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Flow: Feelings

I don't know about you, but I keep encountering people on the edge of emotion. They are quick to anger, easy to be hurt or cause hurt. They come by those feelings honestly. The fact is that times are hard…

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Flow: Release

What muscles are you holding right now? Are those muscles necessary this moment? Often the muscles we brace are not the ones currently in use. Among these, are often muscles that have primary roles in breathing and voice use --…

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Flow: Sparkly

It is snowing in MA, and much of the Northeast, this morning. Snow is always some combination of annoyance and wonder for me. Today, working from home with no need to leave, it is pretty sparkly. We sometimes talk about…

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Flow: Contrast

For many of us, this is already a very different holiday season. We understand things better by contrast, so we can miss a particular holiday gathering or invitations from friends. This contrast can illuminate what is missing but it can…

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Flow: Just Breathe

Take a breath. Without judgment or consideration for whether it is "good," take an0ther one. Breathe in as if you smell the most amazing thing and you want to take it all in. Better yet go find something amazing to…

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Flow: Take Pause

Breathing has an ebb and flow. No matter the task before from sleep to running at top speed, your breathing develops a cadence. It accounts for inhalation and exhalation. Often, it introduces a pause in-between them that allows for thought,…

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Flow: Get Grounded

Let's get something out of the way, there will be nothing esoteric about the post today. When I discuss grounding the body, I am talking about stabilizing your sense of how you move in space. In essence, I am talking…

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