3 09, 2020

How Do We Find Presence?

2020-09-04T10:26:43-04:00September 3, 2020|Art of Living, News, Stress|

Photo by Mostafa-Meraji on Unsplash By Lindy Ost Standing shoulder to shoulder in a crowded restaurant for an hour waiting for an open table takes its toll. There were five of us celebrating Matt, my middle son’s 21st birthday. As our wait time progressed, so did our edginess. Yes, it [...]

1 07, 2020

Opening and Closing: A Coronavirus Story

2020-09-30T22:00:06-04:00July 1, 2020|News, Stress|

By Mary Rudd, GCFP (In collaboration with Donna Ray, LMFT and Feldenkrais® Trainer) In March 2020, I became ill with COVID-19 while caring for my husband, Rick, who had been suffering from symptoms of the disease for five days. Earlier that month, we had returned home to Kentucky sooner than [...]

25 05, 2020

A New Path Out of Anxiety

2020-05-26T08:24:52-04:00May 25, 2020|Members, Stress|

by Zoe Birch, MA GCFP I wrote this article a number of years ago, inspired by Moshe's quote about aggression being a behavior, not an energy. In today's challenging and reactive climate, it is worth revisiting this idea of aggression as a behavioral expression of helplessness, impotence, and anxiety. The [...]

6 02, 2020

Emotional Stress and Body Organization

2020-02-07T09:53:19-05:00February 6, 2020|Featured, Recovery, Stress|

by Ralph Strauch, Ph.D. GCFP This article is republished by permission from the Achieving Excellence blog. Feeling states and body organization are closely intertwined. Your body amplifies your emotions in the same way your stereo amplifier amplifies music. When an emotion arises you subconsciously organize your body to amplify that [...]

17 12, 2019

How do WE Deal With Holiday Stress?

2019-12-17T22:23:39-05:00December 17, 2019|Members, Stress|

Pictured Right to Left: Tim Wilson, Darcia Dexter, Mary Susan Chen, Macauley Culkin, Chrish Kresge, Seth Dellinger The holidays are stressful for many of our clients. They take time to attend our classes despite over-packed schedules, overspent budgets; the demands of travel, decorating, and house guests; awkward conversations around the [...]

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