I wanted to share more about crystals and how they are used in my sessions. This video describes how I work and takes you through a sample session.
As promised in the last newsletter, I wanted to share more about crystals and how they are used in my sessions. The best way I could think of to do that was to create a video about it. So, over the past week, I filmed a session with a client and then had to learn all about video-editing. The editing of the video probably took 15 hours. Most of that was spent learning the software; hopefully, that duration will get shorter the more I practice editing. I've always wanted to be able to say or write, “Check out my video on ____.” Indeed, sometimes it's a struggle for me to explain in a nutshell everything going through my head when being asked about the different services I offer.
I hope you are faring well. We made it through to the first phase of our coming back online, and I am sure you could really benefit from a relaxing massage!
I am reopening after receiving a letter from the American Massage Therapy Association. The Board has given Licensed Massage Therapists the go-ahead to commence seeing clients in health-care settings. The letter states:
"The Maryland Department of Health has issued an Amended Directive stating that Licensed Massage Therapists working in Health Care Facilities may reopen."
I hope that you are staying safe, catching up on some Zs and maybe doing household things that you've put on the back-burner. These are indeed crazy times.
You might be wondering whether it is okay to come in for bodywork therapy. Massage and energy work help your body's immune system, in addition to relieving stress.
I've been immersing myself this month in a four-week Mediumship class in Manassas, and will be taking a nationally accredited crystal class in March. Five years ago, I would have thought that I sound like a student at Hogwart's. But now I realize that I am in a major transition, both personally and professionally.