Tag Archives: African American Health
The body is the nexus, the intersection of the self…thoughts, deeds and genes…crystalized into flesh and bone. Stretched, tightened, tucked, toned, nipped, cut, tattooed, lightened, burned, bleached, picked, pierced…no other part of the body is either loved or despised other … Continue reading
Bringing Diamonds From The Darkness: Learning to see in the dark.
We all know it and have intimate experience with it. Books and books are written on the topic and how to manage it. Institutes have been created to study it. Its effect is as all-pervasive in our culture as gravity, weighing … Continue reading
“Beloveds, as we come together in sacred space with our love, prayers and divine invocations for our brothers and sisters in Japan, it is important that we all stay healthy so that we may be sound vessels to transmit … Continue reading
What’s Not Talked About In The HealthCare Debate/Discussions: Access to Healthcare, Complimentary Medicine
Now that massage therapy and other wholistic health modalities have become more popular, some would say the massage industry has become saturated. In some cities and countries it has. A country like Dubai has one of the highest concentrations of … Continue reading