Category Archives: Touch in the time of COVID

4 months later, where are we now?

This pandemic continues to throw huge curve balls for all of us. Whether it be, sitting in the “unknown” of what is next, or worrying about the “unknown” of work & income, or thinking you “know” what the plan is only to have the rug moved from under you again. The only real “knowns” of this time are that change is our constant companion and no one is immune to the waves (or tsunamis) change creates in our lives. Continue reading

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Massage and COVID

On Friday, Governor Phil Scott announced that “close-contact” businesses including tattoo parlors, massage therapy, fitness centers, and nail salons may start to slowly reopen as of June 1st. A “close-contact” business is one in which it is impossible to maintain the … Continue reading

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Touch without Touching

Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending a virtually run six-day intensive class on Distance Healing with 150 other touch therapists taught by Suzanne Scurlock and Lori Chinitz. Suzanne is the founder of the Healing from the Core … Continue reading

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