Restore the Flow
I've long been fascinated with the interplay of mind and body.
We all know that the mind impacts the body. Something as simple as a frightened thought entering our mind, and our heart starts racing. Even more than that, I've always found it fascinating how every single double blind medical trial is proving that if you believe you're getting treatment, a large percentage of us will actually get physically better. What's cooler than that? I wish we'd have way more doctors study how to apply the placebo effect for healing.
But the other way works, too. I still remember the first time I tried a body therapy session. At first the therapist worked on the front side of my body, and then he left me for maybe about 15 minutes to steep on my own. It was the wildest thing ever. First I was crying. Then I was laughing. Then I cried. And then I laughed. And it just continued like this the entire time. Just a minute before he returned, it slowly subsided.
There was no content. I wasn't crying about anything, or laughing about anything. It was just crying. And laughing. And it felt amazing. I felt alive like I can't remember ever feeling before. It was the best.
A body therapy session is very different from a massage. It's about emotional healing and release through the body. It's about restoring the natural flow of energy in the body, so the body can do its own healing. It goes so much deeper than a massage ever could.
Since my first session back in 2007, I've been a firm believer in body therapy to release the flow and energy in the body, and I get regular sessions. It's been one of the best things I've done for myself.
Later on, I met Nomi whom I'd end up marrying, and it turned out that she, too, was a body therapist. Before we started dating, I had a few sessions with her, and she's the most incredible body therapist I ever worked with.
Today she lives with me in New York, and she offers these sessions, which she calls simply Body Sessions, to clients here in New York.
If this sounds like something you could benefit from, and you happen to be near here, get in touch with her and book a session today.
If you're not in New York, but you know someone who is, let them know about it.
It's a true life-saver and life-restorer.
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