Learning to Listen is the Easy Part

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Earlier this year I wrote about taking up running again after 30 years. My primary goal for running over 50 is to enjoy it and not get injured. Every choice I make around running is informed by this overarching goal. In the post, I mentioned five things I’ve chosen to do to keep my running enjoyable and injury-free. Number two was to listen to your body. Continue reading “Learning to Listen is the Easy Part”

What Are You Missing By Tuning Out?

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In the last post I told you about a student of mine who came in wanting help with postural issues related to her scoliosis. This student told me that she had a job that required her to tune out and ignore her body, in order to concentrate on her work.

She also mentioned how exhausting it was to tune back into her body after work.

I actually don’t think that the act itself of tuning back into her body is the source of her exhaustion. Continue reading “What Are You Missing By Tuning Out?”