Pain in your neck?

Healing neck pain Is your neck tight?  Some suggestions to help: 1.  Get a massage that incorporates trigger points, acupressure and energy work. 2.  Looking straight ahead, stretch your right ear to your right shoulder with the right hand.  Breathe into the left side of your neck. 3.  When you sit and walk, imagine there is a string attached to the top of your head gently pulling you up. 4.  Squeeze your shoulders into your ears, then release.  Repeat three times. 5.  Standing, slowly lower your head into hanging forward bend.  Imagine all your tension in your back, shoulders and neck flowing into the earth. #neckpain #massagetherapy #forwardbend #necktension #HealingampWellness #Massage #h

Hara-finding your center

In 1970, when I took a ceramics class at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, I quickly discovered that I could not center clay on the pottery wheel.  After months of attempting to keep my clay creations from leaning to the left or right, I decided to ditch that idea and make pinch pots instead.  Over the next few years I studied tai chi and ten years later my studies took me into the heart of Kenpo Karate and White Crane Kung Fu.  It was those movement systems that taught me about finding one’s center, also called hara or tan tien. The hara, also called “one point”, is said to be located just below the navel and about an inch inside the body.  It is a protected area and considered b

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