Jordan is a licensed massotherapist and certified reflexologist, in practice since 1992. She studied at the New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts in Santa Fe and with Laura Norman & Associates in New York. Jordan incorporates energy and intuitive techniques in her work.
Jordan and her husband Dr. Michael Polsinelli work together at the Advanced Spinal Care Center.
by Jordan Brown, LMT
I listened to a podcast recently, whose host commented that, “We all know now that successful people pay as much attention to recharging their batteries as working on their goals.” Actually, I didn’t know that was established fact, but it got my attention. “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy,” after all. Pushing ourselves relentlessly to achieve can end up costing us in one way or another.
Most of us heap more on our plates than we can handle, only to wind ourselves up into giant balls of tension attempting to get everything done. In the end we may not accomplish it all as well as we had intended to.
A picture in my massage room shows a peaceful looking woman with her arms in the air next to the words “One day, she just let it all go.” People often pause and smile when they see it, as if suddenly considering that maybe they too could “just let go.”
When we allow ourselves space and breathing room, and time to just Be, a revived sense of purpose can gust through us. More efficient or better ways to do things can spontaneously occur to us.
In the words of Marianne Williamson, “Let go of your story so the Universe can write a new one for you.” Massage offers us a pause that allows us to recenter, reconnect and revel once again in the moment to moment unfolding of our life.
“I feel like all my muscles and bones are cheering and smiling! You hit everything! I’m just sitting here thinking about when I can come back.” ~Carol.T.