Relationship is Everything
By Marc Otto, MA, RSMT/E
We're all seeking the most nourishing relationship our heart's can imagine. To nourish means to feed and to sustain, and it also means to cherish and encourage. Nourishing food provides the essential ...
The Art of Being Present
Benefiting the Practitioner/Client Relationship
After a warm and enthusiastic reception at last years workshop here, Breema is returning. Awakenings will host a complimentary Experience Breem...
Hope after Heartbreak
By Anita Kress
Losing love is one of the most painful experiences we can have.
When our heart has been broken, its hard to trust again. Its hard to be vulnerable. Its hard to believe in love. We expect t...
Jackhammers & Meditation
By Kat Lui
Meditation often conjures up lukewarm ideas in the mind of the public: deep relaxation and vegetable soup. If this is what you think, be ready for surprises: meditation can be a dramatic raising of th...
The Power of Herbal Infusions
By Emily Light
Its that time again, where the air is turning a little crisp, after the warmth of the afternoon sun fades away. The hi octane summer energy is still here, but we can all sense whats on the ho...
Craniosacral Therapy: The Dance Between Science and Spirit
By Amy J. Stark, LMT, LC
"First thought, best thought"
We began Craniosacral Therapy: Introduction by entering a space that was clearly intended to invoke mindfulness and attention to the senses. A double-circle of ...
Men, Power and Vulnerability
By Tom Fuller
Men, Vulnerability and Power By Tom Fuller, M.A.
I've been leading men's groups in Portland for two years and what continually keeps coming up is the topic of vulnerability. Sometimes I brin...
By Leah Hansen
Summer Came and Went, Experiencing a Lovely Indian Summer, Kids are back to School, Time to support your Immune System..... Before the Holidays (Helladays) arrive
There have been some ...