write this blog post for one full month.

It isn’t working.

It isn’t working because there is so much back story, theory, context, culture and then some to write about, that I don’t know where to start.

So this is where I’m going to start!
Number 1: All humans have something called an […]

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My year of heaven, hell and healing. What I’m certain of as I roll into 2012.

In July 2010 I decided to leave Whistler for a six month hiatus.

I drove many many miles in my trusty station wagon.

I visited many great friends and colleagues.
I followed my gut. My instincts led me. It was glorious.
During the tail end of the trip I found the truest and most raw loves of my life, Seth. […]

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Near-death experiences (NDE’s), anesthesia states, surgical procedures: Potential medical problems that can follow and how to heal: A Skype Client from Tennessee Writes of Her Improvements

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I just received this LOVELY letter (see below where it says “Julianne’s Letter”) from a client way back in a part of the USA I’ve never […]

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My personal story with all “the juicy” details

My story goes something like this
In 2001, my kneecap spontaneously broke in half while I was walking down a flight of stairs. Yep, you read right. And ‘Ouch’ is right too!

It was a complication from an ACL (anterior cruciate knee ligament) surgery, and, it was without a doubt the most pain I’ve ever experienced. (I can vouch […]

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Lessons from a Stubbed Toe: “Accident-Trauma-First Aid”

 Stubbing my toe in Berkeley.

I was walking quite fast through the residential area of Berkeley, California, this past October. I was wearing my open-toed Birkenstock sandals when BAM! “Ouch, #!^*…Oh, that REALLY hurts…” An uneven slab of sidewalk had put an abrupt stop to the forward motion of my second toe on my right foot.

In the […]

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Part 2. Refining the Somatic Practices: My Science Geek Shines Through

I ended Part 1: Refining the Somatic Practices: The Story of Jenny and Susan, with this question:
“How can we evolve our somatic practices to meet the changing needs of people, not to mention the diversity of people coming to us, especially in a class format?”
First of all, a definition of “Somatic Practice”

The word “somatic” comes […]

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