Dr. Jen created a Foam Rolling: 101 handout, and also a Foam Roll and Flow for the hip and low back for those of you (including me!) who have found yourselves sitting more often these past few weeks and need to give this area a little love and attention.
Don’t we all want to feel sane, cared for, and with a sense of control? Our newest Complimentary Offer includes 5 days of tips to help anyone gain a few skills to help them regain a sense of calm and a road map back to center.
This pandemic has shifted so many things, and there’s no better time to prepare for the future than now.
So Erin has been accepted into Grad School beginning Fall 2020!
This will wrap the many continuing education classes, certifications, and previous degrees that have been collected into a comprehensive East meets West functional wholistic health approach.
Let’s get this party started!
May’s Featured Post
Get to know our newest practitioner, Larissa Quinn – Mental Health Counselor and owner of CaringSense Counseling. Not only does Larissa provide Psychotherapy Tele-Health sessions, but she also provides the opportunity to incorporate seated Yoga mindfulness.
The Mind/Body Connection & How They Support Each Other
Join us as we discuss the Mind/Body connection and how varied disciplines can help you find your gateway to wellness. Everything is connected, but how you connect to yourself is the key to finding the solutions that will help inspire you towards the wellness lifestyle.
As I’m integrating Acupressure into my practice, and hands-on bodywork is still a while away from opening in Hoboken, I would love to help you find ways to create ease in your body.
I’m now offering complimentary email consultations to identify Acupressure points that you can use on your own body for relief, for a Limited Time. This is a new technique for me, so please limit your requests to two main complaints per consultation and let me know what you think of the recommended points.
Acupressure & Why you should try it –
Acupressure is most easily described as Acupuncture without the needles. It utilizes the Chinese meridian system and points to relieve physical pain, digestion, mental fog, etc. A lot of the point work can be self-administered for maintenance of chronic complaints, so it is an incredibly useful tool. You can use your fingertip(s), pencil eraser, or any other bluntly pointed tool. It can be safely used once per day for acute complaints, or 2-3 times a week for maintenance of on-going issues.
How it (most recently) helped me –
I suffer from sciatica-type pain down my leg, often have a hard time simply lying down, and can wake up from the discomfort. Last night was definitely the case, including a throbbing sensation all the way to the bottom of my foot. Tossing and turning didn’t help, so I decided to try some Acupressure points. I tried one on my outer hip (GB30) and one on my lower leg (GB34), and not only did the discomfort at those points go away, but my low back shooting sensation did as well!…Needless to say, I’d love to pass along the relief.
How to go about getting your Recommended Points –
To ensure that your information is secure, please use the contact form below to request a consultation. I will then get back to you over a secure server to address your specific complaints.
I look forward to working with you! Erin Clyne, LMT