It’s understandable to feel anxious before surgery. It’s an invasive procedure that in many ways seems unnatural and overwhelming. Even if you know an operation is going to restore your health or even save your life, it’s difficult not to dread the recovery period in which it’s typical to experience a significant amount of pain and […]
If you follow movies, you know that a comedy came out earlier this year called “I Feel Pretty” in which Amy Schumer plays a woman of average physical attractiveness and fitness who bumps her head during a spin class and upon waking, believes herself to be astonishingly beautiful, even though nothing has changed about her physically.
When Lisa Yarchar’s Thoroughbred horse sustained a fracture of the tibial crest with open wounds to the joint, she was told by several vets that he would never be sound enough to ride except on trail rides and only at a walk. After trying all kinds of treatments from different methods over eight months, three sets […]
When I first started working at Sound Vitality, I thought I knew everything important there was to know about health. I’d spent years studying nutrition, detoxification, and other topics related to alternative medicine. I’d tried dozens of different diets and spent nearly $100,000 on different healing modalities. I’d worked for one of Nevada’s oldest health food […]
I’ve written in the past about how my office doubles as a “sanctuary” of sorts. Sure, we experience the typical headaches anyone who has worked in an office will undoubtedly be familiar with: customer demands, printers that stop working, mundane tasks, deadlines, etc. But there’s a pervading sense in the office that “all shall be well […]
This blog post is for all the massage therapists out there who are looking for a way to develop an “edge” in their practice.
Picture for a moment a hypothetical, albeit slightly amusing scenario. Picture that you have hired a highly skilled Qigong master to assist you in your practice. As you massage your clients, this master […]