Monday, July 25, 2011

Wild Food from the Amazon Rain Forest - Cleansing, Nurturing and Balancing

In the spring of 2005, I drove to Davenport Iowa to meet the Founder and CEO of Amazon Herb Company, John Easterling at the Palmer School of Chiropractic. I began to eat Amazon Herbs with the Rainforest Health Pack that included Treasure Tea, Illumination, Aquazon, Sumazon and Digestizon. I attended the Amazon Herb Summit after John and Olivia Newton John married in South America in the summer of 2008. This photo was taken a month later. I am planing a trip to Australia in August and as Olivia is a native of that continent I am interested in the path she has chosen. Olivia Newton-John became a co-host of the PBS series "Healing Quest," which serves as a guide to the frontiers of integrative health and she funds holistic health centers on that continent.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Rosen Method - Learning About Release of held Emotions in the Body

Here is the center where I was welcomed in my second Rosen Work Intensive in December of 2010 and where I met Marion Rosen the founder of the work who was 96 and still teaching at the time. Supports my desire, as modeled by my mom, Peg Weaver, "to support people living fully to die young, as late in life as possible" ! :-)

In 2009 I had my first Rosen session here in Minnesota, being referred by my good friend Andy Ml, long term member of the Twin Cities Men's Center. Andy is also, member of my I group in Mankind Project, a 501 C3 non profit I have been a volunteer for off and on, since my New Warrior Training Adventure Weekend completed in December of 1990. I am very grateful for that referral, as Rosen Bodywork and Movement is becoming a bigger part of my personal health balancing program, as I have now completed three intensives and often refer people to the work.
THis photo of Marion. is from the Rosen Method Website

I invite folks to consider this work, who have blockages to breathing fully and are recovering from trauma, especially if old issues are getting in the way of being present in relationships in the present.

Here in Minnesota, I suggest looking at the following practitioners found on Dorothea Hrossowyc, my personal worker, was recently honored as an instructor of the work in our developing community in Minnesota.