Hometown: Newton, MA
September 16, 2010
Hi, I've been a bodyworker for 30 years, & teaching massage for almost that long. I love to dance, write, make art, hang out with my awesome teen daughter, kayak, hike, bike, play frisbee, etc.
I'm the treasurer for a 42-yr-old non-profit barefoot dance in Cambridge, & I've been donating massages to anti-trafficking groups lately. Animal rights, human rights, ecology, organics, health issues, unfair distributions of wealth & power, etc.
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I'll def let you know what I think of the book. I read a lot of Robert Moss' dreamwork books; a pursuit which I'm really into. As for the music, personally, I come from the era of 90s techno and am a big fan of what they now call "happy-hardcore"; so I always like it as fast and heavy as people wanna make it. I like catchy stuff too! But, I did enjoy many of your choices...I liked the native American-sounding stuff with the flutes...Take Care!
Sorry Steve, didn't see your post to me. I'll have to check-out that book! So cool just to become totally immersed in the music and do whatever...
i will do just that Steve i will get it to you by the 18th, Thanks a million!
Hello Steve , it was great meeting you as well and thank you for the advice on how to download the Greek music.
I enjoyed very much being there and will be back soon not this coming wednesday but the following for sure! I am so glad to have met so many wonderful people there last night great group for sure. Have a nice weekend!
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hi there steve, it was really nice meeting you and finding the chance to come to dance freedom last night. i am hoping to bring another friend of mine tomorrow evening for dance friday. i was wondering if you knew of anyone to ask for carpool back home to lexington. please let me know! i am going to contact a few people on the "count me in" list to see too :) hope you are well :) and thanks again for last night. i had a great time!
Hi Steve! Welcome to the group! I think your profession as a massage therapist and craniosacral therapist will be invaluable for group members! In order to be one's own best advocate, one must educate oneself about ALL treatments available, including holistic approaches, which I for one have found are incredibly effective when it comes to chronic pain. Often patients treat doctors as if they are gods, and "check out" of their care and life due to depression. I look forward to meeting you soon!
The common bond is that we have all done the New Warrior Training Adventure, sponsored by the Mankind Project (www.mkp.org). We meet every week and after many discussions we have opened the group once a month to any man. The meetings follow the structure of our weekly meeting. Our intention is to create a safe place where men can sit in authenticity and share what is true for them (gold & shadow). You & I have DNE in common; enjoyed reading your posts on that list.