Author Archives: Chris

New Office Hours

Thank you all for your tremendous support around my pregnancy! The first trimester has been much more difficult than I expected.  I was out of the office for two weeks due to nausea & extreme fatigue.  You all have been … Continue reading

Posted in Appreciation, Stillpoint | Comments Off on New Office Hours

Not Accepting New Clients

At some point in the growth of every private practice, one must decide whether to grow, to shrink or to sustain.  Over the past eight and a half years, I have had the privilege of saying “yes” to almost every … Continue reading

Posted in Stillpoint, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Not Accepting New Clients

Better than soap on a rope

I usually don’t make a big deal out of Father’s Day. In fact, I am notorious for forgetting to call my dad on Father’s Day. Well this year is different. Maybe it’s our pending status as parents or maybe I am … Continue reading

Posted in Appreciation | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on Better than soap on a rope

Waiting for Baby Widlund

It’s official!  My husband, Eben, & I are officially in the “pool” to adopt an infant. Eben & I have completed the application and home study process, which determines that we are viable candidates to be adoptive parents.  This process … Continue reading

Posted in Personal | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Stillpoint Welcomes an Amazing new Massage Therapist

It gives me great pleasure to introduce to you Karen Waters. Karen moved her practice to the Winooski Stillpoint office on May 1st.  She has been here a month now and I could not be more thrilled. Karen is massage … Continue reading

Posted in Stillpoint | Tagged , , | Comments Off on Stillpoint Welcomes an Amazing new Massage Therapist

Saying “Thank You”

Over the last month I have received several wonderful cards of thanks both from clients and friends.  However, I have not been doing anything different or out of the ordinary.  So why the sudden change? We live in a society … Continue reading

Posted in Appreciation | Tagged , | Comments Off on Saying “Thank You”

Your Fascia Present and Future

(This is the final installment of a 3-part post.  The initial post was Fascia. Fascia. Fascia.) How do we see fascia now? Some exciting new discoveries about fascia have been made in the recent years. Thanks to the bodyworker and … Continue reading

Posted in Anatomy, Fascia | Tagged , , , , , | 3 Comments

Fascial Tensegrity and Movement

(This is the second installment of a 3-part post.  The initial post was Fascia. Fascia. Fascia.) Why does fascia work? The answer in one word is tensegrity.  The term tensegrity was first used by architect and inventor Buckminister Fuller from … Continue reading

Posted in Anatomy, Fascia | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments

Fascia. Fascia. Fascia.

What’s all the Fuzz About? Many of you have heard me talk about fascia: what it is, why it is important and how it affects our ability to move. As I sat down to write a series of articles on … Continue reading

Posted in Anatomy, Fascia | Tagged , , , , | 5 Comments

Here’s looking at you, kid.

You may have noticed a little something different on your way to this post… Stillpoint has a new look.  Thanks to Toby Grubb, we have  new website.  Please have fun exploring all the new pages.  Learn more about the work … Continue reading

Posted in Stillpoint | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Here’s looking at you, kid.