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Transitions

October 1, 2015

"Loss is nothing else but change,
and change is nature's delight." 
-Marcus Aurelius

 

 

As we transition in seasons, I bring news of change.

 

On November 29, 2015, I will be closing the practice in the Boston area.

 

My heart is heavy with sadness - for the end of moments, for the perplexing brevity of time - as I reflect on laughter and love with good company, endurance through hardships and growth beyond expectation. While I treasure my time in New England, I am reminded that there are many roads to travel in one's life, and nothing is permanent.  My heart is equally uplifted with hope for the future - bearing blessings for new opportunities, exciting new adventures, and lovely good company. 

 

I have been living in the Boston area since 2007, and have been in private practice since January 2013. This summer the practice saw a one-year 65% increase in growth.  Even more so, the opportunity to partake in the healing care of others has been an invaluable experience, leaving me full of gratitude. While there have been many rewarding moments, I am making a transition for personal reasons. I will be moving to California and relocating the practice to the Los Angeles area in the new year. 

 

From now until November 29th, I will see clients only on Sundays in Cambridge, as well as home visits on a limited basis. In this transition, I invite you to seek continued care from other providers. I will be sending information to ongoing clients with options for continuing treatment.

 

If you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at any time. I hope to still keep in close touch with the Boston community. I will definitely keep you all updated on future visiting educational workshops and yoga teachings. 

 

I thank you all personally for your time and the opportunity to partake in your healing. I wish you well in your own journey.

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