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Posted: Oct 29, 2014
Have you ever had a gut feeling or butterflies in your belly when you were in love? Have you ever gotten so frustrated or upset that your stomach was in knots and you felt like throwing up your lunch? It goes without saying our gut and our mind are intertwined.  How we... Read More
Posted: Oct 24, 2014
Back in the ‘90s I was hired by Kirk Moore, exercise/fitness manager extraordinaire to work at Sports Club Company as an aerobic instructor. Who would think that nearly 18 years later I would still be working for this company?  There was a time when I taught about 16... Read More
Posted: Oct 16, 2014
Somehow, in the midst of editing a video, planning my 2015 schedule, as well as a wedding (yes, I’m engaged!), Chris and I managed to set aside 4 fun-filled days with my dear friend and her family Hilary, for a vacation at Disney. For anyone looking to take the family to... Read More
Posted: Oct 09, 2014
All three words do relate to one thing: how we perceive and sense things both within our body and the world around us. Recently a student of mine asked me about interoception versus proprioception. Well, this is complicated because there’s another word, exteroception... Read More
Posted: Aug 06, 2014
This past week I headed to one of my absolute favorite destinations: Red Mountain Spa in Ivins, Utah. The place is beyond a world-class spa, the staff is just amazing and accommodating.  This past week was no different. We captured an exclusive group of MELT Hand and Foot... Read More
Posted: Jul 21, 2014
Since I was a kid, I’ve felt vibrations in things when I touch them.  My dad told me I was weird and not to tell people about it. My mother took me to a neurologist and he offered to cut one of the nerves in my wrist to see if it would stop it. Thankfully neither of... Read More
Posted: Jun 24, 2014
Toronto, Canada is one of my favorite cities. Earlier this month I had the pleasure of spending time with one of my favorite Canadian ladies, Marilyn Denis! Today’s episode is my third time doing a segment for her show (though we have actually done four shows together,... Read More
Posted: May 28, 2014
As a native New Yorker I feel it’s my obligation after returning from a rollerblade in the divine Central Park, to write a blog about Central Park Etiquette. For those of you who have never been here, I must say it’s a city anyone should experience a few times over... Read More
Posted: May 28, 2014
Leanne Bourassa and Susan Shelton represent the Detroit, Michigan-area contingency of The MELT Method nation and both have a strong background in Pilates and have found ways to incorporate MELT into their clients’ lives. Leanne and Susan are both certified Stotts Pilates... Read More
Posted: May 22, 2014
Here's more about the science behind the segment I did recently on "The Rachael Ray Show," where I discussed the 50-Second Facelift: Collagen plays a very key role in maintaining our skin’s structure and tone. So we all want this to be as healthy as possible... Read More

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