Hellerwork Demonstrations: March 27th & April 22nd, 2010

March 16, 2010

A picture is worth a thousand words, so the saying goes. This definitely applies to a personal experience of Hellerwork. Come join me for a free hands-on demonstration of how Hellerwork can help you and others. Sure, it’s great for feeling more connected to your body, for various aches, pains and injuries. But those are […]

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New website!

March 16, 2010

After five years, my website has a new look. I owe many thanks to my partner, Sharon, for her wonderful design work and photography. Credit also goes to my long-time friend and photographer, Rick Ehrenberg, for the portrait photo. In addition, I’ve updated the testimonials section.

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Again, What is Hellerwork?

November 17, 2009

Dan Bienenfeld, one of my teachers and also a long-time Hellerwork practitioner in California was recently interviewed in the Palisades Post. It is one of the best descriptions of Hellerwork I have seen in print.

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The Healing Power of Laughter

July 22, 2009

Why do we laugh? What purpose does it serve? Ode magazine features this topic in the August 2009 issue. I highly recommend watching one of the funniest videos I’ve seen in a while (yes, it is worth watching the whole 6 minutes!). Ode also has many more top picks on their laughter page. To your […]

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Wild Geese – Mary Oliver

April 16, 2009

An excerpt from the poem, “Wild Geese” by one of my favorite poets: ” You do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on your knees for a hundred miles through the desert, repenting.You only have to let the soft animal of your bodylove what it loves.”

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You’re a fruit salad

January 15, 2009

Seriously, “fruit salad” is my analogy of the human body and how fascia (fash-uh) relates within it. Visualize a jello fruit salad mold, maybe some red jello in a clear glass bowl. Instead of there being pieces of fruit in the jello, imagine chunks of sponge cake. The jello is your fascia, aka connective tissue, […]

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