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Article in Raising Arizona Kids February 2014 Baby Edition
A Tiny Shift
Article in Greater Phoenix Jewish News
After a chat and demo, Marilyn Hawkes, contributing writer to the Greater Phoenix Jewish News wrote this article about my practice.
TIME Magazine 2013-What are You Thankful For?
Senator Mark Kirk told TIME magazine that he's most thankful for the 300,000 physical and occupational therapists in the U.S. TIME asked 15 public figures the question for a Thanksgiving piece. Senator Kirk had a stroke in 2012 and received occupational therapy as part of his recovery. article
I had the pleasure of doing a session with Cathy Shea in Kiental, Switzerland, June 2013. She is world-renowned for her expertise in colon hydrotherapy, and was teaching a course while I assisted a course with her husband Michael Shea, PhD. I wanted to share her beautiful note:
‘Sari’s touch is precise and profoundly gentle. I could feel an old tension pattern literally melting under her skilled hands. She holds a sincere intention of compassion that creates deep healing. Thank you Sari!' Love, Cathy
''Sari Lewis has one of the finest pair of hands I have ever experienced. I have asked her to assist me whenever possible in my teaching to share her gift of touch with as many people as possible.' Love, Michael
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Wow! A reference to a Craniosacral Therapy technique is in a mainstream movie!
Check out Owen Wilson's character inducing a 'still point' in this clip: It’s actually more like an “ahhh” than this dramatic depiction!
Little Fockers movie clip
The "Still Point" is a moment in time when the craniosacral rhythm comes to a halt - it may last a second, or many minutes. A "Still Point" is an indication that the body is making therapeutic changes, and is characterized by a reduction in bio-electrical activity. Many beneficial effects may occur during this point of stillness.
*The following is an article from Massage Magazine that describes some aspects of Craniosacral Therapy
This is the winning video created by an OT student to promote Occupational Therapy
Here is a site offering tips on basic meditation