Body, Mind, Spirit Magazine

Take Time to Ground Yourself?

By Intuitivepsychology @DocIntuitive

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When is the last time that you stopped in the middle of your busy day to take a breath…I mean a purposeful nice, deep, long, centering breath? Do it now, maybe? How does that feel? Good, right? So often we forget how easy it is to take just a quick moment to stabilize and calm ourselves. Of course we all know that life can be busy. We also need to make sure to remember that while we need to adapt to the speed of life, we also need to take the time to protect our own health and well being.  Come join the psychologist and the craniosacral therapist as we discuss strategies to calm and center ourselves in the midst of the rush of life. Learn new, easy-to-use skills to help keep calm and balanced no matter how busy your life gets. You know you deserve it…

Simple Grounding Strategies with “Sari Squared”:
Two Perspectives on Staying Grounded in the Midst of a Busy Life

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014 
Intuitive Psychology, PLC inside Lux Office Suites
Scottsdale, AZ

SARI ROTH-ROEMER, PH.D. A leading medical psychologist with over 20 years of experience and director of Intuitive Psychology PLC. Her innovative perspective on the role of psychology and the brain highlights the power of the mind, helping to teach people to listen more closely to their own intuition and find balance in their lives.

SARI LEWIS, OTR/L, RCST® With over 30 years experience working as an Occupational Therapist and 16 years practicing Craniosacral Therapy, Sari is interested in all areas that contribute to improved wellness and quality of life for her clients. She uses a variety of gentle manual therapy techniques and customized programs to facilitate calming in your tissues and nervous system. www,

Registration is $45 per person, with discounts for students and accompanying family members.
Reservations are required as space is limited.

Call and Register Today!

(480) 261-4061

Be happy and well,
Sari Roth-Roemer, Ph.D.

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