Call Us Today 505 466 4108

Articles by Amadea

Polarity Therapy, what is it? Could it be useful for you?

Polarity Therapy was born in the mid 1900’s under the inspiration and insight of Dr. Randolph Stone. Its potential rebirth is being celebrated in New York City this June 20 – 23. Some of the best Polarity Therapy teachers in the country will gather on Long Island for the Renaissance for Polarity Conference 2019. This blog…

Read More

Nature is alive in us. And we are alive in Her.

Nature is alive in us. Last week I looked out the window toward the sky in the northeast. Through the tall pines, clouds rolled by steadily. There were two small clouds in the middle of a patch of blue, being guided along to the east by the large mass of clouds circling them. It gave…

Read More

Let It Be About Love

In this week of pink hearts, let it be about love. Here’s an opportunity to expand beyond our limited sense of who we are to a deeper kind of loving kindness. Who among us has a life that looks like the second (successful?) half of a romantic comedy? Life is much messier than this. Don’t…

Read More

Deeper Sleep: 11 Tips from Amadea

Discover 11 ways to create deeper sleep on a regular basis in your life from Ayurveda and Polarity Therapy, including food, movement, marma, and common sense. These tips originated as I was working with Cate Stillman in her Cleanse earlier this year: Get enough exercise. A 20 – 30 minute brisk walk (or whatever you…

Read More

3 Tips to Support Majja, the Nervous System and Fascia

What is Majja? In Ayurveda, our nervous system and connective tissue have a special connection. They are both considered components of Majja, one of the seven essential tissues for life, the dhatus. What is Majja? It is our ability to communicate with all of our senses through the nervous system. It is the capacity to…

Read More

Making Lemonade in the Summer of 2018

Do you struggle to get out of the house to work on time? This morning my husband Gord was wrangling with the empty glass jar of lemonade he used for sustenance yesterday. He’s a carpenter and yesterday he was tearing out walls in 90 degree Farenheit plus heat here in New Mexico, as his partner…

Read More

What Does Mining the Dhatus Mean?

First, what is a dhatu? A dhatu is not an island off the continent of South America, lost in the fog over the ocean between Ecuador and the Galapagos. It is not one of the cute sun hats worn by little kids in a playground south of the center of Patzcuaro, Mexico, playing under their…

Read More