I just read this zen, tidying sensational. I love cleaning. So when a friend mentioned this book to me 2 years ago, I didn’t think twice about reading it. Recently, I was talking with a client about the state of her house; I got the sense that further healing was stunted because her home was too
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“Jolene has helped me release areas of chronic pain and tension in my body that I had carried around my whole life. I was able to realize and let go of old grief and anger that I didn’t even know I was holding in. She has an intuitive sense for where the body is ready to heal, and her kind and calm presence creates a safe and warm space for the healing to take place. I highly and enthusiastically recommend her services to anyone who wants to feel better.”
Covid-19 Safety Measures
I recognize that this is a time of great concern and heartache for our community, country and world. I personally and professionally take this global pandemic seriously. I returned to my practice at the end of July and have felt safe and confident seeing clients since. I recognize that things are changing as winter is nearing and Covid-19 cases are increasing. Like we’ve all learned since the beginning of the pandemic, being flexible and patient are essential to weathering this once-in-a-lifetime, historic, event. That said, the clinic I work in, Mandala Wellness and Medicine, will close immediately if instructed by Governor Brown.
Here are the ways we are being mindful and diligent to keep you safe: hand-washing as soon as we enter building, wearing a mask at all times, running HVAC filtering system, disinfecting rooms between treatments, maintaining low number of simultaneous appointments. We ask that you do your part by rescheduling if not feeling well, wash or disinfect your hands when entering the building and wearing a mask at all times. Thank you and we will get through this together!
I was staring out the second floor windows of Prasad East ,waiting for my lunch, when I saw a visually impaired man trying to cross NE 12th and Couch. Using his walking cane, he stepped out into oncoming traffic and a car swerved to miss him. He then stepped back, grabbed his head, made fists with
A path well beaten, yet nameless, so I began calling it ‘Hummingbird Lane’. Now years later, friends and family have followed suit and it bares the name, yet no wooden sign (yet!), ‘Hummingbird Lane.’ She really named herself, or I just pointed out the obvious, this path is home to hummingbirds. I tried to sound smart