Archive for the ‘Nia’ Category

May My Life Be My Prayer

This past weekend was quite an auspicious one as the last time my birthday fell on a Saturday prior to Labor Day was in 2004 – the first time I was invited to be on the Wise World Seminars staff as one of the entraining chiropractors.  I’ll never forget Donny Epstein, the developer of Network Spinal Analysis and Somato Respiratory Integration, calling me at home and asking me how I would feel about working on my Birthday.  I jumped up ...Read more

Testimonials

"Dr. Brian was my first introduction into Network Care and it just made sense to me. The benefits have been both physical and emotional. Whether it's singing clearly, breathing deeply, or noticing sensations on one side of my body, the treatment has been so powerful.  Brian is kind, trusting, and very nurturing as he guides me through the journey of care.  My kids have loved seeing Dr. Brian - Maura's reaction the first time was "I want to go back and do that again!" It seems no matter what age or what needs a person may have, Brian is able to meet you where you are and bring about positive, supportive change.  Network Care has been life changing and I can't imagine life without it"

Sarah K. – Dover, NH

Let’s Jam!

29
Sep
Let’s Jam!

When the word "jam" is mentioned around our house, it is likely we are not referring to the sweet, fruity variety that comes in cute jars.  In Brian's case, "jam" is the weekly event where he gets to bang on the drums and play music with a creative and talented rotating cast of characters.  In my case, "jam" is a tradition in the Nia community where a group of local Nia instructors get together and lead a special class that raises money, usually for a local organization or a recent world event.  In fact, ...

20
Aug
Get your Nia on!

It's pretty common these days to see or hear some variation on the idea that 'life is about the journey and not the destination.'  And I agree.  I like to think that my feminine nature is totally on board with going with the flow, appreciating the present moment, stopping to smell the roses.  Yet this morning, as I sit and sip my Earl Grey and count off in my mind the number of threads that are hanging out there in the cool summer breeze that need to be pulled in and woven together to create the ...