Health and Wellness with Movement and Nutrition


Self Care is Health Care

Next Monday, 3/25/19 the Ecuador Adventure begins. We will fly into Quito, have a day to explore, then down to the River basin and the Amazon Reserve for Peace… We have a group of 14 persons going and the last 4 days will be spent at the Galapagos. I will share picture when I return, but know that this trip will be a life changer. Check out these links:



A Softer, Lighter Mind-Body

Trager Approach and Breast Cancer Diagnosed with breast cancer, Mary Ellen Havard of St. Louis, Mo., was facing the known (a regimen of necessary, but painful and debilitating medical treatment), and the unknown (the outcome). “The doctors told me when they outlined my treatment that it was going to be rigorous,” she says. “I knew I needed to do something to help myself feel better as much as I could while I was having chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation. Those are very demanding, unpleasant, painful treatments.” With determination, she put together her own group of supporters that included not only friends, family, and a medical team, but also a psychologist she refers to as her coach and Trager practitioner Mary Openlander. Havard’s request for weekly Trager sessions throughout the cancer treatment was a new venture for Openlander. Read more