"Looking forward to attending Water-Based Intervention for the Musculoskeletal Client: An Aquatic Therapy Primer in Minneapolis this weekend and getting a physical therapist's insight into aquatic therapy."
Indeed, My Dear! I spend a lot more time on here than I do on Linked-in. I just met a lot of these folks on my trip, and it was so cool to put them all together. I see that you are commenting with Julia Hayes-a truly warm soul! Gloria, too!
Good Morning Sulis, Thank you it is great to be back on the site. I changed PC's and lost all of my site info and favorites so starting over is somewhat stressful. Being in the water for a massage for me would be like being in the wonderful womb all over again.
Hi Sulis, Great to meet you. I have started to read through the content on the sites that you have posted. Really wonderful work. Have you read Theodore Schwenk's book : Sensitive Chaos? Highly recommended - also the work of Viktor Schauberger. Herewith a pic of Bruvel - Reminds me of the tour of the minnow.
Dear Sulis - Thanks so much for your kind note. I used to work at The Crossings Wellness Spa in Austin and several of the therapists there offer Watsu. Some day would love to go to Germany and study waterdance. Wishing you the very best in your ongoing success in your worthy and valuable contributions to the world through your healing art. Warmly, Ariana
NOt being a LMT, what got you interested in Watsu? How did you get into it? Did you go to Harbin Springs? I do understand about Cal. and it's "regulations" or lack there-of. You sound so interesting to me! I LOVE anyone who has been in the water for training!!! smile, smile.
Thanks for your comments to my site. Yes, I have known Andrea for YEARS. She (like me) are aquatic therapists from MANY years ago. We are considered to be in the family of "Aquatic Pioneers"...........now having worked in Aquatics for 45 years!! Welcome to our world!!!! Peace, Julia Young Hayes