Posts made in October, 2020

Plantar Fasciitis

Posted By on Oct 22, 2020

While we are in the midst of social distancing and self quarantining, one of the few ways to get out is to walk. You can still be out in nature and generally be away from people. But what happens if your foot becomes so sore, you cannot walk? It starts out as a cramp in the arch or the heel of the foot.  Then in the morning you wake up and you can hardly put any weight on your foot. You hobble to the bathroom, and after a little...

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Temporal Tap for Emotional Release

Posted By on Oct 12, 2020

Do you ever feel like you are under an emotional cloud and you just can’t seem to snap out of it? Sometimes a dramatic event or grief can keep our emotions stuck in place so that we can’t separate what is caused by the emotions and what is our real life. The more we try, the more enmeshed they seem to become. When this happens there is a simple way to check in with the body from Applied Kinesiology, known as the Temporal Tap. First...

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Splinters, Ouch What’s Stuck?

Posted By on Oct 3, 2020

Just while you’re happily working away, you pick up something made of wood and you feel a stab of pain from your hand or finger. Little kids will immediately suck on their finger to try and force out that splinter, but older folks will squeeze it tight, trying to see exactly where it is, to push it out. Of course, the first thing one should do is to clean the area. A warm application can even soothe the area and draw out that...

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