by Michelle Dela Rosa, PT, DPT, PRPC
Kids and phone calls, cooking, and homeschooling...so where is the space to work from home? For some people, creating a proper work station at home has been challenging.
At Connect PT, we're seeing all kinds of issues from wrist pain to neck pain to low back pain and tailbone pain after making this transition. We cannot assume the table that we eat at is set up properly for zoom calls or studying. If you're still working from home, we want to help make the transition easier. Let's break it down:
by Karen Bruno, PT, DPT
Restrictions, social isolation, financial concerns and disruption to our “normal” have impacted everyone. Here is a short process to assist you in connecting inwardly and connecting with others to boost your spirit, lift your confidence, support your immune system and build resilience. Through connecting to our heart’s intelligence and guidance, we can practice caring and assisting one another to uplift, inspire and support ourselves and others.
Here is my intention for you: may you take good care of yourself; may you be happy; may you be full of love; may you be blessed with health and vitality; may you live a life of peace and harmony; may you experience true joy and fulfillment; may you be free from suffering of every kind; may you live your life with ease and grace; may you live your life to the fullest extent and may you share that with all others.
The following process is from the Heartmath Institute Global Coherence Initiative.
*Karen leads our individualized meditation program, which can be done in person or via telehealth.