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Category Archives: Healing Spaces
Recently, I had a four-hour layover in Times Square. I was taking the bus up north to visit family, one of whom is critically ill, and my stress level was seismic. Times Square is not a restorative locale at the … Continue reading
As many of you know, my brother-in-law, Leif, is currently battling a rare form of cancer called mantle cell lymphoma. He’s young, formidably strong and has one of the healthiest lifestyles of anyone I know. We went up to Maine … Continue reading
As some of my wise friends point out, changing the face of healthcare is a quixotic proposition. It’s all very well to say that your doctor should be prescribing more massage than painkillers, that insurance should cover it, and that … Continue reading
Wouldn’t it be amazing if: • You could go to your doctor with severe pain, and she would write you a prescription for a course of massage therapy and other bodywork, which not only blissed you out, but solved your … Continue reading
As a visual artist, I have long maintained that one’s surroundings have a profound effect on one’s health, or lack thereof. I once founded a gallery in Brooklyn named ‘Healing Arts.’ Now a friend of mine, Kesha Bruce, is producing … Continue reading