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Posted: Aug 19, 2013
This is the first weekend since June that I have been in my own home. My June and July travel destinations spanned across the US and into Canada. I have so many things to share, so many experiences and information I want to write about I am not sure where to begin. Amazingly, my... Read More
Posted: Jul 18, 2013
I've just returned from a week in Toronto doing events and trainings. I've been home for 48-hours and am already off again to Chicago and next week I will begin a 3-day immersion for the general public on the MELT Method book. I’m currently reading over the history forms of the... Read More
Posted: Jul 06, 2013
Over the past decade, I’ve worked with many people, mostly women who suffer from Fibromyalgia. For decades the disorder was believed to be a psychosomatic disorder. I’ve had women tell me their doctor said it was all in their mind. This often times leads to more stress and... Read More
Posted: Jul 03, 2013
How does a body remain upright and stable as we age – or better yet, why doesn’t it? Why is it that no one ever complains about getting taller as they age?  Why is it that we lose space, mobility, stability, and our common senses as we age? All great questions, seemingly simple... Read More
Posted: Jun 30, 2013
I’m on a train headed towards Denville, NJ to see my dear friend and colleague (not to mention an amazing MELT Instructor), Hilary Bilkis. Her two sons Seth and Josh have adopted me as their “Aunty Sue”. I feel honored to have the title. Her husband Michael makes ridiculously... Read More
Posted: Jun 24, 2013
After the MELT Method book was published, I’ve had the opportunity to meet many new people and travel to places I’ve never seen. I’ve also been privileged to be on a number of TV shows from Dr. Oz and Access Hollywood to local news. But one show I’ve now returned to is a... Read More
Posted: Jun 24, 2013
It’s summer. How’d that commitment to your spring diet go? Still battling the bulging belly? Sometimes people go to some extremes dieting and actually do everything that could in fact inhibit the ultimate goal, having a flat belly. Sometimes it’s not just what you eat but how... Read More
Posted: Jun 24, 2013
It’s summer! Time to put on your flip-flops, strappy sandals, and take barefoot walks in the sand and next to the pool. Your feet have been in regular shoes for months so, now’s the time to let those toes spread out! However, for many people this foot liberation can cause the... Read More
Posted: Jun 24, 2013
That’s a fancy word. Atherosclerosis and its various forms represent the massive number of deaths from fibroproliferative diseases. In addition to cardiovascular disease, lung, liver, and kidney studies of pathologic fibroproliferative processes in vasculature is growing every... Read More
Posted: Jun 24, 2013
In my first level of MELT Instructor Training I talk about how the protective cell wall can adapt to resist the uptake of toxicity or virus’ by building a cholesterol layer around the cell that resists the uptake of fluid and molecules. This struck a cord with a few folks in... Read More

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