For me, this is about the time of year that my New Year’s health goals start to contend with the weight of my old habits, and I start to lose focus on improving my health and vitality. Whether I’m taking care of one of my many responsibilities, or I’m trying to get to the next level on a phone game, it becomes easier to put off the time I need to work on my health. And I don’t think I am alone in this. I for one am going to work hard to make sure that 2014 is a year that realizes some positive change, and I encourage you to do the same. Whether it is a new exercise program, a re-commitment to an existing practice, a new outlook on diet and nutrition, or something else entirely now is a critical time that will decide whether we will create lasting change or add to our pile of delayed resolutions. Now, when we have lost the immediacy of our drive and the sense of possibility that comes with the turning of the new year, now is the time where we truly choose between old habits and new. Now, when the choice is the hardest to make. I invite everyone to take a moment to recommit to whatever health goals you have made for yourself, to make time to work on those goals. I for my part will use bodywork to support those goals in whatever way I can, whether it is easing anxiety from trying to kick an addictive food, or easing the achy soreness of a new exercise program, to helping heal and prevent injury. Best of Luck to us all!
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