• Newsworthy

    New Studio Construction Diary


    Studio Construction Begins! August 2018 It has been 3.5 years since I moved my practice to 4 Riverview Drive, Brunswick, Maine. On Monday, Aug 27, construction begins to convert the building in back to a studio allowing an expanded offering of group classes and providing a new home for Movement Matters. Stay tuned and in the meantime, I will be offering alternative times/days for individual sessions as needed to minimize the impact of sound as much as possible. Please be patient as we navigate the constraints of construction and thank you for your support with each of the transitions that have been made! I feel very fortunate to…

  • Fun Things,  Potential

    Calling All Carpenters

    Ideas Worth Spreading Did you know that 80% of Americans have back pain? But what if we didn’t have to? I first learned about Osler Turner from a fellow Feldenkrais practitioner in Vermont, Uwe Mester. Along with a strong team, they designed a chair that allows your pelvis to be free while sitting. I got to try it at a training and immediately thought of people who work on the computer for a living and thought, “How useful! People need to know about this!” Sitting on a surface where the pelvis is free to move is pretty important. Sitting is considered the “next smoking” when it comes to…