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Daniel Reinisch

Below is a copy of my newsletter sent via email contacts on September 23, 2010, the Autumnal Equinox.

Hello friends,

Happy Autumn to all and wishing you the best of health, joy and prosperity.

In the tradition of Shiatsu, Autumn is a season of ‘letting go’.  As the trees let go of the leaves, this Eastern theory asks us to consider what we might be willing to let go of, be it emotional, material or habitual.  Is there anything in your busy life which you might benefit from letting go of, to make room for contemplation of something new?  This is a question I often ask myself at this beautiful time of year.

Looking for bodywork that addresses how your emotional life impacts your body?  Rosen Method bodywork can help relax and uncover the root of chronic muscle pain like no other modality I have experienced.  For more information and links click here.

Pregnancy massage, what are the benefits?

*Can relieve anxiety and depression by regulating hormones.
*Regulation of hormones can also contribute to fewer complications during birth.
*Better sleep, massage decreases insomnia.
*Reduction of painful swelling (edema).  Leave the office saying, “Hey, my shoes fit again!”.
*Eases both muscle discomfort and those common pregnancy cramps.
*Relief of sciatic pain.  Massage releases where muscles impinge on the nerve pathway.
*Post-partum healing and relaxation.

Did your aunt or schoolteacher convince you to never yawn in public? Click here for a truly worthwhile article from the Penn Gazette on why yawning is incredibly healthy.  It might change your mind.  (Or perhaps persuade you to yawn on purpose a bit more than you usually do–after all, it’s easy to do and also free!)

Curious to know more about what I do?  Call me for a complimentary ten minute phone consultation with any questions you may have about my bodywork therapy offerings.

The quote for this newsletter is courtesy of the diversely talented Georgia O’Keefe: “I’ve been absolutely terrified every single moment of my life, and I’ve never let it keep me from doing a single thing I wanted to do.”  I hope that we all continue developing the awareness and perseverance to stay in touch with the things we really want to do in this life.

Know a friend who might be interested in bodywork?  Feel free to forward this info.

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This bodywork is certainly one better experienced than explained.  If a larger majority of the general population experienced this work, I can say without a doubt it would revolutionize therapeutic work as we know it today.

Why something so profound and effective still remains less than mainstream is unclear to me.

Rosen Method is most definitely therapeutic.  For those undergoing the process of any type of psychotherapy, yet find it difficult to access their emotions, Rosen Method bodywork could very well be the best option to lead them towards processing deep felt, and/or long held unconscious emotion.  This bodywork supports people in discovering how to get out of the neuroses of their heads, and begin feeling their bodies more–which can potentially lead to a deeper awareness of unconscious muscle tension, and both the feelings and experiences that have been suppressed by that tension.

For those who have tried massage therapy and talk therapy — yet still feel there is something else out there that can aid them with not only personal evolvement, but also get to the root of muscular aches and pains –then Rosen Method bodywork should sincerely be considered as the next essential step for their process of healing.

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Bodywork and Massage: Why less is more, and pain prevents gain.

April 25, 2010

Ever receive therapeutic bodywork or massage that feels like someone is beating up on you?  Perhaps at the time you thought, “This must be good for me, right?  It’s supposed to hurt, otherwise my pain won’t go away.” Well, nothing could be further from the truth. The current culture sometimes mistakenly goes for the ‘no […]

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