By Bhanu Joy Harrison, LISW, RMTI-I-064 The practice of mindfulness is getting a lot of press these days. Articles in magazines and online news reports tout the benefits of being mindful….from decreasing blood pressure to reducing anxiety to increasing your “happiness factor”. As Natural Therapeutic Specialists and bodyworkers, how can we bring the benefits of [...]Read More
I’m nearing one of the greatest accomplishments of my life. This June I will complete my doctoral degree in physical therapy. Looking back, there have been many things that have been stepping stones towards this career choice and great accomplishment. Probably the most important step towards realizing my ability to help people with physical challenges [...]Read More
By: Sunny Bueck NTS, LMT, CWK Here in Albuquerque over the last week or so we’ve been inundated with a series of winter storms bringing in snow and dense cloud cover. We average 278 days of sun each year, so being socked in with heavy clouds is not a common occurrence. In addition, these storms [...]Read More
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