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Comment Archives: stories: Arts & Culture: Body & Soul

Re: “Oaks, Oxygen, and the Apocalypse

Wow!! The only way I would miss this would be that I fell down a flight of stairs split my head open was having major brain surgery and so deeply under that not even the "BIG ONE" shaking things up knocking me to the floor couldn't even wake me up. It's about time someone had the insight to go into Berkeley and bring "IT" out in handcuffs... "THEATRICALLY BUSTED!"

bEzERkeLEY born raised and PROUD!
Capt. M.T. Punkazoid

Posted by Chief Cook and Bottle Washer on 10/21/2009 at 9:44 AM

Re: “Sonic Boon


Great article. Do you know about these Sanskrit books?

http://www.YogaVidya.com/freepdfs.html

Posted by Brian on 10/09/2009 at 10:21 AM

Re: “Sonic Boon

excellent article. berkeley is on the front line of so many rediscovered traditions. thanks for covering this project of healing and self-discovery through music.

Posted by miko on 10/07/2009 at 12:09 PM

Re: “Wind, Water, Clutter

Nice article! I've been following Mira's Examiner column. She's got great tips & tricks on a lot more than feng shui too.

Posted by Matty Song on 09/17/2009 at 7:52 AM

Re: “Floor Model

Congratulations on your empowering classes Leslie and drawing attention to a major health care problem no one wants to talk about . Pelvic floor dysfunction has a high personal cost to women and last year cost $26 Billion in North America. Your classes obviously take the time to let women identify how their pelvic floor muscles work - so many practice Kegels incorrectly and keep reinforcing an incorrect action. If women are taught to train their abdominals in isolation (sit ups), it may lead to incoordination between core and outer abdominals, causing PF muscle dysfunction.
Lets keep talking about the pelvic floor until the stigma and mystery is removed and women freely share correct information about these amazing muscles which control continence, assist with spinal support and sexual sensation.
Mary O'Dwyer
Down Under Physical Therapist
www.holditsister.com

Posted by Mary O'Dwyer on 07/30/2009 at 12:36 AM

Re: “Brush and Push

You can also get info and RSVP at: www.bit.ly/pdberk
-Zach Pine

Posted by Zach Pine on 06/11/2009 at 3:55 PM

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