Peter discusses the hands-on manual therapy modality New Manual Articular Approach, developed by French Osteopath and Physical Therapist Jean-Pierre Barral. Peter shares a patient case study, explains how he incorporates New Manual Articular Approach evaluation and treatment to facilitate optimal results in his patients.
In this video, Peter discusses the range of patients that will benefit from Visceral Manipulation therapy – from pediatric to orthopedic patients and beyond. Peter also discusses why and how Visceral Manipulation enhances his effectiveness as a manual therapist.
Have you heard of “Blue Zones”? This is a term used to identify select (five) regions/communities around the world where people have greater longevity. It’s fascinating stuff, and researchers have dedicated extensive study to offer an explanation as to why these populations live such healthier and longer lives. This recent NPR article offers a very […]
The myriad benefits of meditation have been proven time and time again (see below for some links to clinical/scientific studies). But, no matter where you are in a meditation practice – just starting out, wanting to get back into it, or are seasoned – consider giving yourself the gift of some guided meditations for inspiration. […]
A breakfast-approved, healthy “chocolate milkshake” — need we say more? Recently came across and decided to try this Garden of Life grainfree protein, and we are loving it. Organic, very pure, superfood- and nutrient-dense, satisfying/feels good (filling and no gurgly or unsettled stomachs here) AND actually tastes good (even just shaken up with water and/or […]
After sharing this photo of a morning cup of matcha green tea on Instagram/Facebook, I received several questions about preferred brands and the “whys” of matcha. After sending a few individual responses, it seemed worthwhile to share more information here! As for the myriad benefits of matcha, they include: It is an undeniable powerhouse of […]
Here’s a recipe that transforms bruschetta by deconstructing it and turning it into a salad. All of the deliciousness plus added nutritiousness. One of my go-to bruschetta recipes is a concoction of tomatoes, olives, beans, greens and some herbs and seasoning (oil, vinegar, pepper, salt). But you can only get so much of that on […]
As Hanukkah comes to and end and Christmas is just around the corner, you may be scrambling for some last minute gift ideas. A thoughtful do-it-yourself (DIY) gift can be just the thing. More time may afford you the ability to make a handmade treasure like a knit hat or scarf, but whether or not […]
The holidays can be a wonderful time of year, brimming with happiness and love. And yet for many reasons, it can also become a particularly emotionally charged (positive and/or negative) or stressful time. Between obligations, year-end work demands and more, it can be easy to get caught up in doing all of the things you […]
Maybe you’re still feeling a little full post-Thanksgiving. Maybe you have chilly-weather sniffles. And/or maybe you just love warming, nourishing delicious soup. No matter the reason – this is the soup to make, now. Beautifully murky miso soup is a favored offering at Japanese restaurants, but don’t wait until you’re out to eat to have […]