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
There is a sweet spot between taking risks and the comfort zone.
Often we stay safe within boundaries that we set for ourselves at the expense of experiencing life to the fullest. To function at our best, we all need to get out of our comfort zone periodically, but not to the point where anxiety then overwhelms us.
“Good stress” has us on our toes, thinking clearly and functioning at the top of our game. Too much of a good thing, however, can cause performance to suffer. Some of the ways we may experience stress overload include memory impairment, emotional reactivity, and inability to take action. On a physical level anxiety can lodge in muscles, create headaches and stomachaches, or disrupt other bodily functions.
Learn to recognize when stress is paying off and when it is not. Taking time to recharge your batteries within your comfort zone, allows you to get back to life’s challenges with renewed vigor.
“You reset the joyful button!” ~Barbara G.
“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.