Newsletter         Issue 2              March 6, 2009

In this Issue: 

  • Daylight Savings 
  • Neuromuscular reeducation- What is it really?
  • Massage Special
  • Osteoporosis article by Lisa Whaley
  • Upcoming Workshops
  • Being Balanced Tip of the Day
  • Quote of the Day

Daylight Savings Reminder

This is the weekend to spring forward an hour. 

pnf stretch

Neuromuscular re-education. What a mouthful and what is it, really?  Neuromuscular reeducation shows your stiff arm that you can REACH HIGHER than you realized.  Neuromuscular reeducation shows your painful back muscles that they CAN RELAX and feel something other than pain.  Neuromuscular reeducation shows your spasmed neck muscles that you CAN... Continue reading, click here.

Neuromuscular Massage special!

sports massageGet a 75 minute session for the price of a 60 minute session and we will reeducate misbehaving muscle patterns.  When scheduling your next session in the month of March, mention the special and we will allot the appropriate amount of time. 



Featured Guest Article by Lisa Whaley 

osteoportic boneMost people know that osteoporosis is a skeletal disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration in bone microarchitecture leading to bone fragility and susceptibility to fractures.  What most people don't know is that 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men over the age of 65 will develop osteoporosis.  Even more shocking is that of those people over 50 years old who break a hip, due to osteoporosis...  To continue reading, Click here

Upcoming Workshops

neck pain

  Free your Neck Workshop       

    2 Dates 2 Locations, Click to view the details.

Being Balanced Tip of the Day

chair twist        Two Minute Chair Twist 

  • While sitting (especially if your at your desk) place both feet flat on the floor.
  • Inhale deeply and lift up with your torso.
  • Exhale and turn to the side.
  • Place your hands on the back of the chair (or arm of chair depending on the shape and size of your chair.)
  • Again, inhale and lift up through your body.
  • On your exhalation turn your torso using your hands to revolve deeper. 
  • Come back to the center and repeat in the other direction.
  • Repeat again completing both sides twice.

Note:  Keep your chin in line with the center of your chest as you turn to avoid cranking your neck.  Also, keep both "sit bones" evenly pressing into the chair as you turn to avoid leaning to one side. 

Benefits:  This chair twist will release tension through your spinal muscles, reducing headaches, neck pain, and upper and lower back pains.   It will energize your body and focus your mind.  Twists are also great for detoxifying the organs which supports your immune system. 

Quote of the Day                                                                  

boat in the Ganges River

"Help your brother's boat across, and lo! your own has reached the shore."
-Hindu Proverb                                                                                                                       

Visit or call 303-575-1025 to schedule an appointment or sign up for a workshop.   To find a yoga class visit the calendar on the balanced being website by clicking here.  

If there is a topic you would like to see in the newsletter of have any feedback, please contact Kelly at 


Kelly Moore


To be excluded from future mailings, click here.