Posts from category Quiet

  • The CHEK Totem Pole: The Psyche

    After a decade of clinical practice as a Holistic Health Practitioner, I started designing the CHEK Totem Pole almost a quarter century ago back in 1994. To help my clients with the kinds of challenges they were facing on a […]

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  • Cruising to Alaska and Playing Catchup with Pete McCall

    Happy beginning of the work week to all of you! Are you ready to be inspired? For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been enjoying some much needed time away from the office and my clients to rest and recharge […]

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  • What is Peace?

    Peace — a freedom from disturbance and feeling of quiet and tranquility — is a very elusive place for so many people to inhabit, including me. Based on my observations and experiences with thousands of people and dealing with my […]

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  • Exploring Contemplative Meditation

    This week’s vlog is a topic some of you have probably heard me discuss on recent podcasts. And if you haven’t, then I recommend you check out my recent one with Alison Pelot and Maja Gottlieb, two very skilled Holistic […]

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  • The Ghost in The Machine

    CHEK Faculty Member Matt Wallden and I recently published a paper — The ghost in the machine: Is musculoskeletal medicine lacking soul? — in the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies. This is a very important article, especially in the […]

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  • Expanding Self-Awareness

    After working with A LOT OF PEOPLE — both students and patients — over my 32-year career, I can safely say most of them who come to me with a health challenge, a crisis in their lives, a performance challenge […]

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