“Why do they lean this way?” I asked my father.
“It’s the wind,” he told me. “How would you like to be blown all year round for sixty years?”
I'm a dance/movement therapist in Jerusalem and Petach Tikva, offering one-on-one consultations and ExploreMovement workshops. I help women get back their ZEST by engaging the power of body-felt experience and emotion. firstname.lastname@example.org
Am I mean and nasty? A client asked me: “Are you mean and nasty to your children?” I seem pretty caring and interested in sessions. But is it for real? Maybe when the full moon appears I’m something like a Jekyll & Hyde. My client wants to know. Truth be told, children can drive parents right to the Read more
Blinded by the Light When you face the sun, how long can you keep your eyes open? When someone tells you they love you; or that you’re amazing; or that you’re talented, skilled, qualified, or special — for how long can you hear it? Take a moment. (It’s yours, after all.) Close your eyes and Read more
In the ninth grade, I was nominated by a teacher to be one of five representatives on a task force created by the city of Denver. The task force was an initiative to help lessen the “generation gap” and to prepare youth for leadership roles in the future. I was not interested in any leadership Read more
“In all honesty,” my husband said after a carefully worded introduction, “You’re about as jumpy as a frog on a plata.” That’s hot-plate in Hebrew. “Is everything okay?” When the phone rang, I jumped. When the bedroom closet shut a bit too hard, I jumped. When milk spilled, I jumped. Besides this, my jumps were often accompanied by a loud, Read more