Quick Tip: Are you ready for Earth Day?

Posted by on Apr 18, 2017 in Careers, Health and Wellness, Meet Your Therapist

Many Psoas therapists love spending time outdoors, and it's no surprise. The well-being of our bodies depends on the environment around us. In celebration of Earth Day this year, we're bringing you some words of wisdom from nature-loving Psoas therapists David, Ginger, and Jenny. And through the end of April, let us know every time you donate money or time to an environmental non-profit. We'll give you 10% off your next session. 

Psoas Therapists Celebrate Earth Day

"I recognize and celebrate Earth Day as one way to bring awareness to our collective need to reduce the impact of consumption — so that future generations can enjoy the natural resources of a less polluted world. It's a day to relish the beauty and wonder of nature and reflect upon how we can harm it less and let it flourish. I've spent a lot of my life wandering these hills throughout the city, so hiking is my favorite pastime –both for nostalgia and good exercise. It's great for the mind and body (once you work your calf knots out) and the views are mesmerizing." – David Bacome

"Earth day is an important reminder that we have to protect what the earth gives us, and not take the air we breathe and the water we drink for granted. Walking in nature revives my spirit and makes me feel grounded again.  We are so fortunate to live in a beautiful city with all this nature around us to escape to." – Ginger Williamson

"I spend as much time outside in the woods and mountains as possible with my boyfriend Rocky and my dog Zula. We would be very happy to wake up in the middle of the wilderness every morning. Edward Abbey got it right when he wrote this about Arches National Park: 'A weird, lovely, fantastic object out of nature…has the curious ability to remind us – like rock and sunlight and wind and wilderness – that out there is a different world, older and greater and deeper by far than ours, a world which surrounds and sustains the little world of men as sea and sky surround and sustain a ship'" – Jenny Schaffhouser